Alison Smyth

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Alison Smyth
Born Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actor, Singer, Director
Years active 2004–present

Alison Smyth is a professional actor/singer/dancer from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada who trained in vocal performance at The Glenn Gould School in Toronto from 2001 until 2004. Miss Smyth is a member of Canadian Actors' Equity Association (CAEA) and ACTRA.[citation needed]

Performances[edit]

Theatrical Performances[edit]

Performance Role Producer/Director
Test Drive Dorothy & others Festival Players of Prince Edward County/Sarah Phillips
Evil Dead: The Musical Cheryl Starvox Entertainment/Christopher Bond
Head A Tete Yves Magnus Theatre/Lila Cano
The Day Billy Lived Rebecca & others Magnus Theatre/Lila Cano
The Miracle Man Little André Renaissance Theatre/Eda Holmes
Anne of Avonlea Josie Pye Sullivan Entertainment/Kevin Sullivan
Jersey Boys Francine Valli Dancap Productions/Des McAnuff
Evil Dead: The Musical Cheryl Latimer Entertainment/Christopher Bond
Anne of Green Gables - The Musical Diana Barry The Charlottetown Festival/Anne Allan
Hairspray Shelley/ Tracy understudy Mirvish Productions/Jack O'Brien

Film Performances[edit]

Performance Role Producer/Director
Hairspray Auditionee New Line Cinema/Adam Shankman

Productions Directed[edit]

Production Company Location
Little Women (musical) No Strings Theatre Toronto Centre for the Arts
Anne of Green Gables - The Musical No Strings Theatre Toronto Centre for the Arts

Awards[edit]

Best Actress in a Featured Role (Jersey Boys) - 2010 Broadwayworld.com Toronto Awards

Arts & Literature - 1999 Spirit of the Capital Awards

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