Experiment #5: Nocturne/Kairos – The Cast




Marc Blanchard
(featured in Nocturne)
For Pure Carbon: Debut
Marc Blanchard is a Toronto based artist and recent graduate of Ryerson’s performance acting program. Ryerson credits include Mr. Depinna, You Can’t Take It With You, Stevie, Criminal Genius, Alfred, Tales From the Vienna Woods, Edgar, King Lear.



Owen Fawcett (featured in Nocturne)dsc_2200
For Pure Carbon: Charles (Red Winter)
Owen Fawcett is a Toronto-based actor, director and theatre creator and a founding member of Theatre by Committee. He’s a graduate of the University of Toronto at Mississauga and Sheridan College’s joint Theatre and Drama Studies program. Past acting credits include Family Debts (Theatre by Committee), A Tournament of Lies (Theatre by Committee), ‘Dentity Crisis (Bald Monkey Theatre), Here After (Upstart Theatre), Stumble, Topple and Stand (Straight Camp), Spoon (Straight Camp), Macbeth (Theatre Erindale). Past directing credits include: Lion in the Streets (Theatre by Committee), Arcadia (UTMDC), Piece (UTMDC).


Annelise Hawrylak (featured in Nocturne)
For Pure Carbon: Bridget (Bitchcraft), Beatriz/Phantom (La Loca)
Annelise Hawrylak dreamed her way to Toronto from Brandon, Manitoba five years ago, and hasn’t looked back. Favourite projects have included Kingdom (Contra Theatre), Twelfth Night (Dauntless City Theatre), and Bitchcraft (Pure Carbon). She was thrilled to be nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award last year as a member of Solar Stage’s Munsch Mash ensemble. In her spare time, Annelise enjoys conquering fears, learning aerial silks, and going for midnight runs with her direwolf. She hopes to explore her engagement with negative space in this piece.




Susannah Mackay (featured in Nocturne)
For Pure Carbon: Debut









Chin Palipane (featured in Nocturne)
For Pure Carbon: Kulygin (three sisters: an experiment)
Chin is a Toronto-based theatre creator and lighting designer. A graduate of York University’s Theatre program with a specialization in Creative Ensemble, his primary love is devising original work. He also greatly enjoys playing with light. His designs have premiered in multiple provinces and states across North America, and most recently debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe! (Adventures of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl) He looks forward to reinvigorating his movement vocabulary, and working with the talented artists Pure Carbon has assembled. As always, he’d like to thank his friends and family for their support.




Elene Stamatatos (as Ioanna in Kairos)
For Pure Carbon: Debut
Elene has had a love for theatre and the performing arts ever since her mother enrolled her in speech and drama class, and it has been one crazy ride ever since. With a background in performance and radio broadcasting, she has always believed in the power of storytelling and how it allows us to better understand ourselves and the world around us. Most recently, she played Vivian in Theatre Aurora’s production of Damien Atkin’s Lucy. Elene is thrilled and honoured to be taking part in Pure Carbon’s Kairos.




Jonathan Walls (as Nicholas in Kairos)
For Pure Carbon: Romeo, Enobarbus, Hamlet, Saturninus (64 Ways to Die: A Shakespeare Death Cabaret) and Vershinin (three sisters: an experiment)
Jonathan Walls is a Toronto based theatre performer. Most recent work includes Theatre By Committee’s Lion in the Streets, Messy Kween Collective’s then, then. by Kyle Capstick, and Mixed Company Theatre’s touring production of Frenemies by Andrea Scott. Jonathan attended the Theatre and Drama Studies program at the University of Toronto and Sheridan College.