Marcel Stewart

I was born in Bristol England but grew up in Mississauga and Brampton. I was first hit by the theatre bug in my tenth grade drama class. From there I performed in numerous high-school productions including: Switching Places (Macho God) and Up the Down Staircase (Joe Ferrone), all of which played a part in my decision to further study theatre at Brock University.

While at Brock, I participated in such productions as: 7 Stories (Leonard), The Crucible (Andrew Carrier) – dir. by Gyllian Raby, 1837: A Farmer’s Revolt (Various Characters), Thirst (The Sailor), Unity 1918 (Michael) – dir. by Gyllian Raby. I also directed a few productions while at Brock including Shel Silverstein’s What Are You Doing In There?, and Noir: A Birthday Story, which was a One Act Play that I wrote as well. Since graduating from University in the summer of 2007 I have been working steadily in Toronto. I have worked with The PLS (Poculi Ludique Societas) on such productions as The True Tragedy of Richard III (The Crown Prince Edward V), and Ram Alley (William Smallshanks. Most recently, I worked with the Classical Theatre Project on a production of Macbeth (Ross) – dir. by Will O’Hare. I am thrilled and excited to be a part of this exceptional cast. I am very keen to get started and can’t wait to see what discoveries we make along the way!