“If I matter at all, first you talk to me.”
“How’s that for categories.”
“Who do you think you’re going to find in Bangkok, or Bombay?”
“Nothing happens when we talk.”
Kristen Harris is a Canadian actress whose recent work includes Channel Zero, The Pinkertons, The Exorcism of Molly Hartley, and The Choking Game. Other work includes The Gabby Douglas Story, Bunks, Flashpoint, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, Less Than Kind, The Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story II, Men With Brooms, We Were Children, Beethoven Saves Christmas, Wrong Turn IV, Lucid, House Party, Taken in Broad Daylight, Maneater, and Category 7: The End of the World.
Kristen won a Best Actress ACTRA award, and Best Actress in a Drama at the Vancouver International Film Festival for her performance in Shelagh Carter’s Passionflower.
Kristen studied comedy improv at the Groundling Theatre in Los Angeles, voice performance at the University of Toronto, and film acting in Winnipeg, Canada.
Darcy Fehr made his onscreen acting debut in Guy Maddin’s The Cock Crew (1997) and has performed in over 60 productions in film, television and live theatre since. Recent television and film credits include, Before Anything You Say (2016), Juliana and the Medicine Fish (2016), and Considering Love and Other Magic (2016).
Beginning his career as a stage actor, Darcy returned to the theatre over the last few years receiving critical praise for his performance as “George” in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (2014) and “Rupert Cadell” in a stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope (2013). In 2014, Fehr won the ACTRA MB best actor award for his performance in Euphoria (2013) and in 2012 he was nominated for the ACTRA MB best actor award for his work in Passionflower (2011).
Over the span of his career, he has worked numerous times with Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin, most recently in the critically acclaimed feature film, Forbidden Room (2015).
John Bluethner has been acting in theatre and film for over 40 years. He has appeared at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Calgary, the National Arts Centre, Stage West and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. His film credits include The Haunting in Connecticut, The Lookout, A Dog’s Purpose, A Face in the Crowd, Trench 11, and Passionflower as well as TV series such as Cashing In, and Falcon Beach. John shamelessly overacted dressed in tights in The Pinkertons episode The Play’s the Thing.
John is a bilingual actor (and translator) and has performed many times for Winnipeg’s French theatre the Cercle Molière. He currently teaches at the Université de Saint-Boniface in the heart of Winnipeg’s French quarter.
Toni Reimer is a Winnipeg based actor, working primarily in theatre. Her recent credits include The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble, Mission: Munschpossible (Prairie Theatre Exchange), Richard III, A Stripped Down Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare in the Ruins), and Danny, King of the Basement (Manitoba Theatre for Young People).
Toni has been an ACTRA Manitoba council member for the past 5 years and currently holds the position of secretary.
Graham’s first foray into acting was in the mid-eighties with the Rude Players, a company which created plays using the Mike Leigh method, via the Hull Truck Theatre. For many years he was a member of avant-garde company Adhere & Deny, and continues to work with founder Grant Guy. Perhaps his biggest mark in theatre has been with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s Master Playwright Festival, having appeared in such successes as The Wedding, Glengarry Glen Ross, Jumpers, Some Kind of Love Story, Village Wooing, and Private Lives, the last of which earned him Best Supporting Actor in the Winnipeg Free Press season roundup.
In film and television he has played neo-Nazis, delusional marathon runners, Don Cherry’s speech coach, Alan Pinkerton’s old underground railroad compatriot, and John Ashbery’s seedy bathing man. He also appeared for a single second in a Sparks video, which, as a 40-year owner of Kimono My House, tickles him.