Radio Theatre Take 2

Sorry, Wrong Number

by The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts at Central Memorial High School | Mulloy Cast

Presented by

The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts at Central Memorial High School

The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts at Central Memorial High School Presents PVA Radio Theatre Productions - Take Two | June 1, 2021. Audiences can access all 10 episodes by visiting www.pvaperformance.ca. Pay what you can.
Thank you to Roan M and Kevin Scott for the poster

Thanks to our photographers Jasmine Paige G and Erin S-K

Sorry, Wrong Number

 

One wrong dial can lead to a world of trouble.  For Miss Elbert Stevenson, she is only trying to call her husband at his office, but when a wrong number is dialed, she overhears a nefarious plot to harm an innocent woman.  Will she be able to save this mysterious victim or fall prey herself to the tangled web of phone lines and dial tones?

Julianne S:  Operator
Olivia B:  Chief Operator / Woman
Alexa G:  The Man in Black / Sergeant Martin
Kennedy Rhodes:  Mrs.  Stevenson
Jayson K:  1st Man / Western Union
Oakley M:  George /Information

DIRECTED BY: PAUL MULLOY
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: LEN SIMON
SENIOR PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: SAM A
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: TRINITY CHASE
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT:  JUSTYN N
SOUND ENGINEERS: BROCK M, CAM M
SOUND FOLEY: CARL F & KATE L

Thanks in advance for paying what you can to help offset the expenses of our radio plays!

Cast
& Crew

Julianne S

Julianne S

Operator

Julianne has performed in Billy Elliot and Christmas Carol (Theatre Calgary), Mary Poppins and Miscast (Storybook Theatre), Broadway Dreams (Theatre Calgary), and Les Miserable (Artstrek Summer Theatre School). In 2019, Julianne joined the senior member of The Young Canadians of The Calgary Stampede. Julianne enjoys singing both classically and also musical theatre, dancing in all genres, and playing various instruments. Julianne wishes to thank all of the teachers, PA, and everyone behind the scenes, who made this possible!

Olivia B

Olivia B

Chief Operator / Woman

Olivia discovered the exciting but difficult world of acting and technical theater in the sixth grade. She has done backstage and technical work for shows such as Alice Through The Looking Glass and Beauty And The Beast. She now is a part of the technical theater and PVA acting class at Central Memorial high school. She has acted in shows such as Beauty And The Beast (Silly Girl/Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dreams (Helena), 13 The Musical (Cassie). Olivia wants to thank her amazing teachers for supporting her passion for theater.

Alexa G

Alexa G

The Man in Black / Sergeant Martin

Alexa Gabriel is a Grade 12 student at Central Memorial High School, attending the drama course in the PVA (Performing and Visual Arts) Program. She has attended the drama portion for only one year, and she enjoys it very much. Her past two years consisted of being in the Choir portion. Before Central and PVA, she has had some theatre and stage experience in the past. Through grades 5-9, she attended Youth Singers of Calgary where she got opportunities to sing, dance, and act onstage. She played a character that was the opposite of her personality named Countess De Mir in her junior high play, No Body to Murder. She enjoyed playing the character and making it come to life.

Alexa has had some other stage experience in her past that aids her ability to be confident onstage and in the soundbooth, those experiences being baton performances and pageant competitions. She still does pageantry to this day, outside of school. She loves to draw ever since she has been able to hold a pencil and her love to perform is huge. She hopes to be an actor for Film & Television one day in the future. Currently, she is still drawing on the side, studying finance and different languages to pass the time.

During the rehearsals of the play “Sorry, Wrong Number”, she had a wonderful time voice acting and trying out different styles with her voice. Experiences she has never had before. Alexa has had some difficulty, but she still took advice from her teachers and peers in order to improve her performance and work with her team efficiently. Alexa thanks her teachers and guest teachers as well, who have become her mentors, in taking her in the Drama program and aiding her into becoming successful in her endeavors. She would like to thank her peers, who have become her friends, who have inspired her and helped to make her final year at Central enjoyable. And lastly, Alexa would like to thank her parents, who have always inspired her and motivated her to reach for her dreams.

Kennedy R

Kennedy R

Mrs. Stevenson

Kennedy is an eighteen-year-old amateur actor who enjoys adding a little zest to musical theatre productions. She has previously studied theatre at Calgary Arts Academy and is currently honing her skills at The Center for Performing and Visual Arts at Central Memorial High School (PVA). In PVA Kennedy is studying Theatre Arts and the PVA Strings program. She has been involved with Mamma Mia!, Mean Machines: Don’t Let it Happen To You, This is a War Amps Key Tag and other upbeat productions. Ever since Kennedy was a small child, she has had the dream of being a marine biologist. She is excitedly anticipating the day that she goes to the University of Victoria and live on the coast, where she can study to her little heart’s content. Kennedy thanks her family for their endless support in her various endeavours. She would also like to thank Michelle Crimmins, Paul Mulloy and Kelly Goutsis for both giving her all of the tools she needs to one day become something great, and for putting up with her caffeine-fueled antics in the mornings.
Jayson K

Jayson K

1st Man / Western Union

Jayson is always trying to be a good story. Through his writing and performing alike, his goal has always been sharing the sometimes hidden parts of life that matter. Since he was little, he’s used acting as a way to escape being just one person, and fill the shoes of other characters, even if his shoe size isn’t very big. He currently attends Central Memorial High School, where he’s constantly learning new ways to share his voice. He’s acted in shows such as The Laramie Project and Contractions, and can’t wait to share his work in Sorry, Wrong Number. He works his way around multiple forms of art, earning awards in musical theatre, singing, and poetry, and is currently waiting for a poem of his to be published in a book. He’s proud to share his experiences and life story on stage and is excited to prepare for the next challenges ahead.
Oakley M

Oakley M

George / Information

Oakley Has been pursuing theater since the age of six performing in at least one production a year for the past ten years. Oakley studied theater at Calgary arts academy from grades one to nine and is now enrolled in the central memorial PVA program in theater. In the last year, Oakley has worked with such artists as Christian Goutsis and Christopher Duftie and plans on continuing his education in theater at central memorial high school.

Directors

Paul Mulloy

Paul Mulloy

Director

Mr. Mulloy attended UVic and York University where he studied vocal performance, theatre and education. In 2000, before making the leap into education, Mr. Mulloy worked as a stage actor. Most notably, he performed on Broadway in the 1989 revival of Shenandoah. Further, he acted in a number of international touring productions including Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera where he performed the role of the opera manager, Andre. Across Canada, Mr. Mulloy has had the privilege to perform with a variety of theatre companies including Theatre Calgary, the Canadian Opera Company and the Shaw Festival. Mr. Mulloy was a nominee for the 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award. He enjoys his work and considers himself fortunate to be part of the PVA team at Central.

Len Simon

Len Simon

Technical Director

Len Simon is extremely excited to be the Technical Director for these Radio Plays with the PVA Program at Central Memorial High School. These plays have added a fun new twist to the technical demands of the Technical Theatre Program at CMHS. Our student technicians have fully embraced their new roles and accepted the challenges of creating stimulating aural experiences for our audience members. Len is grateful to once again work with these talented students of the PVA Theatre Arts Programs, our amazing Guest Artist Christian Goutsis, and exceptional colleagues Michelle Crimmins and Lee Lancaster, to take on the new challenges that these play have brought. Len hopes that you enjoy listening to these plays as much as he has enjoyed helping to bring the technical elements together to make them happen.

Trinity C

Trinity C

Assistant Director

Trinity is an aspiring actor currently based in the Calgary area. She has had the opportunity to act in Workshop Theatre Society’s, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie as Monica and Central Memorial High School’s, A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Hippolyta. She started her acting journey at Trinity Christain School’s drama club and is currently attending Central Memorial High Schools, Performing and Visual Arts program. To continue her acting career she will be attending the Vancouver Acting School, she hopes this education will help her pursue a career in the film and television industry. She is ready to dedicate her entire focus to furthering her future and supporting herself. She hopes to continue with many of her hobbies such as reading and writing. As an aspiring actor Trinity knows what it is to put in the work and dedicate everything to her projects. Trinity thanks her parents and Charlotte Loeppky for helping her realize her amazing passion for acting.

Tech Crew

Sam A

Sam A

Senior Production Assistant

Over the past three years, Sam has worked in Central Memorial’s Oliver (Run Crew), Shakespeare’s Dog (Usher), The Vengeful Corpse Radio Play (Production Assistant and Editor), Mars is Heaven Radio Play (Editor), and The Veldt Radio Play (Foley Artist). He has also helped at various events around Central Memorial such as Dance Central and pep rallies. Outside of tech, Sam is heavily involved in theatre and acting and has been accepted into the Acting for Film and Television program at the Vancouver Film School starting October of 2021. He would like to thank Mr.Simon for teaching Sam everything he knows about tech.

Brock M

Brock M

Sound Engineer

Brock Muncks’ interest in sound design and sound engineering began when he saw the movie Munich By Steven Spielberg. Since then the has realized the importance that sound plays in the viewing experience of movies and other media. This has been Brock's first experience as a sound engineer and he has also begun to familiarize himself with the editing process. Mr. Simon has been an incredible and thoughtful mentor through Brock’s learning curve. Brock’s hope for the future is to gain an internship at the Bioware game studio in Edmonton. Brock would like to thank his parents for making it possible to attend Central Memorial High School and attend the PVA program.

Cam M

Cam M

Sound Engineer

Cam is a Sound engineer for this semesters radio plays he was previously apart of the backstage crew for Suessical and is enjoying learning the differences between radio plays and regular plays.

Justyn N

Justyn N

Production Assistant

Justyn is a Grade 12 student in the Theatre Arts PVA Program and Technical Theatre Program at Central Memorial High School. He worked as the Senior Production Assistant on all the Radio Theatre episodes this season. At Central, Justyn is also involved with the Vocal PVA Program and Concert Choir. Throughout his high school choral career, he has sung five different vocal parts. His technical credits include The Horse and His Boy (Assistant Stage Manager). His acting credits include Anne of Green Gables (Mr. Buote), Oliver! (Ensemble), and Into the Woods Jr. (Rapunzel’s Prince). 
Carl F

Carl F

Sound Foley

Carl Favell realized she enjoys the technical side of theatre when she was eleven after assisting a teacher with the lighting and set design of a play. She started working on other plays throughout junior high, so she was very excited to learn that there was a Tech Theatre class she could join when she transitioned from middle school to high school at Central Memorial High School. She took on the role of Foley Artist, both this semester and last semester. Carley would like to thank her teacher Mr. Simon for helping her learn more about the technical side of theatre and her Grade six teacher for getting her interested in tech in the first place.

Kate L

Kate L

Sound Foley

Kate first got into tech theatre after taking an elective in junior high, where they first learned about foley. After acting in a radio play the previous semester, Kate was excited to join tech theater in semester two. Kate took on the role of foley artist and is excited to see the radio plays come to fruition. Kate would like to thank their foley partner, Carl, and their parents for supporting them throughout the entire process.

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