Gordon Walls


Acting Credits

1999: March 17-20 & 23-27 Dangerous Obsession
2000: January 19-22 & 25-29 The Curious Savage
2000: November 15-18 & 21-25 To Forgive, Divine
2002: May 29-June 1, June 4-8 Rumors
2003: November 11-15 and 18-22 The Uninvited
2005: February 1-5 and 8-12 Dancing at Lughnasa
2006: Jan 31-Feb 4 & Feb 7-11 Noises Off
2007: Jan 30-Feb 3 & Feb 7-10 When the Reaper Calls
2007: September 18 to 29 The Heiress
2008: May 20-31, 2008 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
2008: Sept 16 - 27, 2008 Leading Ladies
2010: March 23 - April 3, 2010 Postmortem
2011: May 10 - 21, 2011 A Few Good Men
2011: Sept 20-24, Sep 27-Oct 1 West Moon Street
2012: May 15-19 & 22-26, 2012 Romeo and Juliet
2013:September 17 - 28 John Buchan’s The 39 Steps
2014: November 4 - 8 & 11 - 15 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
2015: May 12 - 16 & 19 - 23 The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon
2016: November 8-12 & 15-19 Equivocation

Production Credits

Assistant Stage Manager Jenny's House of Joy
Stage Crew The Death of Dracula
An Experiment with an Air Pump
Enchanted April
Having a Wonderful Time, Wish You We
Construction Assistant Homeward Bound
Set Painter The Beauty Queen of Leenane
Continuity Out of Sight ... Out of Murder
Here on the Flight Path
Cat's Cradle
Continuity Assistant Radium Girls
Properties Bus Stop
Here on the Flight Path
Dresser Inherit the Wind
Radium Girls

From the program for The Black Bonspiel of Wullie MacCrimmon
GORDON WALLS (Pipe-fitting Charlie Brown) is thrilled to make his 18th appearance at Kanata Theatre. Patrons will remember him from this season’s critically acclaimed Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as well as last season’s hit The 39 Steps playing multiple roles in both. After so much character work, Gordon is pleased to return to the relative normality of playing... a single character. He has been honoured with a CCC best play award (Noises Off, KT) and an EODL acting nomination (Deathtrap, OLT). "What could be more Canadian than curling for your soul – eh?"

From the program for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde:

GORDON WALLS (Inspector, Enfield, Sir Danvers Carew, Hyde, Sanderson, Hotel Porter) is pleased to make his 17th appearance at Kanata Theatre. A familiar face both onstage and backstage, patrons will remember him in last season’s hit The 39 Steps where he played more than 20 characters! Recent credits include Romeo and Juliet, West Moon Street, A Few Good Men, Postmortem, and Leading Ladies. Gordon has also been honoured with a Capital Critics’ Circle best play award (Noises Off, KT) and an Eastern Ontario Drama League acting nomination (Deathtrap, OLT). Gord is thrilled to join this outstanding team of artists on this innovative, unique play.

From the progam for John Buchan’s The 39 Steps

GORDON WALLS (Clown) is pleased to make his 16th appearance at Kanata Theatre. This season marks his 40th year on the amateur stage and patrons will remember him last as the Prince of Verona in Romeo and Juliet. Other KT credits include West Moon Street, A Few Good Men, Postmortem, Leading Ladies, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Noises Off (CCC best play award winner), and many others. More recently, Gordon was honoured with an EODL acting nomination for his work in OLT’s 100th season production of Deathtrap. Gord is thrilled to be back at Kanata Theatre and in a play that presents such interesting challenges.

From the program for When the Reaper Calls:

GORDON WALLS (Victor) is pleased to make his 8th appearance on the KT stage. A 33-year veteran of the amateur stage (17 in Ottawa), KT patrons will remember him in last season’s award winning production of Noises Off as well as other shows including Dancing at Lughnasa , The Uninvited, Rumors, To Forgive, Divine, The Curious Savage, and Dangerous Obsession. Audiences may also have seen him in the critically acclaimed OLT production of Da, as well as The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, No Sex Please, We’re British, and many others. Gordon has also acted for Tara Players and Nepean Little Theatre.

From The Heiress:

GORDON WALLS (Morris Townsend) is pleased to make his 9th appearance on the KT stage. A 34-year veteran of the amateur stage (18 in Ottawa), KT patrons will remember him in last season’s When the Reaper Calls as well as the award winning production of Noises Off. Other KT credits include Dancing at Lughnasa, The Uninvited, Rumors, The Curious Savage, Dangerous Obsession and To Forgive, Divine. Audiences may also recognise him from numerous OLT productions. Gordon has acted for most west-end theatres including Tara Players and Nepean Little Theatre.

From the program for  One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest:

GORDON WALLS (Harding) is pleased to make his 10th appearance on the KT stage. A 34 year veteran of the amateur stage (18 in Ottawa), KT patrons will remember him last as the cad Morris Townsend in The Heiress which opened this season. Other KT credits include When the Reaper Calls, the award winning Noises Off, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Uninvited, Rumors, To Forgive, Divine, The Curious Savage, and Dangerous Obsession. Gordon has also acted for most west-end theatres including OLT, Tara Players, and Nepean Little Theatre.

From the program for  Leading Ladies:

GORDON WALLS (Duncan) is pleased to make his 11th appearance on the KT stage. A 35-year veteran of the amateur stage (20 in Ottawa), KT patrons will remember him last as Harding in the very successful One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest which closed last season. This marks Gordon’s third trip behind the clerical collar and he would like to dedicate this portrayal to his father – a real man of the cloth. He knows that Rev. Walls is watching the show from heaven… and laughing.

From the program for  Postmortem:

GORDON WALLS (William Gillette) is pleased to make his 12th appearance on the KT stage. A familiar face both on stage and back stage, patrons will remember him last as the good Rev. Wooley in last season’s hit Leading Ladies. Despite an acting career that has spanned four decades, this is the first time he has played an historical character and an actor - a great actor. “This part is truly unique. William Gillette gave form to this literary archetype. I hope he would feel that I have done him justice.”

From the program for  A Few Good Men:

GORDON WALLS (Lt. Jack Ross) is pleased to make his 13th appearance on the Kanata Theatre stage. A familiar face both on stage and backstage, patrons will remember him last as the iconic actor William Gillette in last season’s Postmortem. Despite an acting career spanning four decades, this is the first time he has repeated a play – having done this play at Ottawa Little Theatre 20 years ago. Gord is thrilled to work with so many friends from past productions and wishes Trace the best on her debut performance, especially now that she outranks him!

From the program for West Moon Street:

GORDON WALLS (Charles) is pleased to make his 14th appearance on the KT stage. A familiar face both on stage and back stage, patrons will remember him last as the prosecuting attorney Lt. Jack Ross in last season’s A Few Good Men , as the iconic actor William Gillette in Postmortem, and many others. Aregular in the Ottawa theatre scene for over 20 years, he has acted at most west end theatres including OLT, NLT, Tara Players, and others. With this roll, Gord makes the logical transition from lawyer … upwards to … servant.

From the program for Romeo and Juliet:

GORDON WALLS (Chorus, Prince) is pleased to make his 15th appearance on the Kanata Theatre stage. A regular here, patrons will remember him in the recent productions of West Moon Street, A Few Good Men, Postmortem, Leading Ladies, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and many others. Gord is thrilled to join this dynamic and talented cast in the bard’s tragedy of love. Plus, who can say no to two mistresses! Best wishes to Trace on our first scene together.