Private Lives Cast

AlexClayHeadshot2Alex Clay as Victor
For Pure Carbon:
Debut
Four days after defending his Masters’ thesis in History at the University of Guelph, Alex made a career move. He debuted as Jason in Guelph Little Theatre’s Rabbit Hole. After moving to Toronto, he discovered the world of acting in short plays with Theatre InspiraTO, Social Capital, and Small But Mighty Productions. Alex then got his creep on. First, as a dimwitted camera operator turned enigmatic demon in Interview with a Demon, then as a teenage prodigy turned psychopathic murderer in The Dialogues of Leopold and Loeb. Some of Alex’s favourite credits include Luke Richmond in Inch of Your Life: Episode 1 with the theatre dept. at last year’s Toronto Fringe Festival and Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. Alex is thrilled to be working with Pure Carbon Theatre and this amazing group of artists. He would like to thank his family for their unwavering support and his fiancée Kate for her unconditional love…and willingness to participate in casual line runs (pssst. best non-actor self-tape reader in the city). Catch Alex and Brittany Cope in July as they reunite in Some of us Pretend with Bricks n’Sticks Productions at the Hamilton Fringe Festival!
brittanyBrittany Cope as Elyot
For Pure Carbon:
Debut
Brittany is a proud graduate of the University of Windsor’s Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting Program and has trained with Stratford’s Summer Program, the SITI Company and the International Michael Chekhov Association. Since graduating, Brittany has been busy producing her one woman show, Mission Magnet, across Ontario. Written, directed and performed by Brittany, this play dives into the story of a military doctor serving in Afghanistan while her son is dying in Canada. She has recently begun to bring it to medical schools to share with the students and completed a production with Brick and Mortar’s One More Night Festival in Toronto. She just recently directed the Toronto premiere of Green in Blue by Duncan Rowe with Greenlight Theatre. Recent credits include: The Diary of Anne Frank with Plain Stage Theatre, Follow Your Heart with Evolution Dance Theatre, The Young Ladies of Baddeck Club with Theatre Baddeck, Curved with the New Ideas Festival, and Scenes from my Dock! with Muskoka Theatre Project. She can be seen this summer in Lysistrata at the Toronto Fringe Festival and Some of Us Pretend at Hamilton Fringe.

 

amandaAmanda Cordner as Amanda
For Pure Carbon: Lena (Bitchcraft), Host/Lady Macbeth/Julius Caesar (64 Ways to Die: A Shakespeare Death Cabaret), Natalia (Three Sisters: an experiment)

I, AMANDA CORDNER (Toronto based theatre creator/film/tv actor and exceptional hugger) made my solo-show debut last year at the 37th Annual Rhubarb Festival at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre with body so fluorescent (co-created by David Di Giovanni). This year, the one-woman-epic is travelling to Calgary and to Stratford in the fall. It’s Sexy. So is Private Lives. Very sexy.
I’ve done some shows: Twelfth Night: A Puppet Epic (Shakey-Shake & Friends) Edmond(Storefront), Bitchcraft (Pure Carbon), Antigone (Alumnae Theatre).


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Alice Lundy as Sybil
For Pure Carbon: Debut
Alice was born and raised in Toronto, by a pair of visual artists. She completed her BFA in Acting at the University of Windsor in 2015 and her Certificate in Arts Management in 2016. Her journey at Windsor lead her to train with many world-renowned companies, such as the Stratford Festival, the New York based SITI Company, and the Moscow Art Theatre School where she studied for a month in Moscow and saw over 20 shows. Alice is an actor, creator, producer, and front of house manager. She is passionate about working in all aspects of theatre. Selected credits include: Moral Deficit (Skipping Stones Theatre), Titus Andronicus (Seven Siblings Theatre), Fools Gold (Metaphysical Theatre), and Elektra (Toronto Fringe).