Cassie Wilson is an actor, singer, and dancer living in Northern Ontario, currently finishing her final year of the Acting for Stage and Screen Program at Canadore College.
Cassie has been able to develop her skills through performance and has been afforded the opportunities to play such characters as Lady Markby in An Ideal Husband, Moragh “Moo” Macdowell in Moo, Florence Unger in The Female Odd Couple, Kristine in Miss Julie, Therese in Crackwalker, R.C in Bug, and Escalus in Measure for Measure. Cassie also has a passion for film - she starred in the short film Night Terror at Humber College in 2018.
Wilson is a multifaceted young artist trained in singing, dancing and voice- over performance. Cassie is delighted to be performing in All in the Timing, the culmination of her performance education and ecstatic for the chance to put her full efforts into the pursuit of professional work and a life in the arts.
Matty Board (they/them) is a non-binary student in their final year of Canadore College’s Acting for Stage and Screen Program, currently residing in Northern Ontario. An actor, writer and perfectionist at heart, Matty gives their very best in everything they do.
Matty’s acting credits include Mr. Fox in Narnia, the titular character in Hedda Gabler, Lady Chiltern in An Ideal Husband, Carmen in Infinity and Snoopy in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Matty also has experience as a Stage Manager and enjoys working both on and off the stage.
Matty has an increasing interest in voice acting, and plans to peruse Voice-Over work for both Film, Television, Animation, as well as Video Games. Matty is also an avid writer of screenplays, stage plays and the occasional short story, loving the thrill of horror, the adventure in fantasy and all things macabre. Matty is both eager and excited to let this passion serge through all facets of their creative expression.
Myah Dougan is a young actress and dancer finishing her final year of studies at Canadore College in Northern Ontario. Initially, Myah’s dream was to be a professional dancer but after being exposed to theatre in high school, she fell in love with acting and her goals shifted.
Myah has played Feste the fool in Twelfth Night, a punky Tinker Bell in a reimagining of Peter Pan, Alonso in Fuenteovejuna, and a suave Prince Escalus in Romeo and Juliet. Throughout her time in college, Myah has enjoyed roles such as Agnes in Bug, Mrs. Cheveley in An Ideal Husband, Wynn in The Long Weekend, Dee in I am Yours, Sarah in Moo, and Jill in Tough.
With eight years of competitive dance under her belt, Myah possesses the fundamental discipline required to take advantage of all opportunities that the Acting for Stage and Screen program at Canadore College has given her. With every class comes new insight into further branches of performance and, day after day, Myah continues to find herself falling in love with each one, becoming increasingly excited for her future.
Tessa Barton is soon to be a graduate of Canadore College’s Acting for Stage and Screen Program. Previous scene study credits include Bug!, Wrong for Each Other, Laughing Wild, Miss Julie, Hedda Gabler, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Tim Squire is an actor and musician born and raised in Northern Ontario. A student in his final year at Canadore College’s Acting for Stage and Screen Program, Tim has always had an avid love for performing and has let that love influence everything he does.
Tim’s previous roles include the depressed ex-rocker Gavin in Why Aren’t You Happy (2018 On-The-Edge Fringe Festival), the titular character in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, and the sly Judge Brack from Hedda Gabler.
Tim’s passion for acting is matched only by his love of music. With the bulk of his time spent indulging in these loves - be it creating original music, reading plays and classic works, or having a camp-fire jam session with his friends and family - Tim prioritizes being in a creative space. A burgeoning poet at heart, Tim’s talent is in looking at things in an abstract light. It is through this lens that Tim is so thrilled to continue his exploration into the deep and differing dynamics of both film and theatre performance.