Crew Spotlight – Fight Director Siobhan Richardson

Siobhan Richardson is the Fight Director for Wait Until Dark.

BIO: Siobhan Richardson is a fight director and actor/fighter/singer/dancer. Fight Direction credits includeThe Trial of Judith K (Thought For Food Productions), A Christmas Story and The Hobbit (The Grand Theatre, London), White Biting Dog (Soulpepper), Such Creatures (Nightswimming and Theatre Passe Muraille), Death of a Chief (Native Earth), James and the Giant Peach and To Kill a Mockingbird (Young Peoples’ Theatre) and Frankenstein’s Boy (Eldritch Theatre). She has taught stage combat across Canada and Europe, including London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Munich, Brittany, Norway, Finland, Estonia, and Sweden, and will be teaching at the upcoming World Stage Combat Conference. Acting credits include And Then The Lights Went Out (Stage West, Calgary), Mo and Jess Kill Susie (Harley Dog Productions), and Hogtown. For further acting credits, please go to www.SiobhanRichardson.com/actor. When not pursuing her performance career, she and her partner run Burning Mountain, dedicated to the growth and development of stage combat for the art form and for the artists.

Check out the upcoming workshop on Intimacy For The Stage:  www.BurningMountain.ca/connect/StageIntimacy

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Dial M For Murder – Crew Spotlight – Alexis Budd

Alexis is the fight director for “Dial M For Murder”. He has worked previously with director Emily Dix, but this is his first show with Bygone Theatre.

Fight Director Alexis Budd

Fight Director Alexis Budd

Bio: Alexis Budd is a Toronto based theatre artist. He has done fight direction on shows such as “We Are The Bomb” and “The Unseen Hand” (Theatre Brouhaha), and “Romeo & Juliet” (Hart House Theatre). He has also performed as a musician/foley artist in such shows as “27 Wagons Full of Cotton” and “The Unseen Hand” (Brouhaha) and “We Walk Among You” (Artichoke Heart Collective) which recently returned from the Montreal Fringe Festival. He is pleased to be working with the wonderful and talented people at Bygone Theatre.