Trevor is a Montreal-based actor, director, and playwright / composer. Upon graduating from John Abbott CEGEP’s Professional Theatre program in 2011, he founded the award-winning Kaleidoscope Theatre Montreal and has directed their ten productions including four of his own musical creations. As an actor, he has performed with the National Arts Centre, Centaur Theatre, Repercussion Theatre, MainLine Theatre, Geordie Productions, Talking Dog Productions, Persephone Productions among others. Trevor currently teaches at the Montreal Children’s Theatre and Geordie Theatre School and serves on the Quebec Drama Federation’s Board of Directors and the Montreal English Theatre Awards Committee.
Based in Montreal, Jonathan is a multidisciplinary artist whose work spans from theatre to opera to musicals. Recent credits include: Million Dollar Quartet (Sudbury Theatre Centre & Thousand Islands Playhouse, Sam Philips/music dir.); Last Night at the Gayety (Centaur Theatre, chor.); The Producers (Segal Centre, Roger DeBris/chor.); Bluenose (Black Theatre Workshop, chor.); Le portrait de Manon, L’heure espagnole (Opera McGill, dir.); Into the Woods Jr., The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Segal Centre Academy, dir.). Jonathan also provides choreography for the Segal Centre’s Annual Fundraiser and the award-winning Lyric Theatre Singers.
A performing-arts educator, Jonathan has been on the faculty of Opera McGill at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University since 2010, acting as Acting Director of Opera Studies during the 2014-15 and 2017-18 seasons. Jonathan also teaches musical theatre classes at St. George’s High School, the Segal Centre Academy, and has a very busy private voice studio. In January 2017, Jonathan was featured by the Montreal Gazette as the theatre artist to watch, for his work as both an actor and a choreographer.
Melissa Kay Langille
Melissa is pleased to be part of this exciting project and to make her stage management debut at the Segal. Recent credits include Progress! (Infinithéâtre), Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Stage-Play (Rustwerk Refinery), Punk Rock (Beautiful City Theatre), Mutement (We Say So Ltd.), Macbeth Muet (Fille du Laitier), Damn Those Wedding Bells (Pellegrini Productions) and Battered (Infinithéâtre). In addition to the One Hit Wonders, Melissa is also stage managing Big Shot (Theatre Surreal SoReal) at Théâtre Prospéro in April. When she isn't stage managing, Melissa pursues her interests in technical theatre.
Sabrina is a set, costume and puppet designer based in Montréal. Recent Montréal credits include production design for Bluenose (Black Theatre Workshop), It’s A Wonderful Life (Geordie Productions' annual fundraiser), costumes and props for The Halloween Tree (Geordie), and production design for the English translation premier of I'm Not Here (Composite Theatre) which travelled to Toronto for SummerWorks 2016.
She took part in Black Theatre Workshop’s Artist Mentorship Program for the 2015-2016 year, and through this did a design apprenticeship with the Segal Centre. She is a graduate of the University of Victoria's Theatre Design program. See more of her work at sabrinamiller.ca.
Sabrina has designed shows ranging from Shakespeare to large-scale musicals to intimate new works. Despite this, she is always humbled by the enthusiasm and dedication that all volunteers bring to the theatre community.