Goldie Garratt

Role: Dylan
Categories: Saving Graceland

Goldie-Jack Happy Hazel Garratt lives in Bayfield, Ontario where she loves spending time reading, drawing, dancing, sewing, jumping on the trampoline, and playing the harp. She really enjoys hanging out with her siblings, Ghid, Gulliver, and Gloria, as well as being an extremely great helper on their farm. She is very excited to be making her Blyth Festival debut this season before starting Grade 3 in September! 

Goldie Garratt

Dylan

Goldie-Jack Happy Hazel Garratt lives in Bayfield, Ontario where she...

Caroline Gillis

Role: Orillia
Categories: Saving Graceland

Caroline is very happy to return to the Blyth Festival where she was last seen in Cake Walk and In the Wake of Wetlaufer. Previous shows at the festival include Leaving Home, Anne and Barnboozled among others.  She was most recently seen in Queen Maeve (Here for Now Theatre) and Draw Me Close (Soulpepper Theatre/NFB). Other credits include: New Magic Valley Fun Town (Prairie Theatre Exchange/Tarragon/Neptune), Innocence Lost (Soulpepper Theatre), Alice Munro Stories (Belfry Theatre) and Liv Stein (Canadian Stage). She has appeared in theatres across Canada including the National Arts Centre and the Stratford Festival

Caroline Gillis

Orillia

Caroline is very happy to return to the Blyth Festival...

Amy Keating

Role: Lauren
Categories: Saving Graceland

Amy is a settler of Irish and Scottish descent from Treaty 6 territory in the Prairies. She’s a Dora Award-winning actor, and founding member and Artistic Associate of Outside the March in Toronto. Amy is delighted to return to Blyth after playing Clair in The Chronicles of Sarnia last year. Fave theatre: Trojan Girls; The Flick; Mr. Marmalade (OtM); Cathleen in Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Stratford); Laura in The Glass Menagerie (The Grand); Claudia in I, Claudia (TiFT). Fave TV credits: Ginny & Georgia (Netflix); Reacher (Prime); Murdoch Mysteries (CBC).
Thanks to Gil and the Festival for inviting her back, and love to her family, her partner Mitchell, and her cats Rosencatz and Guildenpurr.

Amy Keating

Lauren

Amy is a settler of Irish and Scottish descent from...

Cameron Laurie

Cameron Laurie

Role: Ben
Categories: Saving Graceland

Cameron is thrilled to return home to Blyth for another season. His past Blyth credits include last season’s The Donnellys: A Trilogy,  as well as The Drawer Boy and Our Beautiful Sons: Remembering Matthew Dinning. Cameron is also a Founder and Artistic Leader of The Howland Company, where he has performed in a number of shows including Heroes of the Fourth Turning, Prodigal, Three Sisters, Punk Rock and Casimir & Caroline, for which he won a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Ensemble. Cameron wants to thank Gil and Rachael and the whole Blyth team.

 

Cameron Laurie

Ben

Cameron is thrilled to return home to Blyth for another...

J.D. Nicholsen

Role: Gordon
Categories: Saving Graceland

For Blyth: 9th season; Barn Dance Live, Death of the Hired Man, Dear Johnny Deere (for which he won the Calgary Critics Award), Billy Bishop Goes to War, St. Anne’s Reel, If Truth Be Told, Our Beautiful Sons: The Matthew Dinning Story, and The Pigeon King, which also ran at The National Arts Centre;. Appeared in the title role for the Blyth Festival/Charlottetown Festival co-production of The Ballad of Stompin’ Tom. Jack made his directorial debut at Blyth Festival with Jewel in 2021. A professional actor and musician spanning 40 years, Jack has appeared on stages in every major city and countless towns in all provinces. He has 100+ stage, film, and television roles to his credit. He is a guitarist, singer and songwriter in two bands; The Cameron Family Singers and Regal Road (featuring members of The Pigeon King collective). He dreams of performing in the north. Jack is honoured to be in Blyth for the 50th season with it’s engaged theatre community, and to play in two world premieres in one of Canada’s most innovative and important theatres. 

J.D. Nicholsen

Gordon

For Blyth: 9th season; Barn Dance Live, Death of the...