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Set in postwar Scotland and based on a true story; this is a love-letter from Johnny Reid to his grandmother Maggie. It’s a celebration of the human spirit, the power of a mother’s love, and the way the women of her generation persevered.

Book, music and lyrics by Johnny Reid and Matt Murray. Additional music by Bob Foster.

Director: Mary Francis Moore

Choreographer: Brittany Banks

Musical Director: Robert Foster

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Studio Theatre, Sheridan


Rab Cameron: Daniel Allain
Maggie: Dharma Bizier
Wee Jimmy: Aidan Burke
Uncle Charles: Zach Colangelo
Shug: Liam Crobert-Best
Jean: Megan Dallan
Ensemble: Griffin Hewitt
Ensemble: Maya Jenkins
Betty: Juliette Jones
Tam: Thomas Killip
Lizzy Cameron: Brittany King
Police Constable: Gunho Kwak
Teresa: Kirsten Kwong
Tommy & Big Jimmy: William Lincoln
Lia Luz: Ensemble
Ensemble: Emily McKim
Ensemble: Bethany Monaghan
Catholic Boy: Ben Page
Ensemble: Kati Pearson
Geordie Parven: Aaron Ryde
Ensemble: Olivia Shad
Sadie: Mikayla Stradiotto
Ensemble: Teresa Tucci
Catholic Boy: Alex Wierzbicki


My Bonnie Lass, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Theatre and Performance Studies


Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design


Department of Visual and Performing Arts

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Original Citation

Francis Moore, M. (Director). (2019, February 14 – 25). My bonnie lass [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

My Bonnie Lass, February 14 – 25, 2019



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