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Survival of the Spookiest: An Interactive Monster Match

COMPANY: PeachPit Productions

Sam Fairweather: Ensemble
Kaylub Sinclair: Ensemble
Sammy Ramsay: Ensemble
Kaelee Dyck: Ensemble
Danica Tempel: Ensemble
Kyler Bueckert: Ensemble

FROM: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

The Show

In the era of reality TV shows like Survivor and The Bachelor, The Survival of the Spookiest is an elimination-based game show that changes every time it’s played! The audience helps the actors choose the direction of the story and become storytellers themselves in this all-ages, kid-friendly production. Come watch some outrageous monsters battle it out to be the last monster standing. PeachPit Productions is proud to live and work on Treaty 6 Territory.

Audience: All Ages
Genre/Style: Interactive Comedy  
Warnings: N/A 
Duration: 35 minutes
When? 2:00pm August 1 & 8;
7:00pm, August 3 & 6
Where? On your lawn!
Click here to view the full festival program

Get to know the cast & crew

Sam Fairweather is elated to take on the producing role for the first time with Survival of the Spookiest and is so grateful to 25th Street Theatre for providing artists with a chance to work in 2020. Sam convocated in 2018 with a BFA Honours in Acting from the University of Saskatchewan and a B.Ed in 2020. She is also a five-time world qualifying Irish dancer, which is where she developed her passion for performing. Recent acting credits include The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare Lab), The Wolves (Little/Big Theatre; EvilStick Productions) The Romeo Project (The Studio)Girl in the Goldfish Bowl and Season’s Greetings (Greystone Theatre) as well as stage managing credits The Beaux Stratagem (Greystone Theatre) and Footloose (SSP). Sam has two dogs and a cat, all of whom she loves very much. (she/her)

Kaylub Sinclair is super stoked to be a part of this production. Kaylub is currently working on his last year of his BFA in Acting, then he will focus on his Education degree! He enjoys writing, beatboxing, and mapping out celestial plains. He is one of the freshest and coolest emerging artists in Saskatoon and his acting abilities are jaw-dropping. Oh boy, you guys are in for a real treat. (he/him)

Sammy Ramsay is a Saskatoon-based theatre artist. She holds her BFA Honours in Acting from the University of Saskatchewan. Recent theatre credits include The Beaux’ Stratagem (Greystone Theatre), The Romeo Project (The Studio), and Rooftops (DSA Productions). While her main focus is acting, she also loves teaching theatre school and has recently discovered a love for playwriting. Sammy is so grateful for the opportunity to bring theatre to audiences during this uncertain time. She would like to thank her family friends for all of their love and support. (she/her)

Kaelee Dyck is a Saskatoon-based actor. She is extremely excited to be a part of such an amazing and creative team during this uneasy time. She is grateful for the opportunity given by 25th Street Theatre and hopes that everyone has a safe and fun summer! (she/her)

Danica Tempel: Hey, all! I am an emerging artist and playwright based in our very own Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. I’ve been creating theatre with the YXE Fringe Festival for the past 4 years and it’s been a blast every time! I’m very excited to show you that I’m still just a kid at heart who loves all things creepy and abnormal. I hope you have as much fun watching the show as we did putting it together! (she/her)

Kyler Bueckert is beyond stoked to be given the opportunity to create art in such interesting times. Having graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BFA (High Honours) in Acting, Kyler now spends much of his time watching movies, listening to music, taking pictures, and finishing up his Education degree to spread his love of the dramatic arts to the next generation. You may have seen him in Season’s Greetings, The Beaux Strategem, Spirit Wrestler (Greystone Theatre), or Big Sip (Bearded Brothers). Kyler’s favorite monster movies include: The Thing (1982), The Fly (1986), and Nosferatu (1922). (he/him)