Kyle Bailey, Liam, is a Toronto based actor and writer. He is a graduate of York university’s acting conservatory, and has been working steadily in Toronto on both stage and screen. Most recently you may have caught his cameo as Sam Bernstein in Storefront Theatre’s production of Tough
Jews. As for film and television; Kyle can be seen on SyFy’s Bitten, and had a guest starring role in CBC’s Heartland. Kyle is proud to be making his fringe debut in Letters to Annabelle. He would like to thank his parents for their constant support, and his sister who inspires him daily.
Vanessa Trenton, Maggie May, has trained at HB Studio (NYC), Pro Actors Lab, and Dalhousie University. Selected Theatre: Hangman (Storefront Theatre); Julius Caesar Project (Spur-of-the-Moment Shakespeare Collective); Macbeth (Wolf Manor Theatre Collective); The Little Flower of East Orange, Sonnets for an Old Century (Column 13); Transit Diaries (Toronto Fringe). Past member of Carlos Bulosan Theatre’s Play Creation Unit, Nightwood Theatre’s Emerging Actors Program & Young Innovators Lab. Co-organizer of FEM Script Lab, a script development workshop series for female screenwriters. Many thanks to Yehuda & Stevie for the privilege of playing Maggie May.
Alexander Thomas, Louis-Andre, Has trained with the Stella Adler Studio, and the Meisner technique with Richard Pinter. Credits: HANGMAN -by Jason Maghanoy- (Store Front Theatre, Toronto) *THROW PITCHFORK (Off Broadway: New York Theatre Workshop) (Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca, NY (Thespis International Monodrama Festival- Kiel, Germany) ON THE WATERFRONT (West End London, UK: Theatre Royal Haymarket) (Nottingham Playhouse, UK) (Edinburgh International Festival) (Hong Kong Arts Festival) OPUS, THE WHIPPING MAN, AFTER ASHLEY, SUNSET BABY, BROKE-OLOGY: (Kitchen Theatre) UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA (English Theatre Berlin, Germany) THE GOAT OR WHO IS SYLVIA? (Actor’s Repertory Luxembourg) His play SCHWARZ GEMACHT (Made Black) – developed out of research into the lives of black German citizens during the Nazi Era – was produced at English Theatre Berlin in 2014 and returned in 2015.
Anne van Leeuwen, Annabelle, is the co-founder and Artistic Director of Leroy Street Theatre. She received her Bachelor of Drama from Bishops University, and in 2012 successfully navigated a year of training with New York’s prestigious Circle in the Square Theatre School. Some of her favourite roles include: Marge in Tough Jews (Storefront Theatre/Spadina Gang *Dora Nomination), Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (Unit 102/LST), Thin in Out At Sea, Romeo in The Deliverance of Romeo and Juliet, Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (LST), Hermoine in The Winter’s Tale, Sarah Goodwin in Time Stands Still, Connie Dayton in Come Blow Your Horn, Anne Deever in All My Sons (OLT). Anne would like to thank the cast and crew of the production, and her family and friends for their constant support.