Brad Simkulet

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Brad Simkulet is making his Winnipeg theatre début with Merlyn Productions, having recently relocated from Prince Edward Island with his family.

Brad has been involved in theatre for decades. He was lucky enough to play wonderful roles in the US premières of two major works: as Algernon in Oscar Wilde's four-act “The Importance of Being Earnest”, and as Mr. Darcy in Christine Calvert's “Pride and Prejudice”. He has also served as the Artistic Director of The Shakespeare Company in Calgary, and the Corbomite Players in Jacksonville, Florida.

Brad has written many plays and screenplays, and even worked backstage for a number of talented directors. He is excited to take part in his first Winnipeg Fringe Festival!

Last Updated: July 17, 2019
For Production: ALADDIN
Status: General MemberJoined: April 22, 2019Seasons: 0
Productions: 0On Stage: 0On Staff/Crew: 0

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