Live Theatre Company is a Federally Incorporated Not-for-Profit
Len's career has involved working
with Youth & Children since 1990. For the same length of time,
he has been involved in many areas of theatre. His plays have
been published and produced in Canada, US and the UK, some winning
awards. In 2017, he produced and directed the new musical, Grace Mission, which he wrote and his son Fynn Cuthbert composed the music for. They collaborated on another new musical, Short of 30, that was staged in Hamilton, London and Strathroy in June 2018. His latest new play, Finding Fox, will be staged in London, October 16-20, 2018 at the TAP Centre for Creativity (formerly The Arts Project). He studied at Trinity Western University (AA Degree),
Centennial College (AMT Diploma), Heritage College (BRE Degree)
and University of Western Ontario (Not-for-Profit Management,
Post-Grad Certificate). He has also taken writing courses through schools in Connecticut and New York City. He is married to Rebecca and they have
a son and a daughter.
Director of Music (Saturday Morning Theatre 2019-2020)
Naomi is a fourth year music major at Western University. She recently appeared in the London Fringe Festival production of Len Cuthbert's, Reunited Shorts that received raving reviews. In late June 2019, she spent two weeks in England studyinig theatre with professional artists. 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.
Board Director, Secretary/Treasurer
Rebecca has experienced most
of her career working in the not-for-profit setting and presently
is the Operations Manager for International Justice Mission
Canada (IJM.ca). She has a wide range of education, including studying
music at McMaster University. She is married to Len.
Dr. David Reist
David is a registered psychologist
with a private practice in London. He is married
to Nicole and has two amazing young daughters.
Mallory is a graduate of Brock University with an Honors BA and B.Ed. She spent the 2015-2016 school year teaching in South Korea and in 2016, began full time as a teacher at Faith Christian Academy in St. Thomas.
Mallory was the Director of Drama for our Summer Theatre Camp in 2014 and brings extensive theatre, music, teaching and leadership skills to the board.
Nancy has worked with not for profit organizations for over 25 years, focusing on Social Services and Children's education and care. Along with her husband Laird, she has 2 wonderful daughters. Both girls have been involved in FDLTC programs and productions.