ONE ACT – Chef D

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Long time friend of Women’s Crisis Services, Chef D is joining us on stage as part of the cast of Rage Against Violence. For years he has offered his support in any way and he didn’t hesitate to agree to this role, even before completely understanding what the role included. He just wanted to help. Chef D has launched his fourth season of his top rated cooking show, ‘At Home with ChefD’ on Rogers TV. He is the author of two cook...

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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 – 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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ONE ACT – Jennifer Cornish

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 Jennifer Cornish is a friend of Women’s Crisis Services, and we are proud to say that she is lending her talents and time to “Rage Against Violence” in support of ONE ACT for Woman Abuse Awareness Month. In her own words: “My relationship with WCS began many years ago when I needed help in understanding and healing from a relationship I had ended. The counsellors at Anselma House were there for me and I attended the...

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