Saskatoon Summer Players (SSP) is a community-based, non-profit organization committed to working with local, volunteer theatre artists to produce large-scale musical theatre productions in the city of Saskatoon.
Personnel Committee Chair
Governance & Strategic Planning Committee Member
Catherine fell in love with musicals after watching The Sound of Music as a young girl in Hong Kong. She has been a SSP Board member since 2009, witnessing the rapid growth and many changes within the organization. Catherine first joined the SSP family as a cast member in The Pirates of Penzance, SK (2005). She also performed in The Producers (2012), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2013) and several Broadway Bash productions. As set painting coordinator and marketing chair, Catherine was fortunate to work with many talented volunteers in a number of productions. Many thanks to the SSP volunteers and the Saskatoon community for supporting SSP for over 50 years. Great things happen when we all give a little!
Show Selection & Coordination Committee Chair
Carol has 30 years of community theatre experience as a Director and an Actor throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta, as well as being a founding member of several community theatre companies. Carol was also a Board member for numerous terms with Lethbridge Musical Theatre (LMT). Select musical theatre Directing credits include: Guys & Dolls, Annie (New Creation Community Players NCCP, Biggar). Musical theatre performance credits: Bye Bye Birdie (NCCP), Showboat and Music Man (LMT). Select Acting credits: Waiting for the Parade (Saskatoon Gateway Players), Steel Magnolias (The Barn Playhouse). Carol stepped away from community theatre a few years ago but is excited to be a new Board member with SSP and the challenges ahead. Carol is “semi-retired” as Artist Services/Youth Tour Coordinator at Persephone Theatre, a position she has held for a number of years. Carol’s greatest joy in life is her family and her special loves: her grandchildren Juliet and Brenner… as well as her plethora of adopted theatre grandchildren, including (but not limited to): Abigail, Josephine, Judah, Liam, Fred, Eliza, Beau, Scarlett, Sienna, and Xavier.