Friday May 4, 2018 at the District 6330 Annual Conference, the entertainment will be a Broadway Cabaret - presented by 4 talented stage actors, singers and dancers.
Here's more information on the experience this group brings to our stage.
Broadway Cabaret
Cast Bios
Special for the Grand Bend Rotary Club, May 4, 2018
Thomas Alderson
Born and raised in Grand Bend, Thomas is a graduate of the Musical Theatre Performance program at Sheridan College, Oakville.  He has been on stage in theatres across Canada including The Citadel in Edmonton, Theatre Calgary, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre in Winnipeg, The Neptune Theatre in Halifax, The Grand Theatre in London, and Drayton Entertainment’s many venues. Thomas spent a year in the original Canadian company of Kinky Boots at Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre. He was Mordred in a North American tour of Camelot. His first professional role at age 12 was little Louis in The King and I at Grand Bend’s Huron Country Playhouse. Thomas can be seen in the feature film Stage Fright and on PBS’ Odd Squad as part of the boy band ‘SoundCheck’. Recently, he has moved into the creative aspect of theatre, as Assistant Director of The Secret Garden, Theatre Calgary; Once, Grand Theatre, Saturday Night Fever, Princess of Wales, and Chicago, Theatre Sheridan. Up next, he will be Assistant Director of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, at The Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver. 
Alexis Gordon
Alexis is a professional actress from London, Ontario. A graduate of the BFA Acting program at The University of Windsor, she is currently in her fourth season at the Stratford Festival, playing Virgilia in Coriolanus, and Ceres in The Tempest. In her three previous seasons, she was Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Anne Egerman in A Little Night Music, Julie Jordan in Carousel, Clara in Passion, and Sister Sophia in The Sound of Music, as well as appearing in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Selected theatre credits include, Celeste #2/Elaine in Sunday in the Park With George (Talk is Free Theatre), Iris in the world première of The Gravitational Pull of Bernice Trimble (Factory Theatre/Obsidian Theatre); Obeah Opera (Nightwood Theatre); Recurring John, Paradises Lost (Toronto SummerWorks Festival); Starbright Christmas, Canada Sings, Godspell (Victoria Playhouse Petrolia); Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Driftwood Theatre). Film and TV credits include, Principal actor in Motives & Murders, The Worst Thing I Ever Did. Alexis is the inaugural female winner of both the Amy Wallis Memorial Guthrie Award (Stratford Festival), and Syd and Shirley Banks Prize for Emerging Artists (Acting Up Stage Theatre).
Kira Guloien
Kira is a Dora nominated actress whose versatile career spans from Toronto to Stratford to Broadway. Credits include Hadestown (Citadel), Carla in Nine (Podium Concerts), Sousatzka (Teatro Proscenium), Young Little Edie in Grey Gardens (Acting Up Stage), Doctor Zhivago (Broadway), Mrs. Walker in The Who’s Tommy (Stratford), Lola in Damn Yankees (Huron Country Playhouse), Delee in Smokey Joe's Cafe and Marathon of Hope (Drayton), Jacob Two-Two (YPT), City of Angels (TBTB), Queen for a Day (April 30th), Hometown (Blyth Festival). Kira has been a four-time guest artist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and was a Top 12 finalist on CBC’s Triple Sensation. She holds a B.F.A. in Acting from Ryerson University.  @kiraguloien
Lucas Meeuse
Lucas was born and raised in Northern Alberta and studied Music Theatre at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, training vigorously as a triple threat. Lucas currently works as a live Television Host and Co-Producer of the Space! on TVO Kids. He started his career singing and dancing aboard Royal Caribbean Cruise lines, and has gone on to perform classic musicals such as West Side Story, Cabaret, The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music, Into the Woods and Mary Poppins. Lucas played Johnny Donnelly in Vigilante, the story of the Lucan family’s murders, at London’s Grand Theatre. He has worked at other various Canadian Theatre companies including the Citadel Theatre, Catalyst Theatre, The National Arts Centre, Mayfield Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Rainbow Stage, Drayton Entertainment, The Segal Centre, Neptune Theatre, Theatre St. John’s and Theatre New Brunswick. As well as TVO Kids, his film and TV credits include Warehouse 13 and Incorporated (SyFy), Odd Squad and Odd Squad: The Movie (PBS/TVO).  Lucas is also an accomplished pianist/keyboard player and accompanist.