Connie Newhook is pleased to be back again as Artistic Director of PATH. In the off season, Connie is the Guidance Counsellor at Laval High where she is actively involved with the fine arts program. Connie enjoys acting and singing as well as directing and can be seen now and then in PATH’s productions. She hopes you all enjoy this season’s shows and would like to acknowledge PATH’s generous sponsors whose funding allows PATH to bring fine arts and history together during our summer season.
Brad has been playing d’Iberville on the Hill for several years, and is pleased to be back again this year. You can also see him in the Basque Vignettes. When not in his French costume, he enjoys swimming and sports, such as basketball and softball. Brad enjoys listening to and playing music. PATH is a second home to this guy and if you enjoy the performances, feel free to have a chat after the show.
This is Rylee’s first year with PATH. She just graduated Grade 10 at Laval High School. She is involved heavily with all things art related at Laval. This summer you can see her in Faces of Fort Royal! Welcome to PATH, Ry!
This is Amy's first year with PATH. She just finished Level 2 at Laval High School and is involved in Laval's drama troupe and annual musical. You can catch Amy narrating the basque vignettes this July!
Jordan spends much of his time playing hockey, softball, soccer and basketball, however, this summer you can catch him on Castle Hill playing Valliers or as a member of the Johnny Ray Band in the dinner theatre. Jordan just finished Grade 12 and received Student of the Year! His plans on continuing his studies at MUN, for kinesiology, in the fall.
This is Shawn’s third year with PATH. He can be seen playing guitar around town at concerts and events. This year you can catch Shawn playing the "vain and irascible man", Governor de Brouillan on Castle Hill and Sam Carson in the dinner theatre. You will also see him in the Basque Vignettes. Shawn is thrilled to be back with PATH and hopes you enjoy the shows!
Chris just finished his last year of high school at Laval, and plans to attend CNA in the fall. You may have seen this talented gentleman playing guitar or bass around town or in the Laval Musical. Chris is looking forward to this summer, as this is his first year with PATH! You can catch him as Groovin’Bobby Hill in the dinner theatre.
Zack is returning for his seventh year with PATH. He has a strong passion for music, and you can witness it first hand in the dinner theatre where he plays the USO band leader, Mister Johnny Ray and as he underscores the Basque Vignettes with original music!
Maggie Follett just completed her first year at Memorial University for Communication Studies. She has been heavily involved with the art scene in Placentia for several years. This year she is PATH’s Marketing and Media Coordinator, and can also be seen on the Art Centre stage as Miss Caroline LeDrew in the USO show!
This is Curtis’ third year with PATH. He plays the part of Monsieur Lemarde on the Hill. Curtis is an Author, Historian and Social Media/Digital Marketer.
This is Ryan’s second summer working with PATH, and he is so excited to be spending his summer as a drunken basque on Castle Hill! An avid drummer, Ryan is also appearing as “Slim” Jimmy Simmons in the dinner theatre and can also be seen in The Basque Vignettes. Ryan just finished grade 12 at Laval High School, and plans to continue his studies at Marine Institute in the fall.
Laura just finished grade 12 at Laval High School and this is her third year at PATH. She recently received Laval’s Excellence in Fine Arts Award, as Laura has been extremely involved in the arts around her school and community. She plans to attend MUN in the fall. Laura can been seen as Madame Lemarde in Faces of Fort Royal, a narrator in The Basque Vignettes and may make a surprise appearance in this year's dinner theatre.
Darren is an actor and writer from Seal Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador. As an actor, he has toured provincially with numerous theatre companies, and internationally with a performance of Joel Thomas Hynes' Say Nothing, Saw Wood in London, England. Notable work includes: Rabbittown Theatre Company's production of The Pillowman, and GraveYard Shift's production of Rum and Vodka. Ivany has also appeared in various short films, and CBC’s Republic of Doyle. As a writer, Ivany has been published in the Illanot Review, Galleon, Paragon Journal, and was twice selected for the Nickel Screenplay Series. Ivany was also cowriter of the play Waking Brian which premiered on opening night of the 2016 St. John's Shorts Festival.
Erin is a French teacher with the Eastern School District. As a student, Erin was a member of the PATH cast and her love for performing brings her back each summer to sing and act in the dinner theatre. Erin just completed her master’s degree in Education!
Grace is a 15-year-old student at Laval High School, and it is her third year with PATH. She has been active in school productions for a number of years and loves to sing! She can be seen this summer in Faces of Fort Royal and The Basque Vignettes. Grace is looking forward to a fun summer with all the cast members.
Welcome Robbie to PATH! This is his first year working with the program. He just finished Grade 11 at Laval. Robbie is a jack of all trades when it comes to sports, but he is very excited to start his acting career in Faces of Fort Royal and the Basque Vignettes.
This is Paula’s third year working with PATH. An emerging vocal talent, Paula is 19 years old and will be starting her third year at MUN in September. She can been seen in Faces of Fort Royal, the Basque Vignettes and as Sally Keeping in the USO show. Paula is ready for a fun and musical summer at PATH!
This is Emily’s first year with PATH. She is going to Grade 11 this fall. Over the years Emily has been heavily involved with Laval’s drama program and is so excited to be continuing her love for acting with PATH.