Join award winning actors Brent Carver, Juan Chioran, and Bruce Dow as they discuss their experiences playing the role of The Emcee in Cabaret. It promises to be a lively night, inspiring provocative discussions about the role, the play, and the period attributed to the Weimar Cabaret. Light refreshments will be served. Moderator: Martin Julien.
Brent Carver is a multiple Tony, NY Drama Desk, Dora, Gemini, Sterling Award winner and nominee who also received the Governor General Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement in 2014. He played The Emcee at the Stratford Festival in 1987.
Juan Chioran is an Argentinian-born Genie Award winning actor who spent thirteen years playing lead roles at the Stratford Festival, and is in demand across the continent in theatre, television, and film. He is currently portraying The Emcee at the Shaw Festival as part of its 2014 season.
Bruce Dow holds three Dora Award Nominations, winning twice, as well as being a nominee for New York’s prestigious Helen Hayes Award in 2014. He essayed The Emcee at the Stratford Festival in 2008.