Charlotte Armstrong – ONE ACT

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We needed a champion and we found one! Charlotte Armstrong is joining us on stage at ONE ACT as one of the cast members of Rage Against Violence. Charlotte is a community champion focused on coordinating events that create safe and inclusive spaces for people. These events help people connect and feel a sense of belonging while also learning new things and having fun.  Since moving to the Waterloo Region in 2010, Charlotte has coordinated many...

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ONE ACT – Gary Kirkham

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Three years ago, when Dwight Storring introduced us to Gary, we knew this would be a very special relationship.  They created a video for a project  called “What about the Children?”.  The following year they created “She Deserves It” and “Three Days in Haven House”; each time the projects became more ambitious. “Rage Against Violence” raises that bar as Gary once again teamed up with Dwight to create this expression of violence...

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ONE ACT – Zach Parsons

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Thanks to our playwright Dwight Storring, joining our talented cast of Rage Against Violence is Zach Parsons. Zach is an alumni of the Theatre program at the University of Waterloo and just recently became more aware of the programs and resources offered by Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo. He is inspired to be a part of doing ONE ACT by becoming more aware, learning the signs of abuse, the behaviours, and being alert. He believes that...

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One Act – Amy Smoke

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Amy Smoke is a Mohawk woman from Six Nations, a single mother, and full time student at the University of Waterloo. On top of all of that, we are honoured that she is a cast member in “Rage Against Violence“, a theatrical performance at our event One Act. Amy is resilient, strong and focused. She shares that “I stayed at Anselma House when I began to turn my life around  and am forever grateful for the services provided to get...

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ONE ACT – Everton Wilmot

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Around Women’s Crisis Services (WCSWR), Everton is known for his kind nature, his ability to assess and address our every computer quandary and his attention to detail helping WCSWR move beyond violence. But, to many others, Everton Wilmot is known for his most current appearance in How to Write a Song and TCP’s production of Ragtime. We were thrilled when Everton accepted our invitation to participate in One Act as part of the cast in...

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