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Bradley Moss
Artistic & Executive Director

artisticdirector@theatrenetwork.ca

Bradley is a MFA graduate in directing from the University Alberta. He joined Theatre Network in 1996 to create the multidisciplinary emerging artist festival – Nextfest. Recent productions: GORDON, RED, THE LAST FIVE YEARS, ARMSTRONG’S WAR, the Governor General Nominated THE GRAVITATIONAL PULL OF BERNICE TRIMBLE, the Sterling Award Winning LITTLE ONE, DRIVING MISS DAISY, PIG GIRL, the Sterling Award Winning LET THE LIGHT OF DAY THROUGH, WHERE THE BLOOD MIXES, IN ON IT, MOVING ALONG, MICHEL & TI-JEAN, TWELFTH NIGHT, PUBLIC SPEAKING, DOG, HARD CORE LOGO: LIVE, THUNDERSTICK, BUDDY, WITHOUT YOU, ALIAS GODOT, MISERY, A BEAUTIFUL VIEW, CLOSER AND CLOSER APART, the Sterling Award Winning SUMMER OF MY AMAZING LUCK, TRUE WEST, GIRL IN THE GOLDFISH BOWL, THE LEISURE SOCIETY, HOSANNA, MARION BRIDGE, A SKULL IN CONNEMARA, the Sterling Award Winning glam rock musical HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, and HIGH LIFE.

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Scott Peters
Production Manager

scottpeters@shaw.ca

Scott is an award winning Set & Lighting Designer and has been part of many productions around Edmonton. Scott’s most recent design credits include TEN OUT OF TWELVE (Wild Side Productions), LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, ROMEO AND JULIET (Freewill Players), GORDON, TORNADO MAGNET (Theatre Network), and Sterling Award winning set and lighting design for BURNING BLUEBEARD (Edmonton Actor’s Theatre). Other credits include FATBOY (Edmonton Actor’s Theatre), lighting design for CORIOLANUS and AS YOU LIKE IT (Freewill Players); THE GRAVITATIONAL PULL OF BERNICE TRIMBLE, LITTLE ONE, PIG GIRL (Theatre Network); and the Light The Bridge Project (City of Edmonton). Scott is also the resident Production Manager for Theatre Network, Co-Lighting Designer for Light the Bridge Project, NextFest, and The Interstellar Rodeo, and is a founding member of Edmonton band Captain Tractor.

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Taylor Chadwick
Marketing Director

info@theatrenetwork.ca

Taylor Chadwick is an Edmonton based theatre artist, podcast host and marketing guy. Taylor started with Theatre Network in 2013 after many years of working as an interpreter at the Royal Alberta Museum. Taylor is also a producer, director and actor in Edmonton. Selected directing credits include: NIGHTHAWK RULES, LIGATURE MARKS (What It Is Productions), MISS ELECTRICTY (Promise Productions), and URBAN TALES 9: NIGHT NURSES IN AN INSANE ASYLUM (Northern Light Theatre). You can follow Taylor on twitter (@taylor_chadwick) and also check out his award-winning podcast What It Is podcast which focuses on the arts scene in Edmonton.

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Harley Morison
Operations Manager

harley@theatrenetwork.ca

Harley Morison has been with Theatre Network since 2013. With TN, he manages the box office/front of house and coordinates the volunteer corps. Hailing from the Calgary area, he now calls Edmonton home. Harley is a director and playwright working primarily with his company, Cardiac Theatre (cardiactheatre.ca), where he’s directed HOT MESS and PACAMAMBO. Harley is a grad of the Drama Department at the University of Alberta.

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Jill Roszell
Business Development Director

jill@theatrenetwork.ca

Jill has returned to Theatre Network this season to help out with Business Development and other miscellaneous duties as required. For the past 16 years, Jill has been an active member of Edmonton’s arts community working as a consultant and arts manager most recently with the Ice on Whyte Festival, The Works Art & Design Festival, the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals and Fringe Theatre Adventures. Jill is a previous General Manager for Theatre Network and Touring Coordinator for Catalyst Theatre. In her other life, Jill is a classically trained flutist, and teaches music at Sherwood Park Music.

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Candice Stollery
Box Office Coordinator

Born and raised in Edmonton, Candice is an emerging artist well rounded in, performance, clown, design, directing, technical, and stage management experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Drama with a minor in Film Studies from the University of Alberta. She is currently a technician for Grindstone Theatre’s 11 O’clock Number. She recently stage managed Grindstone Theatre’s production of Drinking in America (Edmonton Fringe 2016) & The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged (2016), UofA’s New Works Festival Princess Bear (2016) & F***, Marry, Kill (2015), ABBEDAM’s Spring Awakening (2015) and Fool Spectrum Theatre’s E-Town Clown Cabaret (2014-2015).  This is Candice’s second season with Theatre Network and she’s thrilled to be stepping into the role of Box Office Coordinator. She’s incredibly proud to be a part of the Theatre Network ~ live at the Roxy team!

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Neon
Box Office

Neon is a founding member of Guys in Disguise. Her Stage Managing credits include: EDMONTON QUEEN, WITH BELLS ON, TYPHOON JUDY, TORNADO MAGNET (original production) and KLONDYKES, all with Guys in Disguise. Neon is also a makeup artist with credits that include: HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH (Theatre Network), Edmonton Opera (2000-2006), Edmonton Musical Theatre (2001-2015), DRAGULA (Guys in Disguise), KLONDYKES (Guys in Disguise), Oh Susannah (2000-2014). She has the great pleasure of working as the Hospitality Coordinator for the Edmonton international Street Performers Festival for the last 17 years. She sang with the legendary girl group The Divas for over 15 years. Neon is also proud to be a part of the Theatre Network team, working in the box office.  In her spare time Neon enjoys sleeping and collecting awesome jewelry. Sometimes she also gets to socialize with her amazing friends and family.

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Mark Stubbings
Box Office

Mark is an actor and a playwright based in Edmonton, Alberta. He has been with Theatre Network – Live at the Roxy since before the fire and couldn’t be happier that he has been able to help the company move forward and continue producing great work. He has a long history with Theatre Network having had his work seen and heard at Next Fest in the past (Dust, Our Kind of Love is an Ugly Love) and attending productions every year since he saw his first show at the Roxy over 15 years ago.

Shelley Martin
Bookkeeper