Throne Cast & Crew

Keenan Marchand

Keenan is an actor based out of Langley, B.C. He attends TWU, where some of his past credits have been Pleribo / Adraste / Florilame in The Illusion, Adrian Wight in Please, Pass the Damsel Hand, Peter Van Daan in The Diary of Anne Frank, Sebastian in Twelfth Night and Emanuel in disPlace: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words. He is very proud to be a part of this unique play.

Kristina Hampton

Kristina is a British / German / Japanese / culturally confused actor and writer in Vancity with a degree in theatre and a focus on film. She is currently writing a Web Series and working on her Youtube channel LightChild.  Her favourite theatre credits include Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd and Gena in Bachelorette.  She also loves bringing out her ‘Laura’ every night. What a foul-mouthed, feisty, fantabulous ‘proper lady’!

Ryan Scramstad

Ryan is an actor, sound designer, and producer with a Bachelors Degree in Performing Arts from Capilano University. He has been on stage with the Arts Club, Pacific Theatre, Ensemble Theatre, Theatre SKAM in Victoria, and with District 13 Productions performing in musical parodies of the Hunger Games movies. Ryan also produces and acts in sketch comedy shorts with his film company Barebone Pictures.

Steven Simpson

Steven is an actor going into his fourth -and final- year studying acting at Trinity Western University – where he was seen in shows such as SMASH, Twelfth Night, The Diary of Anne Frank and The Drowsy Chaperone. This is Steven’s first Fringe show and he is having a blast playing ‘Toilet Attendent’ in this hilarious story based around true events. Enjoy the comedy and embrace the honesty!

Shane Ellis

Shane is making his stage debut in Throne and is so grateful to be working with such a great cast and crew. He is employed as a lightening technician for TV and film and past credits include Bates Motel, The Flash, Arrow and Dirk Gently. His artistic endeavours began as a child with “The Young Irish Filmmakers” and he is now thrilled to further expand his experience by participating in Vancouver Fringe 2017.

Ryan Rutherford

Ryan is grateful for the opportunity to be making his theatrical debut in Throne at this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival.  A prominent musician in the Vancouver music scene since 2009, Ryan brings his music performance background and band experience to the theatre stage. When Ryan isn’t leading a band or rehearsing for the stage, he enjoys working as a voice over actor, indie film actor and stunt man.

Jessica Garden

Jessica studied theatre and literature at Trinity Western University and serves as the Associate Producer for Dark Glass Theatre. Her upcoming projects include producing Trespass: A Storytelling Event in Support of Dark Glass Theatre, assistant directing Ruined (Pacific Theatre) and directing The Miracle Worker (Gallery 7). She is honoured to work with such a dedicated, creative and talented cast and crew.

Cristin Schieder

Cristin is an actor, writer and stage manager who is thrilled to be working with such a dynamic cast and crew. Outside of the booth, she teaches theatre to young artists and serves on the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Jury. Past stage management credits include Last Train to Nibroc (Pacific Theatre) and Hedda Gabler (TWU). She can next be seen in Trespass: A Storytelling Event in Support of Dark Glass Theatre.

Kate Nundal

Kate is delighted to be back at Vancouver Fringe 2017! Previously she stage managed The Women of Lockerbie for Lock and Key Theatre at Fringe 2016. Other credits include disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words (Dark Glass Theatre) and Twelfth Night (SAMC Theatre). Kate will be returning to university in the fall to complete her fourth and final year of her BA in Theatre.

Alexandria Bay

Alexandria is just starting her third year in the BFA – Acting program at TWU. On top of acting she has worked back stage on multiple shows such as; Trinity Advent plays (lighting assistant), Twelfth Night (Assistant Stage Manager), and disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words (Stage Manager). She spent the summer directing children at CornerStage, a summer musical theatre camp.