Tom Lillington - Composer/Musical Director
Tom Lillington is a Toronto area vocalist, pianist, arranger and composer. He was a founding member of the renowned Nathaniel Dett Chorale, and has sang with Hampton Avenue, The Canadian Chamber Choir, and Retrocity. His bass voice can be heard singing in many recordings, jingles, soundtracks and sound installations including The Spirit House at the ROM’s Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. He began collaborating with Driftwood Theatre in 2002 with Kevin Fox, and has also composed three projects solo for Driftwood – King Lear, The Comedy of Errors and Twelfth Night.
D. Jeremy Smith - Director & Scenic Designer
For Driftwood Theatre: Jeremy is Driftwood’s founder and Artistic & General Director. He has directed, performed in, designed and painted over 25 productions for the company.
Theatre Credits (selected): Northern Lights, Eastern Fire (Canadian Sinfonietta), Memorial (Next Step Productions), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Odyssey (The Grand Theatre), Sherlock Holmes, The Hobbit (Assistant Director, The Grand Theatre), Eight Ball (Humber River Shakespeare), Cadence: Live Concert (a capella ensemble CD release concert & North American tour), The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) (Sansanus Productions), Pélagie (Assistant Director, Canadian Stage/National Arts Centre). Dragon in the Rocks (Production Designer, Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus), Scenic Artist for Onegin, West Side Story, Wolf’s Court, Italian Straw Hat, Don Quixote (Scenic Artist, The National Ballet of Canada), The Clockmaker, Molière, Wild Mouth, The Dishwashers (Scenic Artist, Tarragon Theatre), Intern General Manager, Canadian Stage, 2002-03.