London, St. Thomas, Strathroy & Area

Fridge Door Live Theatre Company is a Federally Incorporated Not-for-Profit Organization.


Len Cuthbert
Executive/Artistic Director, President
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 Europe, some winning awards. He collaborated in writing and producing two musicals, Grace Mission and Short of 30, with his son Fynn Cuthbert. He continues to produce his own work, the most recent can be seen at OnStageLive.ca. Reunited Shorts, his collection of short plays about reunions, is published with Dramatic Publishing and can be found in public libraries in Vancouver, BC, on Vancouver Island, Elgin County, ON, Sudbury, ON and Middlesex County, ON. His meta comedy, 107, is published with Original Works Publishing and can be found in the Middlesex County Public Libaries, ON. Len studied at Trinity Western University (AA Degree), Centennial College (AMT Diploma), Heritage College (BRE Degree) and Western University (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.



Rebecca Cuthbert
Board Director, Secretary/Treasurer
Rebecca is an administrative professional with experience in international not-for-profits and national corporations. She is married to Len.

Dr. David Reist
Board Director, Vice President
David is a registered psychologist with a private practice in London. He is married to Nicole and has two amazing daughters.

Mallory Mundy
Board Director
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 2016-17, was full time as a teacher at Faith Christian Academy in St. Thomas. She now teaches with the Waterloo Regional School Board. 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. She is married to Peter Mundy.

Nancy French
Board Director
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.

Build Confidence, Develop Competence, and Encourage Collaboration, in a personal and caring atmosphere, through a performing arts experience.

PRODUCTIONS: Influence, Inform and Inspire, cast, crew and audiences, through the process and production of a live production.

Fridge Door Live Theatre began in 2006, offering Summer Theatre Camps to children and youth in London. From there, FDLTC provided theatre programs and summer theatre camps in London, Strathroy, Ingersoll and St. Thomas, Ontario, investing into many youth and their families each year.

In 2011, Fridge Door Live Theatre Company officially became incorporated as a non-profit organization.

In 2015, Fridge Door Live Theatre Company began On Stage Live, an annual production using experienced local actors. See www.OnStageLive.ca. Most of these productions are original plays and musicals by Len Cuthbert.

In 2020, Garage Theatre Canada was created in response to Covid. Short plays were staged and recorded in a garage and made available for streaming-on-demand at www.GarageTheatre.ca

In 2022, Fridge Door Live Theatre Company partnered with Museum Strathroy to continue to provide Summer Theatre Camps for youth.

In 2023 and 2024, Fridge Door Live Theatre Company partnered with the Southwold History Committee to produce Lawrence Station: The Crash of American Airlines Flagship Erie and Snapshots: One Act Plays about WW2 & the RCAF Station Fingal

Fridge Door Live Theatre Company
Mount Brydges, ON N0L 1W0