Mark Bazerman

Acting Credits

1997: November 1997 Much Ado About Nothing
1998: May 1998 The Miss Firecracker Contest
1999: May 1999 The Madwoman of Chaillot
2000: Mar 22-25, Mar 28-Apr 1 Kindertransport
2001: March 21-24 & 27-31 Departures & Arrivals
2002: Jan 30-Feb 2 & Feb 5-9 You Can't Take it With You -II
2002: May 29-June 1, June 4-8 Rumors
2002: September 18-21 & 23-28 The Wild Guys
2003: February 5-8 & 10-15 I Hate Hamlet
2011: Sept 20-24, Sep 27-Oct 1 West Moon Street
2012: May 15-19 & 22-26, 2012 Romeo and Juliet

Production Credits

Construction Assistant Departures & Arrivals
Set Painter Dangerous Obsession
Private Lives
Lighting Assistant A Midsummer Night's Dream
Dresser Pack of Lies
Stage Crew A Flea in Her Ear
Night Sky

From the program for You Can't Take It With You:

MARK BAZERMAN (Paul Sycamore) has performed in at least one production each year since he joined Kanata Theatre in 1997, starting as the miscreant Borachio in Much Ado About Nothing. He most recently portrayed a variety of characters in Departures and Arrivals and in Kindertransport, and was also in The Miss Firecracker Contest and The Madwoman of Chaillot. Being a victim of downsizing, Mark is available for acting projects or (he says) for heavy lifting!

From the program for West Moon Street:

MARK BAZERMAN (Mr. Podgers) returns to the stage after a long hiatus. Having started his acting career as Borachio in Kanata Theatres 1997 production of Much Ado About Nothing, he went on to roles in nine other Kanata Theatre productions such as The Mad Woman of Chaillot, Kindertransport, The Wild Guys and, most recently, I Hate Hamlet. He has appeared onstage in the SocknBuskin Studio Series and the Ottawa Fringe festival, and also acted in several films and videos. Mark last peformed as Elwood in Goya Theatres 2006 production of A Party to Murder.

From the program for West Moon Street:

MARK BAZERMAN (Sampson, Capulet servant #2) is pleased to return to his roots: acting as a Shakespearian miscreant, much as he did as Borachio in Kanata Theatres 1997 production of Much Ado About Nothing. Mark subsequently appeared in nine other KT productions, and played roles for Goya Theatre, the SocknBuskin Studio Series, the Ottawa Fringe Festival, and several films and videos before retiring from acting in 2006. He returned to the stage last September as the mysterious Mr. Podgers in West Moon Street.