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'''Dana Puddicombe''' is an actress and writer originally from Newfoundland.
  
Dana is an actress and writer originally from Newfoundland. Dana is a graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland with a BFA in Fine Arts Theatre. She was the recipient of The Maxim Mazumdar Scholarship and The Tommy Sexton Memorial Scholarship. She was the Theatre representative for Newfoundland and Labrador for The National Arts Program in conjunction with the 2001 Canada Games.
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==About==
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Puddicombe has a BFA in Fine Arts Theatre from Memorial University of Newfoundland.  
  
==Credits==
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She has worked with RCA, c2c, White Rooster, The Gros Morne Theatre Festival, Jack 5 Oh! Productions, Lyndesfarne Theatre Projects, [[Magnetic North Theatre Festival]], and [[SummerWorks Performance Festival]]. She writes stories for her blog Roxy Moss and has performed her own comedy writing at The Comedy Bar and for CBC Radio.
Television and Radio credits include Republic of Doyle (CBC), Rookie Blue (Global/ ABC), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC) and Afghanada (CBC Radio), and she played Georgia Drew for 3 seasons on the web series B.J Fletcher: Private Eye (Bee Charmer Productions). She has a BFA from Memorial University of Newfoundland and has had the pleasure of working with RCA, c2c, White Rooster, The Gros Morne Theatre Festival, Jack 5 Oh! Productions, Lyndesfarne Theatre Projects, The Magnetic North and SummerWorks Theatre Festivals. She writes stories for her blog Roxy Moss and has performed her own comedy writing at The Comedy Bar and for CBC Radio.
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In 2015, Dana played Jenny in George F. Walkers' Dead Metaphor at Theatre Aquarius, followed by a collaboration with Crazy Lady Productions to bring two Premiere George F. Walker plays to the stage of Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto. Parents Night (Toronto Premiere) and The Bigger Issue (World Premiere) are a double bill that are part of a series of real-time Walker plays set in classrooms and focused on the dynamics and struggles between parents and teachers.
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In 2015, Puddicome played Jenny in [[George F. Walker]]'s ''Dead Metaphor'' at Theatre Aquarius, followed by a collaboration with Crazy Lady Productions to bring two premiere George F. Walker plays to the stage of [[Theatre Passe Muraille]] in Toronto. Parents Night (Toronto premiere) and The Bigger Issue (world premiere) are a double bill that are part of a series of real-time Walker plays set in classrooms and focused on the dynamics and struggles between parents and teachers.
  
==Links==
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She was the recipient of the Maxim Mazumdar Scholarship and the Tommy Sexton Memorial Scholarship. She was the Theatre representative for Newfoundland and Labrador for the National Arts Program in conjunction with the 2001 Canada Games.
[http://www.roxymoss.com www.roxymoss.com]
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==Television and Radio==
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*Republic of Doyle (CBC)
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*Rookie Blue (Global/ ABC)
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*Murdoch Mysteries (CBC)
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*Afghanada (CBC Radio)
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*Georgia Drew on the web series B.J Fletcher: Private Eye (Bee Charmer Productions)
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.roxymoss.com www.roxymoss.com]
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[[Category:Artists]]

Latest revision as of 18:57, 8 March 2015

Dana Puddicombe is an actress and writer originally from Newfoundland.

About

Puddicombe has a BFA in Fine Arts Theatre from Memorial University of Newfoundland.

She has worked with RCA, c2c, White Rooster, The Gros Morne Theatre Festival, Jack 5 Oh! Productions, Lyndesfarne Theatre Projects, Magnetic North Theatre Festival, and SummerWorks Performance Festival. She writes stories for her blog Roxy Moss and has performed her own comedy writing at The Comedy Bar and for CBC Radio.

In 2015, Puddicome played Jenny in George F. Walker's Dead Metaphor at Theatre Aquarius, followed by a collaboration with Crazy Lady Productions to bring two premiere George F. Walker plays to the stage of Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto. Parents Night (Toronto premiere) and The Bigger Issue (world premiere) are a double bill that are part of a series of real-time Walker plays set in classrooms and focused on the dynamics and struggles between parents and teachers.

She was the recipient of the Maxim Mazumdar Scholarship and the Tommy Sexton Memorial Scholarship. She was the Theatre representative for Newfoundland and Labrador for the National Arts Program in conjunction with the 2001 Canada Games.

Television and Radio

  • Republic of Doyle (CBC)
  • Rookie Blue (Global/ ABC)
  • Murdoch Mysteries (CBC)
  • Afghanada (CBC Radio)
  • Georgia Drew on the web series B.J Fletcher: Private Eye (Bee Charmer Productions)

External Links