|2005: Sept 20-24, 27-30, Oct 1||Drinking Alone|
|2010: March 23 - April 3, 2010||Postmortem|
|2000: November 15-18 & 21-25||To Forgive, Divine|
|2002: Jan 30-Feb 2 & Feb 5-9||You Can't Take it With You -II|
|2003: May 28-31 & June 2-7||The Snow Ball|
|2009: February 3 - 14||Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun|
|2012: May 15-19 & 22-26, 2012||Romeo and Juliet|
From the program for Drinking Alone.
GERRY THOMPSON’s (Director) many accomplishments include;
directing Drinking Alone for Lakeside players earlier this year,
director for Out of Sight, Out of Murder and co-director for To Forgive, Divine, both for Kanata Theatre. He has been an assistant stage manager, and provided set construction and painting for several local theatre groups. Sound design projects include Kindertransport, The Madwoman of Chaillot, Aladdin and Over the River and Through the Woods for Kanata Theatre as well as Private Lives for Lakeside Players. He has also appeared onstage in the Kanata Theatre productions of You Can’t Take it With You and The Snow Ball.
From the program for Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun:
From the program for Postmortem:
GERRY THOMPSON (Director) is pleased to be directing at Kanata Theatre once again. He directed Drinking Alone by Norm Foster a few years ago. He has also appeared on stage as the doctor in last year’s production of Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun also by Norm Foster. Postmortem is a great play which features an important figure in early 19th century playmaking, William Gillette, and Gerry is proud to be an integral part of this production.
From the program for Romeo and Juliet:
GERRY THOMPSON (Montague, Apothecary) is excited to be acting in his first-ever Shakespeare play. He has appeared on stage in Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun, You Can’t Take it With You and The Snow Ball. Gerry directed Drinking Alone and Postmortem for Kanata Theatre and was assistant director for Kindertransport, Out of Sight… Out of Murder and To Forgive, Divine. Production roles include sound design, construction and set painting for Kanata Theatre and other local community theatre groups.