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Tyler Burns was accepted into Neptune Theatre’s intensive Pre-Professional Training Program in 2009. Since then, he has been working in film, television, and music. Tyler’s recent work includes hosting the children’s show “Woot”, producing web show “Offset”, recording an EP with New Art Records, and playing the role of “Gordon Marks” on the CBS film “November Christmas”.
Sara Campbell is a graduate of the Neptune Theatre’s Pre-Professional Training Program and has taken additional training in Gaulier Clown, Lecoq Movement, Physical Theatre, and Puppetry. Her stage plays include The Importance of Being Earnest (Dartmouth Players), The Ash Girl (Neptune Theatre), and Women In White (Theatre Antigonish). She has taught in university, junior high school and elementary school, and is a certified yoga instructor and published poet.
Mike Chandler is a Halifax-based actor, writer and musician who has worked in theatre, film, television, and radio for more than ten years. Mike is a former member of the Fish 'N Tackle Playback Theatre improv troupe and created sketch comedy with the Skitwits and A Duck or Two. He has performed in productions by DaPoPo Theatre, Taboo Theatre and Vile Passéist Theatre (VPT), among other companies. He has a particular interest in work that promotes social activism.
Sarah D. McCarthy is a Halifax-based actor, who began acting at age 11 in her hometown of Liverpool, NS. She continued acting until she reached university age, when she obtained a bachelor’s degree in art history (sociology) from Queen's University. She was soon drawn back to the stage and today, Sarah is part of the "Once Upon a Theatre Collective" and enjoys working on both sides of the camera.