BARBARA LYNNE DUNNETT
Barbara worked behind the scenes at the Domino Theatre for several years before being cast in a number of plays, notably Rose in Domino’s production of The Last Romance, and recently in the production of Quartet. She is pleased to be part of such a wonderful group of performers who are dedicated to their craft and who inspire her to grow as an actor.
is pleased and delighted to be involved in another Mr Spot Mysteries
Having been involved in a number of plays over decades, he has finally reached the pinnacle of his illustrious, thespian career by playing an aging "soap star" turned director in The Doomed & the Reckless on Consternation Street -- the new 2021 production. Ahh... the intoxicating affect of absolute power. Have fun and enjoy the show!
Genevieve writes all the original Mr Spot Mysteries scripts, and has appeared in every performance since launching the company in 2013. Genevieve’s background is in marketing and advertising, and she's worked for a diverse group of national companies with head offices in Toronto. Her interest in acting led her to take classes at Second City, the Leah Posluns Theatre School and George Brown College. Her performances with Mysteriously Yours in Toronto provided the experience needed to write and produce murder mysteries. Her goal: put on a first class show so that you’ll come back for the next one… and she’s pleased that many Mr Spot guests are repeat customers!
Martin is thrilled to be part of Mr Spot Mysteries and would like to thank our dinner guests for supporting the show. Martin grew up in Kingston and is no stranger to the theatre. He most recently appeared in King's Town Players’ production of What the Butler Saw. Martin has also done several productions with Domino Theatre, including Arsenic and Old Lace, Bedside Manners and Bedtime Stories. Martin is very happy to be bringing the Mr Spot Mysteries dinner show to life and hopes the audience enjoys the show as much as he has enjoyed being part of it. You can follow Martin on Twitter!!... Actually no, you can't, he's not on Twitter but you can find him on Facebook. Enjoy the show!
Melissa has been acting for over 12 years, and in the Kingston community for 4 years now. She’s worked with Crystal Amazement, King’s Town Players, the Domino Theatre, and many more! Melissa’s appeared in several short films, and recently made her voice acting debut in The Canterville Ghost with Bleak December. She loves performing with Mr Spot Mysteries and interacting with the audience. Her objective is to make you laugh in whatever role she’s in!
Jordan is a biology and drama student at Queen's University. Since his debut in Kingston theatre with Fifth Company Lane in “Afterimage” by Robert Chafe, Jordan has worked with numerous theatre companies performing Shakespeare (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Queen's Vagabond Theatre), musical theatre (“Man of La Mancha”, “Legally Blonde” with Blue Canoe), and the cult science fiction musical “Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens” (Crystal Amazement) to name a few. Jordan is the co-founder and co-artistic director of Studio 013 Theatre. His credits with Studio 013 include playing the role of Jan in “FRUIT” by Tyler Mathews, and directing “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller and “The Boogeyman” by Tyler Mathews. Jordan’s Mr Spot Mysteries debut was as Alex Johnsson in the Sir John A Mega Theme Park Mystery, and he’s since played the roles of Christof Poutine and Benjamin S. Quirt.
Christine has a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Drama and a Bachelor of Education. She's the founder of the Not So Amateur Amateurs, a non-profit theatre company in Kingston. She writes and co-directs for the company. She's directed 300+ productions, and written/directed a piece which debuted on Parliament Hill for Justin Trudeau as well as senators and dignitaries. She is an award-winning playwright and writer, and her theatre pieces are published all over the world with six different publishing companies. She has written over 60 theatre pieces including full-length plays and a one-act musical. As a teacher, she's organized drama clubs, taught drama at schools from Toronto to Gananoque, and instructed drama workshops for several organizations including Queen's University. In addition, she's been in commercials and short films, and modeled in print ads. She's performed in Kingston’s Standardized Patient program for over 10 years, and is a collective owner and actor in the Spotlight Surfers, a traveling acting troupe that has performed at birthday parties, schools, City of Kingston events, and the Kingston Buskers Festival.