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Full Cast &  Creatives of Tell Tale Harbour:

Lindsay Kyte

Playwright of Dear Rita
Raised in: Cape Breton, NS
For the Centre: Debut
Theatre: Playwright – Tompkinsville (EFT; Oakville Centre); Toronto Adventures (Festival Antigonish; Grand Bank), Actor (TNB; Classic Theatre; Festival Antigonish)
TV/Film: Writer/Researcher (Cash Cab; Animania) Actor/Journalist (Murdoch Mysteries; You Can DO It!; DNTO) Rita MacNeil’s songs are the musical prayers of our people. Thank you, Wade Langham, for the honour of telling this story.

Shaina Silver-Baird

BASED IN: Tkaronto/Toronto, ON FOR THE CENTRE: Debut. Shaina is a Dora-award winning actor, musician, writer, and songwriter. FAVOURITE ACTING ROLES INCLUDE: Charlotte (Charlotte: A Tri-Colour Play with Music – Theaturtle, European Tour); Juliet (Romeo & Juliet – Citadel Theatre); Toba (Chasse Galerie – Soulpepper/Storefront Theatre, MyTheatre Award Nomination Outstanding Performance/ Dora Award-Best Ensemble). She is also the lead singer/songwriter for electro-pop band Ghost Caravan (CBC song of the week). UPCOMING: she will be co-writing and starring in new digital series Less Than Kosher (Filmcoop/ HighballTV). — @shainasb

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