Starring Jeffrey Knight
Written and directed by Jennie Brodski
SYNOPSIS: A satirical comedy about a former Deputy Prime Minister who gives an interview for a profile in a prestigious magazine, in advance of what he sees as his inevitable run for his party’s leadership. As the interview veers into uncharted territory, Collimore finds himself exposing the Cain and Abel relationship he had with the beloved former Prime Minister, and defending himself against suggestions he was personally responsible for one of his nation's most shocking incidents.
The Red Sandcastle Theatre: 922 Queen St. E (at Logan), Toronto
Tues, June 21 @ 8pm Thurs, June 23 @ 8pm
Sat, June 25 @ 8pm Sun, June 26 @ 2pm
* The participation of Jeffrey Knight is arranged by permission of the Actors' Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance-Opera-Theatre policy.
Jennie Brodski is passionate about everything she does. In addition to being a playwright and producer, she is an Ontario lawyer and partner in the boutique litigation firm Businger Brodski LLP. Blessed (or cursed) with seeing the big picture in everything, Jennie is always focused on making things better, which led her to producing her first play, "Senior Counsel," in March 2022. Jennie's 2022 sold-out run of "Senior Counsel" is the first part of a trilogy, with the second and third parts arriving soon (stay tuned). She is the wife of a very understanding husband and the mom of two ridiculously adorable kids.
Jeffrey Knight is a creator and performer of characters, who has dedicated 25 years to the entertainment Industry as an actor, writer, comedian and voice artist. His career highlights include performing in “I Looked in Obituaries” on location in Rome with director / star Giancarlo Giannini, “Dog Boys” for Ken Russell, and “A Saintly Switch” for Disney, directed by Peter Bogdanavich. Jeffrey has also logged thousands of hours in front of the lens and behind the microphone for countless ads, many of which were featured on “America’s Funniest Commercials.” Jeffrey was also the star of the first “live to air” commercial in thirty years, for CBC’s anniversary, hosted by Norman Jewison. As a young performer, he worked with Wayne and Shuster on a series of CBC specials.