Who's Who at TotoToo


TotoToo is first and foremost "community" theatre.  The company has been privileged to have so many creative, energetic and talented folks: playwrights, directors, actors, production crew members and board members.  

If you have volunteered with TotoToo in the past in any capacity, you're part of the family.  Send your photo (head shots only) and a short bio to volunteers@tototoo.ca  The album wouldn't be complete without you!



Aronovitch, Lawrence - Lawrence's Toto Too credits include acting in William and James; Jigsaw Confessions; Remembering Shanghai; and The Laramie Project - 10 Years Later. Lawrence also wrote Toto Too's first commissioned play, Galatea, and was Artistic Director in 2009-2010 (Happy Birthday; If Love Demands Foundation This is Me Burning It; The Laramie Project - 10 Years Later; and Come back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean Jimmy Dean) and a member of the board (2007-2010).


Beck, Gregory





Bernard, Marc-Andre





Bowden, Caroline




Cleveland, Janne - Janne joined TotoToo in 2009, first as the narrator for the staged reading of "The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later". Following that she directed "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean" in 2010 and "A Fateful Meeting of Les Femmes Fatales" by the talented local playwright, Mary Harvey. Janne has taught theatre and dramatic literature at Ottawa U and Carleton University since 2002, and is currently traveling the world in search of new adventures. She continues to support the mission of TotoToo from afar.


Collins, John





Connors, Douglas - Actor -- Douglas is an enthusiastic and versatile (no pun intended) performer who was cast as Wayne in the hilarious balcony scene of Toto Too's 2009 production of David Blue's Happy Birthday and as the lead character, Matt, in the 2010 production of Brad Fraser's powerful drama Martin Yesterday. An avid supporter of Toto Too, Douglas looks forward to his next opportunity to lend his talents to the company.




da Silva, Alex




Grant Dolan

Dolan, Grant - Grant has been working on and off stage since the late 80’s and feels the rush of performing is as great as working behind the scenes and enjoying the finished product. Grant first worked as set designer and set builder for Toto in the summer of 2008 on the highly successful Memoirs of a Single Gay White Male, followed with Kilt in 2010, and Martin yesterday in 2010 . Grant started his own business in 97, Dolan Interiors, which keeps the creativity flowing on a daily basis.

Bruce Ecroyd



Ecroyd, Bruce





Monique Ecroyd


Ecroyd, MoniqueMo has been volunteering with various community theatre groups in Ontario and Quebec since she caught the bug as a teenager. Her previous credits with Toto Too Theatre are as the props mistress for "Kilt" and as the set dresser and props mistress for "Martin Yesterday" which were both staged in 2010. She has also been a volunteer with other theatre groups in the Ottawa area such as Orpheus Musical Theatre Society, Tara Players, Savoy Society, East End Theatre and Kanata Theatre in various departments such as stage management, props, photography, set construction, set painting and as a dresser. She and her husband Bruce are portrait photographers as well.




Evenchick, Lawrence






Ferguson, DavidOne of TotoToo’s founders, it is David’s vision and determination which gave life to this theatre company with the launch of its first production, William & James, in March 2007. Over the years that followed, David contributed his talents as Artistic Director, which further extended to directing and/or acting or working as part of the production crew in many productions, among them William & James (2007), Theatrelife (2007), Jigsaw Confessions (2008), Kilt (2010) and Martin Yesterday (2010).



Ginley, Tim






Harvey, Mary - Mary's first experience with TotoToo was on stage as 'Esther' in Jonathan Wilson's 'Kilt' in 2010. She then worked with the Board to coordinate and direct public readings for the three original plays selected for the 2011/12 season, one of which she wrote. Mary's play 'A Fateful Meeting of Les Femmes Fatales' played on Labour Day Weekend 2011.




Lachapelle, Alain





Leclaire, John







McKenzie-Chapman, Seamus Artistic Director, February – August, 2012. Seamus embodies creativity and boundless energy. In addition to his function as Artistic Director, he played the role of Jim in Mary Harvey’s “A Fateful Meeting of Les Femmes Fatales” (2011) and directed the TotoToo production of Richard Marquis' “Other Eyes” (2012).

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McNabb, Jim - After retiring as the Head of Drama at Canterbury High School, Jim has focused more on his own acting and directing. He directs the annual NAC Cappies Gala and performs and directs at Ottawa Little Theatre. He directed Jigsaw Confessions and a workshop production of Galatea for Toto Too and a production of The Women for Act Out Theatre. He writes student Study Guides for GCTC and sits on the Board of the newly inaugurated Ottawa chapter of PAL (Performing Arts Lodges).


Morin, Tim






Mosely-Williams, Bradley






Reynolds, Jesse - A native of Ottawa, Jesse has been performing since he could speak. Practicing theatre from a very young age, to studying it professionally at Humber College in Toronto, Jesse has acted in numerous theatrical productions over the years including Daniel MacIvor's award winning TotoToo production 'The Soldier Dreams' and Fassbinder's 'Blood on the Cat's Neck'. Since college, Jesse has also ventured into the world of lights and cameras and has starred in a number of independent films including Brett Kelly's 'Dead of Winter' and 'Iron Soldier'. Jesse often works as video host and event emcee for anything from nightclub events and fashion shows to grand store openings. Most recently, Jesse can be found hosting the hilarious web-based talk show on YouTube titled 'Zero to Jesse'.


Richardson, Craig







Stephenson, Bob




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Tower, Michael - Michael first became involved with TotoToo as the Costume Designer and Dresser for "Kilt". He then went on in these capacities for the productions of "Martin Yesterday" and "Others Eyes".  Michael currently chairs the reading committee that recommends material for future Toto Too productions and will be the stage manager for "Confessions of a Mad Drag Queen".



Turcott, Mitchell







Washer, Paul


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