MICHAEL LAIRD: Sound Designer Selected Sound Design credits: Once On This Island (Acting Up Stage); Annie, Cinderella, A Year with Frog and Toad, The Princess and the Handmaiden, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Wizard of Oz (YPT); Seussical (YPT/Citadel Theatre); Romeo & Juliet, Spamalot!, Sound of Music, Little Women (Citadel Theatre); God of Carnage, Clybourne Park, Stuff Happens (Studio 180/Mirvish); Our Class, The Overwhelming, Blackbird (Studio 180); Great Expectations, Barber of Seville (Soulpepper); Speaking in Tongues, Through the Leaves, Festen, Marion Bridge (Company Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Canadian Stage); A Synonym for Love (Volcano Theatre); Evil Dead: The Musical (Off B’way & Toronto); A Beautiful View (da da kamera). ADAM HARENDORF: Associate Sound Designer Adam is a sound designer based in Toronto. Select design credits include: Alligator Pie, The Cherry Orchard (Soulpepper); James and the Giant Peach (YPT); Sweeney Todd, Elf – The Musical, La Cage Aux Folles, The Jungle Book (Neptune); Lost In Yonkers, Visiting Mr. Green (HGJT); Driving Miss Daisy, Educating Rita, Third Floor (Thousand Islands Playhouse); Fool For Love (Red One Theatre); The Shepard Plays (Candles are for Burning); For The Pleasure Of Seeing Her Again (Festival Players of Prince Edward County). Adam is also a record producer who has worked with Juno award winners Jayme Stone and Mansa Sissoko, Grand Prix Du Jazz award winner Nick “Brownman” Ali, and The ElastoCitizens. He recently designed sound for the animated film Tin Canyon. MICHELLE RAMSAY: Lighting Designer Michelle is an award-winning lighting designer who works with dance, theatre and opera companies across Canada. She has designed for: Modern Times, Foo Productions, Stand Up Dance, New Harlem, Shaw Festival, Cahoots Theatre Company, Blue Ceiling Dance, fu-Gen, The Theatre Centre, Thousand Islands Playhouse, Human Cargo, 14 Factory Theatre, Theatre Rusticle, National Arts Centre, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Native Earth Performing Arts, Mirvish Productions, Theatre Passe Muraille and Tarragon Theatre. She has received five Dora Mavor Moore Awards, a SATAward and in 2008 she received the Pauline McGibbon Award. CHRISTINA SPINA: Makeup Designer Ever since she was a little girl, Christina Spina has been infatuated with the art of disguise. Introduced to horror and gore films at a young age by her two older brothers, she adored Lon Chaney’s Phantom & Boris Karloff as Frankenstein. It was only natural that Christina would grow up to be a make up artist, practicing the technique of special effects. With a Fine Art background in Sculpture, Christina has found a happy balance between her two passions; beauty and gore. As an established artist living in the city of Toronto, the OCAD Alumni has had several art shows, produced memorable sculptures and installations, leaving her crowds thoroughly entertained. As an artist in the film, television, and theatre worlds, her theatre credits include Evil Dead The Musical, and Night of the Living Dead Live. CHRISTINA CICKO: Stage Manager Christina Cicko is thrilled to be working on Cannibal! The Musical! Christina stage managed five The Second City Toronto mainstage revues, including Rebel Without A Cosmos, Dora nominated Sixteen Scandals and The Memeing of Life. She also spent five years stage managing their Touring Company and family shows. Selected Second City tours include iLove, Miracle on Mercer Street and Facebook of Revelations. Other selected credits include: U.S. National Tour of Susanna Hamnett’s Nearly Lear, Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, The National Theatre of the World’s Impromptu Splendor and Script Tease Project; a US National Tour of Stellaluna. Christina would like to thank Christopher, Corey, Jessica and the entire Cannibal team for making this production divertido! A special thank you to Kathleen for her continuing support.