JACKIE MCCORMICK - STAGE MANAGER FOR LUNENBURG BY NORM FOSTER
Jackie is excited to be making her debut with Cow Patti Comedy Dinner Theatre, after talking about the possibility of Stage Managing with AnnaMarie Lea for many years! Currently based out of Ottawa, Jackie has spent 14 years Stage Managing with Upper Canada Playhouse in Morrisburg, Ontario on over 35 productions. Favourite productions include Anne, Bedtime Stories, A Christmas Carol, Having Hope at Home, Bob's Your Elf, Everything I Love about Christmas, Hilda's Yard, and Boeing, Boeing. Other selected stage management credits include The Penelopiad (St. Lawrence College), Feelgood, Skin Flick (Theatre New Brunswick), Leading Ladies (Victoria Petrolia Playhouse) and Skin Flick (Lighthouse Festival Theatre).
DEBRA HALE STARS AS NATALIE IN LUNENBURG BY NORM FOSTER
Debra is returning to Cow Patti Comedy Dinner Theatre for a third Norm Foster show. She previously swung a golf club in THE LADIES FOURSOME then in 2018 played 3 different women in HERE ON THE FLIGHT PATH. This past year she premiered WHERE YOU ARE with the playwright as her daughter, no pressure there! She enjoys working with CPTC (of course!) and Upper Canada Playhouse in Ontario where she’s worked with LUNENBURG’S director, Donnie Bowes, in several shows including: A BEDFULL OF FOREIGNERS, HOTBED HOTEL, THE AMOROUS AMBASSADOR, THE SENSUOUS SENATOR (I’m sensing a theme!) PERFECT WEDDING and LUNENBURG by Norm Foster.
JAMIE WILLIAMS STARS AS CHARLIE IN LUNENBURG BY NORM FOSTER
Jamie is thrilled to have once more been invited back to Cow Patti Theatre. Lunenburg by Norm Foster marks his fourth venture in Lacombe, previously he was seen in Boeing,Boeing , Don’t Dress For Dinner, and Wally’s Café. A professional actor for the last 28 years Jamie has performed all over the country from the Neptune in Halifax, N.S to the Stratford Festival and the National Arts Centre in Ontario; from the Citadel in Edmonton, A.B to Theatre Northwest in Prince George, BC. Upper Canada Playhouse in Morrisburg, Ontario remains close to his heart, having performed in over 20 productions there and it being the place where he first met and worked with both Donnie Bowes (director of Lunenburg and other Cow Patti Comedy Dinner Theatre productions) and AnnaMarie Lea (CowPatti’s very own artistic director).