Morgan is a Canterbury Dance Program graduate and was last seen on stage in Bare A Pop Opera (ToToToo) and backstage as the Choreographer for Priscilla Queen of the Desert (OMTS). He has been doing theatre for 13 years now and was a competitive dancer most of his life. He is also the Vice President on the board of directors for Lost Baggage Musical Theatre. Morgan is so excited to be able to return to the stage after this crazy time and to bring the role of “Chaz” to life yet again 2 years later. He hopes that everyone is staying happy and healthy and that you enjoy the show!
Piano and Bass
Alex is so incredibly excited to be performing with Lost Baggage again as Dylan in this incredible production, having last performed in The History of Love: on Broadway this past February! Select performance credits include Love and Human Remains (Toto Too), Treasure Island (Kanata Theatre), Play On! (Lakeside Players), Overgrowth (Digi60, Awarded Best Acting), and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Kanata Theatre), which he also directed. When not found rehearsing for a performance onstage, he can be found working backstage (currently he is sitting on the Board of Directors for Toto Too), and working as an independent photographer. He wants to thank you for supporting the arts in these uncertain times, and encourages you to (safely) keep seeing local theatre!
Something about New York is Joseph’s debut with Lost Baggage Musical Theatre, however he shares this stage with some dear friends from his most recent pre-covid production of Bare: A Pop Opera (Toto Too), where he performed as the Priest.
Treasured roles Joseph has performed include Marvin in Falsettos (Orpheus), Clifford Bradshaw in Cabaret (Suzart), Javert, Les Miserables (ASNY), Nanki-Poo, The Mikado (Savoy) and executing the title role in Sweeney Todd, the demon Barber of Fleet Street (Suzart).
Joseph is very grateful for musical theatre giving him an outlet to stay connected to the local community and communicate values he supports in the real world. Joseph says “your patronage to the arts feeds creative minds fighting for continued positive change. Thank you for being a part of it!”