Cast & Crew

Susan is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. She has been an “active” actor for 35 years – working most of the major theatres from coast to coast including: The Neptune Theatre, Centaur Theatre, The Grand Theatre, Canadian Stage, Theatre Calgary, The Playhouse, The Arts Club, The Belfry, and five seasons at The Shaw Festival. Her extensive television credits include 100 episodes of Night Heat, 130 episodes of Family Passions, 26 episodes of Ritters Cove, and more recently, recurring on Life Unexpected, and Battlestar Galactica. Some feature films she is proud to be a part of: Every Other Tuesday, Everything’s Gone Green, Butterfly Effect 2, White Fang, Narrow Margin, and The American Christmas Carol. In the spring, look for her in the upcoming M.O.W.’s, Three Weeks Three Kids, and Gone. Susan is totally stoked and can’t wait to start rehearsals for Marion Bridge! As Director!


As the daughter of a television broadcaster Terri spent the first ten years of her life as a studio rat, appearing in front of the camera in numerous children’s shows, specials and commercials. By the time she graduated high school she had written, directed and starred in numerous one-act plays as well as appeared in many community theatre productions. She went on to study at the University of Victoria and spent summers appearing in regional repertory theatre. After taking a long break raising four children, Terri returned to her passion of filmmaking and acting in 2002. She is honoured to have studied with such well regarded teachers as Stella Adler, Larry Moss, Warren Robertson, Andrew McIlroy, Gina Chiarelli, P. Lynn Johnson and Ben Ratner. In addition to numerous commercials and MOW’s, some of her film and television credits include Hot Rod, Intelligence, Supernatural, Alien’s in America and the recently filmed Donovan’s Echo with Danny Glover. 


Jeanie got her start in the industry while performing with the BC Lions Dance Team. Noticed by a local casting director she landed her first US National Commercial. Later, with a degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University, she co-hosted the Canadian fitness series which ignited per passion to work in front of the camera. Jeanie then enrolled in a full-time acting program at Gastown Actors Studio and since graduating has completed numerous TV/film credits which include: The Guard, Not My Life, The L-Word, Masters of Science Fiction, ABC pilot Nobody, Reefer Madness, Touching Evil, Andromeda, DaVinci’s Inquest, Human Cargo and triple-award winning short film Chika’s Bird. Jeanie has studied with respected teachers such as Larry Moss, Ben Ratner, Gina Chiarelli, Mel Tuck, Andrew McIlroy and Aaron Craven (Studio on the Drive).


Rebecca majored in film at the University of British Columbia and then went on to work on film productions all over the world.
She recently co-wrote the screenplay The Hummingbird’s Daughter (based on the award winning book by Luis Alberto Urrea) with Hollywood film director Luis Mandoki. Antonio Banderas is attached to star.
In the summer, look for Rebecca as the Pretty Penny Prostitute in the Indie feature Jackhammer.

Stage Manager, Set & Props Designer

Susan Miyagishima is a multi-talented theatre professional who divides her time between stage management and set & props design. Stage Management credits include Are We There Yet? (Neworld Theatre), The Project (Solo Collective) Heptademic, The Boyfriend, and It’s All About You (Studio 58), Bye Bye Baby (Presentation House), and Apprentice Stage Managing Drowsy Chaperone (Playhouse) and Anthony & Cleopatra, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, & Comedy of Errors (Bard on the Beach).  Set credits include High School Musical (Gateway Theatre Academy).  Props credits include Around the World in 80 Days and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Gateway Theatre), Where’s Charley, Bye Bye Birdie and Richard III (Studio 58), Life Savers and View From Above (Ruby Slippers), A Picasso (Presentation House) and Le Périmètre (Théâtre la Seizième).  Susan is graduate of Studio 58.

Sound Design
Michael is a big fan of Daniel MacIvor and is very proud to be a member of the creative team on this production. Select Design credits include: Becky’s New Car, Art`s Club Theatre; Beyond Eden, Vancouver Playhouse; Famous Puppet Death Scenes, Old Trout Puppet Workshop; The Dissemblers, Touchstone Theatre; Ali and Ali 7, Neworld Theatre; The Goat… Or Who is Sylvia, Third Street Theatre; The Project, Solo Collective; [Sic], Theatre SKAM; Cozy Catastrophe, Rumble/Theatre Melee. Mike’s sound designs have been nominated for and have won awards in Edmonton, Calgary, and Victoria. Mike is also a Jessie Nominated Actor and thanks Everett, Jake, Juno, and Duke for being the best.

Lighting Designer

Conor Moore recently completed his MFA in Design at UBC and is excited to be working with Theatre of Infinity. Previous design credits include The Patron Saint of Stanley Park (Arts Club Theatre), Falstaff (Bard on the Beach), MK Woyzeck, The Madwoman of Chaillot, and Romeo and Juliet (UBC Theatre), After Homelessness (Headlines Theatre), The Edge (Green Thumb Theatre), The Hobbit, and Footloose (Capilano University), Bat Boy (Patrick Street Productions), and The Boy Who Went Outside (Wild Excursions). He is a proud recipient of the Larisa Fayad Memorial Award in Lighting Design.

ASM/Assistant Set Designer

Jenn is enjoying a busy year working away at her History Degree at UBC while exploring a range of theatre opportunities. She recently completed a tour to Calgary and Toronto with Studies in Motion (The Electric Company), following her first realized set design for a co-op production of Hamlet. Her next project is Visiting Mr. Green (Presentation House/ Chutzpah). She is a grateful graduate of Studio 58.

Graphic/Web Designer

Born in the United States, Meghan has spent her life bouncing back and forth across the border. Growing up in places such as New Hampshire, Calgary, Vancouver, and Arizona she has finally settled for Yaletown, Vancouver.
Living in a “spatially-challenged”,  overpaid downtown apartment, Meghan spends her time finding various excuses to procrastinate from whatever her current writing project happens to be (Come to think of it, Meghan quite often finds various excuses to procrastinate from any activity…)
Meghan’s future goals include: putting away her laundry, doing her taxes, and finishing her book.

Graphic Artist

Patrick O’Neill is a bipedal hominid who is most famously noted for having evolved in his mother’s womb along side a doppleganger. Although he spends his time doing nothing in particular, something invariably happens. After having played soccer in the Netherlands and backpacked around Europe, he dropped out of university in Ottawa, enrolled again in Vancouver and picked up a guitar, a brush, a pencil and a camera somewhere along the line. He hopes eventually something will come of his gathered hobbies. In the meantime, look for Patrick at your local grocery store and/or awards ceremony as he hopes to disprove Murphy and his unfortunate law.

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