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Alumni make music at Stratford Festival

April 02, 2018

Nearly a dozen Sheridan graduates will take centre stage at this year’s Stratford Festival
 
Among the performing alumni, several have snagged roles in the Festival’s headline production, The Music Man. Many grads will appear in more than one play throughout the Stratford Festival’s 2018 season, with additional players being featured in The Rocky Horror Show, Paradise Lost and The Comedy of Errors.
 
Among those returning to the Stratford stage this year are Kimberly-Ann Truong (Theatre ‘15), fresh off her run on Broadway as Mimi in Miss Saigon, and Jennifer L. Shaw (Theatre ’09), who will enjoy her eighth season with the Festival.  
 
Congratulations to the following Sheridan graduates who are part of the 2018 Stratford Festival season: Mariah Campos (Theatre ‘17), Colton Curtis (Theatre ‘15), Heather Kosik (Theatre ‘17), Bethany Kovarik (Theatre ‘10), Trevor Patt (Theatre ‘13), Jennifer Shaw (Theatre ‘09), Kimberly-Ann Truong (Theatre ‘15) and Qasim Khan (Theatre ‘08).
 
The Stratford Festival is an internationally recognized theatre festival that runs from April to October. Sheridan music theatre graduates are regular participants, having performed in critically-acclaimed shows such as A Chorus Line, Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof and The Sound of Music.