Amanda Trapp (Performer) is a born and raised prairie kid, an actor, singer, dancer, composer, theatre educator, musician, and a proud Hufflepuff. She’s also a 2016 Honours graduate of the Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Performance Program. Previous appearances: Sunday in the Park with George, The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz, and Sweet Charity (Sheridan); Chickens, Volstead Blues, The Odd Couple, Dog Barked, and Fitz! Happens (Souris Valley Theatre); The Crucible (Toronto).
Kenn McLeod (Director/Stage Manager) is a director, performer, and educator. He holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Regina and an MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He also spends time as a puppeteer, physical theatre performer, improviser, and Clown. He is Artistic Director of both Hectik Theatre (Regina) and Souris Valley Theatre (Estevan), a founding member of the Prairie Puppet Underground, and very proud to be a Saskatchewan Artist.
Maureen Ulrich (Writer/Producer) is the author of a YA female hockey trilogy – Power Plays, Face Off, Breakaway (Coteau Books). Although she has written over thirty scripts, Diamond Girls is her first stab at a one-woman show. Thank you Randy for making me fall in love with baseball (and you!) all those years ago.
William Hales (Technical Director) fell in love with baseball watching Lou Brock and Bob Gibson leading the St. Louis Cardinals to victory in the 1967 World Series. His desire to be a professional baseball player was much greater than his talent. He found another passion in theatre that has led to a 40-year career as a lighting designer, stage manager, technical director and now head of the University of Regina Theatre Department.