NOW Magazine’s artist to watch at 2019 Fringe.
Charlotte Moore has been a staple of the Canadian Musical Theatre for over three decades, and has just returned from Jerusalem where she appeared as Mother in Soul Doctor – the life and times of Shlomo Charlebach. She has been a champion of new Canadian Musical Theatre Work for her entire career. Favourite roles include: Betty Fox in Marathon of Hope, Mrs Johnstone in Blood Brothers, Miss Hannigan in Annie, Sally Bowles and Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret (30 years apart), Mama Rose and Louise in Gypsy (18 years apart), Fantine in Les Miserables (National Tour with Craig Shulman), 3 Seasons with the Shaw Festival, and 9 with Charlottetown (most recently as Marilla Cuthbert). For the Mirvishes she has also appeared in the Original Canadian Cast of Hairspray, and as Auntie Em in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Wizard Of Oz. She is a Dora Mavor Moore Award Winner for Janet in The Rocky Horror Show.
Denise Norman has frequently performed in new Canadian plays including Dean Burry’s one person musical Sweetheart; the Mary Pickford Story; little Pricks; and Lilith which she wrote and performed for the Toronto Fringe. Denise has either performed in or directed over 20 Fringe shows.
Favourite performances also include Isabella from Measure for Measure; Katisha in The Mikado; and Martha in The Vile Governess. She is also member of the acapella trio Daughters of The Rock (Newfoundland folk music), and has been teaching in Theatre Departments for a very long time.