Alison Woolridge

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Alison Woolridge is a singer and actor who has worked in theatres in Canada, the United States, and Ireland. She is based in St. John's, NL.

Alison, a singer and actor, has worked in theatres across Canada, the United States and Ireland. She was with the Shaw Festival for six seasons and the Toronto company of Mamma Mia (Mirvish) for three and a half years. Alison has done a number of radio plays for the CBC. She has originated several new Canadian musicals and recently directed Girl Meets Tuba. Woolridge joins the National Arts Centre's 2015/16 National Ensemble in Ottawa.

Theatre Credits

Colony of Unrequited Dreams, Under Wraps, Oil and Water (Artistic Fraud); Tartuffe, Richard III (NWTP); Henry V, Merry Wives of Windsor (Perchance Theatre): A Beautiful View (C2C); Educating Rita, Trafford Tanzi (Rising Tide); Makin’ Time With the Yanks, High Steel (RCA Theatre), The Winslow Boy, The Glorious 12th, 1949, Fiddler On The Roof (Neptune); John Bull’s Other Island, Hobson’s Choice, The Front Page, The Voice Of The Turtle, You Can’t Take It With You (Shaw Festival), Jacques Brel (TNL); Les Belles Soeurs, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar (Stephenville Festival); When We Were Singing (Buddies In Bad Times).

Film & Television Credits

Street Legal, Republic of Doyle (CBC), PSI Factor (Atlantis), and the documentary Danny (NFB)