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Jordana Kujavsky & Benjamin Warner

Jordana's love for the stage has been life-long, first introduced by her multi-talented Bubby, a professional singer and dancer, and fostered through her own passion for theatre and performance. A lawyer by education, Jordana is now a professional in the marketing and social media world and runs her own lifestyle blog on the side. She is also proud to be serving her second year on the Executive for the Segal Centre's Young Leaders. Jordana is currently acting out her biggest role in life as Mommy to two beautiful little ones who keep her very very (very) busy. Thanks to her wonderfully supportive husband, Mitchell, she continues to perform in local community theatre productions. 


As a musical theatre performer and singer/songwriter, Benjamin has been on stage his entire life. He is a producer as well, which makes him incredibly happy and proud. He studied film and video production for six years during his post-high school education in Montreal and now pursues both filmmaking and performing as his full-time career. In his spare time he loves to exercise, play Dungeons & Dragons with his friends, and rid Gotham City of the criminal filth that infects its streets. (Don't tell anyone about that last part though, ok?)

Trevor Barrette


Trevor Barrette is a Montreal-based actor, director and playwright / composer. A proud graduate of John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre program (2011 Pamela Montgomery Award and 2008 Carla Napier Scholarship), Trevor recently studied Drama and Classics at the University of Toronto. In 2011, he founded the award-winning company Kaleidoscope Theatre Montreal and has directed their nine productions, including a Canadian Premiere and four of his own musical creations. Selected theatre credits include: Actor: Innocence Lost: A Play about Steven Truscott (National Arts Centre / Centaur Theatre), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Repercussion Theatre), The Halloween Tree (Geordie Productions), To Be (Persephone Productions), The Rocky Horror Show (MainLine Theatre) and The Tin Can People (Diana Productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Director: Captain Aurora: A Superhero Musical (Wildside Theatre Festival), Captain Aurora II: A New Dawn (Montreal Fringe Festival / Shortstanding Festival (workshop)), Ond (SMC Troubadours, 2015 Robert Gill Award), Coma Unplugged (assistant director, Talisman Theatre) and The Art of Arousal (Annual MainLine Gala for Student Drama, Best Production); Choreographer: Little Shop of Horrors, Oklahoma!(JAC Theatre Workshop), Into The Woods, Marathon ’33, St-Carmen of the Main (JAC Professional Theatre), Hairspray!, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Gypsy (WISTA). Trevor is on the Quebec Drama Federation (QDF) Board and the Montreal English Theatre Awards (METAs) Committee. He is thrilled to be back directing this year's musical fundraiser after last year’s The 70s Rock On!

Nick Burgess
Nick is a graduate of McGill University and holds a postgraduate certificate from The Royal College of Music in England. As music director, his Segal Centre credits include: Soul Doctor, Tales from Odessa, The Pirates of Penzance, The Wise Men of Chelm (Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre); Guys and Dolls; Lies My Father Told Me (Associate Musical Director); In Transit (Wandering Stars). Nick has been music director for both Bialik High School Theatre for the past 11 years and at Akiva School for the past 5 years.
Jonathan Patterson
Based in Montreal, Jonathan is a versatile director & choreographer. Some recent credits include: Last Night at the Gayety (Centaur Theatre, choreographer); Speed Dating Tonight! (Opera McGill, director); The Last Five Years (Toronto Summer Music Festival, director); Danny Boy (Theatre Paradoxe, director); Actéon (Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal, director); and Souvenir (In Your Face Entertainment, director). Jonathan is also an equally versatile performer who has worked throughout North America. Selected acting credits include: Il Trovatore, Die Zauberflöte (Opera Lyra Ottawa); West Side Story (Neptune Theatre); Koko in The Mikado (Janiec Opera Company, North Carolina); Terrence the Terrible Tapper in Captain Aurora: A Superhero Musical (Kaleidoscope Theatre); Smudge in Forever Plaid, Mr. Mell in The Play’s the Thing, Harry Y. Esterbrook in Inherit the Wind and the Pirate King in The Pirates of Penzance (Segal Centre). Jonathan will next appear as Roger De Bris in the Segal Centre’s production of The ProducersAs a performing-arts educator, Jonathan has been on the staff of Opera McGill at the Schulich School of Music since 2010, serving as Acting Director of Opera Studies during the 2014-15 season. He also teaches musical theatre classes at St. George’s High School, the Segal Centre Academy and has a very busy private voice studio.

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 Miller

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

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.

Beanduck Productions 
Beanduck Productions is the brain baby of creative companions Julian Stamboulieh and Benjamin Warner. Formed in the summer of 2012, Beanduck works with corporate and artisitc clients alike, adapting to the varied needs of its clientele. From commercial advertisements and technical tutorials to music videos and documentary filmmaking, there is no challenge within the art of motion pictures too great for Beanduck to undertake.


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