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Noelle Hannibal

Noelle Hannibal was born and raised in Los Angeles. After making her professional theatre debut playing Chrissy in the 20th anniversary production of Hair, Noelle moved to Dublin, Ireland where she starred in Lock Up Your Daughters (Hilaret) and toured with The Bull Alley Theatre Company. After her return to Los Angeles, Noelle appeared in Chicago (Velma Kelly), Gypsy (Mazeppa) and Miss Saigon (Gigi) to name a few. Film and television credits include Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Voyager, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Cracker: Mind Over Murder. She has trained with The Beverly Hills Playhouse, The San Francisco Mime Troupe and renowned vocal coach Ron Anderson. Noelle currently resides in Montreal, QC where she is very active in the theatre community. Noelle is not only a performer, she is also a producer, coach and director. Passionate about arts education, Noelle is also executive director of T3 Triple Threat, a non-profit arts and education organization that is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth in need through the arts.
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August 7, 2014

Tara Bissett was always interested in the arts. Born in Montreal and raised in Montreal, Ontario and the US, her parents encouraged her from an early age to involve herself in art classes and choir in school. Having traveled overseas just after high school, Bissett returned to Montreal for university and has remained ever since. Bissett was shy as child, so although she loved the idea of theatre, she was too shy to go out for lead roles or solos and instead performed in the ensemble, keeping herself in the background. She focused primarily on the visual arts, eventurally earning a degree in Fine Art.
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June 13, 2014

Anisa Cameron was born to be in showbiz. Born in New York, but raised under the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip, Her grandmother was a Rockette, her father was the lead singer of the Folies Bergere at the Tiffany Theatre inside the Tropicana and her mother, a dancer, was a chorus girl who worked her way up to company manager. Says Cameron, 'Vegas in the 80's was, and still is, a place where performers can have a modicum of stability. You can raise a family, own a home and basically live a normal life. Excpet you're working nights. [You can] still have all of the amenities of community and family, without the stress of wondering where your next gig coming from or how you're going to raise your children.' Cameron and her brother, a dancer, were more or less raised backstage at the Tiffany Theatre. Although their parents begged and pleaded, both chose to pursue a life in the arts.
WISTA Brings HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING to Montreal TonightWISTA Brings HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING to Montreal Tonight
January 31, 2014

Following its record-breaking Montreal premiere of LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL in February 2013, seen by over 1000 Montrealers and their performance in June 2013 of the classic, award-winning musical GYPSY, WISTA (West Island Student Theatre Association) is proud to bring the hilarious musical satire, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING to the West Island of Montreal.
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Following its record-breaking Montreal premiere of LEGALLY BLONDE: THE MUSICAL in February 2013, seen by over 1000 Montrealers and their performance in June 2013 of the classic, award-winning musical GYPSY, WISTA (West Island Student Theatre Association) is proud to bring the hilarious musical satire, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING to the West Island of Montreal.
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The First Edition of the Montreal English Theatre Awards (METAs) were held Monday night at the Rialto Theatre. Approximately 230 of the English theatre community attended this formal event. Awards were presented to professional, independent and community theatre companies.
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In Your Face entertainment's production of Jacques Brel IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS marks the show's bilingual premiere in Montreal. The show opens tonight, March 14 and runs through March 24 with evening performances Wednesday through Saturday and matinees on Sunday.
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A Conversation with Jordan Marchand of the Hudson Music ClubA Conversation with Jordan Marchand of the Hudson Music Club
March 6, 2013

Jordan Marchand has been a musical theatre performer for a relatively short time, but his career is on the rise. I sat down with Marchand to discuss his past experiences and his upcoming role in the Hudson Music Club's OKLAHOMA, opening March 6 at The Hudson Village Theatre.
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Following an engagement in Montreal's Theatre St-Denis, the touring production of ROCK OF AGES is now on stage in Ottawa thru March 10 and next lands in Toronto from March 19-24 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. BroadwayWorld sat down with Dominique Scott, who plays 'Drew' in the show, to talk about his life and work, and his journey to ROCK OF AGES.
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February 6, 2013

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BWW Interviews: Calli Armstrong Talks Beautiful City Theatre and their premier production, GODSPELL, opening January 24BWW Interviews: Calli Armstrong Talks Beautiful City Theatre and their premier production, GODSPELL, opening January 24
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When you first meet Calli Armstrong of Beautiful City Theatre (BCT), you are instantly taken with her openness and passion. The arts have been a big part of Armstrong's life for as long as she can remember. She has always been drawn to something in theatre that has to do with self expression and connection with other people. That is one of the reasons she co-founded BCT.
GUYS AND DOLLS et al. Set for Centre Segal Theatre in 2012-2013GUYS AND DOLLS et al. Set for Centre Segal Theatre in 2012-2013
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The Segal Centre for Performing Arts has announced its program for the 2012/2013 season. A wide range of events covering theatre, music, dance, film and educational and community programs will celebrate diversity, creativity and excellence.
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March 21, 2012

English musical theatre is alive and well in Montreal and it's surrounding areas. The Hudson Music Club (HMC), in it's 60th anniversary year, presents 42ND STREET. HMC is a non-profit, volunteer based organization dedicated to bringing quality musical entertainment to Hudson and the surrounding Montreal area. This club is one of the few community theatre groups in the entire Montreal area that is devoted 100% to English language Broadway musical theatre.
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A story of loss and longing is brought to light in the world premiere of Morris Panych's In Absentia now playing at the Centaur Theatre.