SUNSTAINABLE. ENGAGING. COMMUNITY. ART.
COMPANY: Buttered Ghost Theatre &
Am 2 Productions
CAST & CREW:
Grahame Kent – Performer/Writer
Andrew Taylor – Performer/Writer
Katelyn Polischuk – Performer/Writer
Johanna Arnott – Performer/Writer
Danielle Roy – Performer/Writer
FROM: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
From the teams behind Dr. Frightful, The Photocopier, Southern Dandy 75 and Peach comes a brand-new horror play created specifically for the digital stage. Join them as they push the boundaries of digital theatre to create a truly spooooky experience. Keep your eye on Buttered Ghost Theatre’s Facebook and Instagram for more updates!
Get to know the cast & crew
Grahame Kent: A Saskatoon-based theatre artist, Grahame wears a lot of hats (metaphorical but also literal); working as a performer, writer, producer, designer, director and stage manager.
You might have seen Grahame under the sea as Capt. Nemo in Nautilus!, being a villain in Southern Dandy 75, or being the strong silent type in Dr. Frightful Presents: A Frightful Hour or Dr. Frightful Presents: Dead Air (For which he won a SATAward for sound design). Grahame is an active member with The Sketchy Bandits and a part time Dungeon Master.
Grahame also wrote a Western Musical with Amanda Trapp called West of Nowhere: A Western Western that will be showcased at this festival through SPC! Check it out on August 4th
Keep an eye on your podcast listening device for Dr. Frightful Presents: A Podcast coming soon! Check out more at grahamekent.com
Andrew Taylor is a writer, actor, producer, puppeteer and musician based in Saskatoon SK.
Writing credits include: Nautilus! (Buttered Ghost Theatre), Southern Dandy 75 (Otto Helmut Productions, Live Five) ** Nominated for ’Outstanding Original Script’ (SATA’s) and awarded ‘Best in Venue’ (Saskatoon Fringe)**, Dadventure (Wide Open) and co-writer of Two Corpses Go Dancing (Two Unruly Gentlemen Theatre, Live Five) -**awarded 5 SATA’s in outstanding Ensemble, Direction, Musical Direction, Lighting and Set Design**
Katelyn Polischuk (she/her) is a musician, actor, and writer residing on Treaty 6 territory in her hometown of Saskatoon. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s theatre and English departments, and an alumnus of Persephone Theatre’s Kinsmen Young Company. Katelyn is passionate about horror, and excited by the possibilities that the recent surge in digital theatre can provide for the future of live performance. She is thrilled to be a part of the team bringing you this very spooky story. More about Katelyn can be found on her website: katelynpolischuk.com
Johanna Arnott (she/her) is a Saskatoon-based theatre artist who works primarily as an actor, writer, and stage manager. Select theatre credits include: Short Cuts 2020 (actor), The Winter’s Tale (actor; YXE ShakesLab), The Wolves (actor; littleBIG Theatre & Evilstick Productions), The Penelopiad (SM; Ferre Play Theatre), and The Born Again Crow (SM; THUG Work Theatre). Johanna began her live streaming journey in mid-March when she pitched the idea to The Sketchy Bandits; this has since become a weekly show called Into the Writer’s Room. Johanna spent countless hours experimenting with streaming technology she had no experience with, pioneering digital theatre in the Saskatoon scene. Johanna continues to experiment, innovate, and create in this form.
Danielle Roy is an actor, director, producer, playwright and instructor based in Martensville, Saskatchewan. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan Bachelor of Fine Arts Drama Program (2011), and the Globe Theatre Actors Conservatory Program (2014). Danielle is the founder of Gumshoe Productions, a theatre school based in Martensville that empowers youth by educating students in the process of creating and performing theatre arts. Danielles most recent work in the fringe includes The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path (Embrace Theatre/Theatre Howl), Dr Frightful Presents: A Frightful Hour (Buttered Ghost) which featured both Danielle’s acting and her playwriting skills ‘Knox & Groan’. Danielle also wrote and directed Peach in Saskatoon’s 2016 Fringe. Keep an ear peeled for her play 51 Pumpkin Patch Lane in Dr. Frightful Presents: A Podcast.