Reunited Shorts

Award Winning Short Plays Written by Len Cuthbert
Produced by Fridge Door Live Theatre Company

CAST & CREW
HISTORY

Fynn Cuthbert (Actor)
Fynn Cuthbert

Finishing up his third and final year in the Music Theatre Performance program of St. Clair College, Fynn Cuthbert has been heavily involved with theatre his entire life. As an actor, singer and more recently a composer/lyricist for 3 musicals, he only loves the business more as he continually involves himself in it. This April he will playing the Baker in "Into the Woods" at the Chrysler Theatre in Windsor. He is excited to be involved with this Fringe production, and would like to thank his family for always supporting him in all he does. FynnCuthbert.com


Aaron Mayordomo (Actor)
Aaron Mayordomo

Aaron has completed his third year of a BSc in Biology at Western University. This past year he included a course in Music Theatre history. In past productions, he played Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors and Asher in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. When he is not reading a good book or taking a long afternoon nap, he can be found kicking it with the Western University taekwondo club. Aaron is excited to perform in his first Fringe Festival and getting back on stage after a long three-year break. He would like to thank his family a friends for all the encouragement and support in taking part in Reunited Shorts.


Naomi Simpson (Actor)
Naomi Simpson

Naomi has completed her third year as a music major at Western University. You may recognize her from being the back-up voice in Short of 30 when an actress lost hers. Naomi’s past roles include the Narrator in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Doris in Miracle on 34th Street, and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. She is looking forward to returning to the stage and performing in her first Fringe Festival. Naomi would like to thank her family and friends for their enthusiasm and support.


Emma Vanderkuyl (Actor)
Emma Vanderkuyl

Emma Vanderkuyl is a second-year theatre studies major at the University of Guelph. She attended H.B. Beal Secondary School, where she studied musical theatre, and Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts. Past theatre credits include Lion in the Streets (written and directed by Judith Thompson), Concord Floral, and King Lear. Past musical theatre productions include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (currently in the rehearsal process) in the role of Rona Lisa Peretti, The Secret Garden, and Sweeney Todd in the role of Johanna. Emma is thrilled to be a part of Reunited Shorts, and to be in her first Fringe Festival. She would like to thank her parents for being supportive of all of her theatre antics.


Kendall Zurowski (Actor)
Kendall Zurowski

Kendall is excited to be performing in Reunited Shorts and her first Fringe Festival! She is finishing her second year in Anthropology at Western University, and tries to stay involved in theatre wherever she can. She most recently appeared as Rachel in Theatre Western’s production of Posh by Laura Wade and is currently working as Assistant Choreographer on TW’s production of Chicago. Previous credits include The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) (AHSC Productions), Anne of Green Gables (BYNT), and The Outsiders (BYNT). She also has a dog named Teddy who enjoys belly rubs and is very fluffy.


Len Cuthbert (Playwright, Director)
Len Cuthbert

Len is the founding director of Fridge Door Live Theatre Company. His plays have been produced in Canada, US, UK and Luxembourg. In June 2018, Len produced and directed his co-created musical, Short of 30, with his son, Fynn Cuthbert, that was staged at the McManus Theatre at the Grand, and in Hamilton and Strathroy. In October, he produced and directed his long awaited play, Finding Fox, at TAP Centre for Creativity. Len is thrilled to be back for a fourth Fringe experience and sharing it with an outstanding cast. LenCuthbert.com