Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver
Founding Members
Anna Hagan - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver Anthony F. Ingram - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver Bert Steinmanis - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver Valerie Sing Turner - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver T Weir - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver
Anna Hagan
An acting career which spans over 30 years, Anna has performed in Los Angeles, New York, and at the Stratford and Shaw Festivals. Her directing credits include radio drama productions for CBC, assistant director to Robin Phillips with his Young Company @ Stratford, Waiting for Godot and The Merry Wives of Windsor for Arena Theatre and for the Bardathon at Christ Church Cathedral, Anna directed Henry 1V part one, and Henry V, and acted in Julius Caesar, and The Winter's Tale. In 2001 she appeared at the World Stage Festival in Robin Phillip's acclaimed production of The Mill on the Floss.
A strong advocate for children's theatre, Anna has acted in Little Women, and Anne for Carousel Theatre.
Her film and T.V. credits are numerous and she can soon be seen in the upcoming film Judicial Indiscretion. Anna is a co-artistic director of Western Gold Theatre Company, and also a co-founder of Westend Productions.
Anthony F. Ingram
A native of Vancouver, Anthony is a graduate of both UBC and Studio 58, and has performed throughout Canada, including a season with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Grand Theatre - London, Ontario (She Stoops to Conquer), Caravan Farm Theatre (Macbeth), Rosebud Opera House, Alberta (The Foreigner), the national tour of Judith Marcuse's ICE: beyond cool, and recently toured across Canada and to San Jose, California with Electric Company's Brilliant!. Recent local credits: Madduck Equity Co-op?s Titus Andronicus, The Elephant Man (Five Bob Equity Co-op), Cloud 9 (Pak-N-Go Equity Co-op) The Front Page (Ensemble Theatre Company), Silence (Shameless Hussies), Halo and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Pacific Theatre). His directing credits include The Best Restaurant in the World Ever (Thousand Year Itch), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (Vancouver Fringe), The Sin Eater (Tumnus Tales Prods.), Private Eyes (Rorschach Equity Co-op), Beggars at the Waters of Immortality: Three One-Act Plays by W. B. Yeats (Dumb Prophet Equity Co-op) and the Canadian Premiere of Jennifer M. Hendrix's The Hungry Season (Pacific Theatre). Anthony is proud to serve on the board of PAL Vancouver.
Bert Steinmanis
Bert is thrilled to be joining together with such an eclectic group of people to present great and important theatre. Theatre acting credits: Cloud 9 (Pak-N-Go Co-op), 'Tis Pity She's A Whore and Portia, My Love (Ensemble Theatre Company), The Tempest (Mad Duck Theatre), Cyrano de Bergerac and The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui (Mentors Project), Kreskinned (Theatre Tart), and two and a half years at the bankrupted STORYEUM. Directing credits: The Seagull, Translations and Of Mice And Men (Mice and Mentors Co-op), CUT! (Slasher Co-op), The Rise And Rise Of Daniel Rocket (The ODD Group), The Apple Of Contentment and Fear (Cabbagetown Theatre Company). Film/Television: Jake 2.0 and Flush.
Valerie Sing Turner
Valerie has been a professional actor and writer for more than a decade. Though she didn?t realize it at the time, she was a pioneer in colour- and gender-blind casting when she produced, adapted and played the prince (plus an evil stepsister) in a basement production of Cinderella for her mom when she was six. A selection of her more recent theatrical credits include Quarry (Sunshine Theatre), Cloud 9 (Pak-N-Go Equity Co-op), Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare in the Rough), The Concubine?s Children (TheatreOne), Beggars at the Waters of Immortality (Dumb Prophet Equity Co-op), Fugitives (Western Theatre Conspiracy), and The Malaysia Hotel, which she also produced through her company, Visceral Visions. Valerie also co-produced the Dora-nominated premiere of The Yoko Ono Project (Loud Mouth Asian Babes) at Theatre Passe Muraille. Recent TV credits include The 4400, Alice I Think and Da Vinci?s City Hall. Valerie also does voices for animation and CBC radio dramas. An early draft of her first play, Confessions of the Other Woman, was a winner in the 2005 Solo Collective Emerging Writers Competition, and was voted the CBC Listeners? Choice from among the five pieces that were showcased. In November 2006, she had a perfectly lovely time as assistant director for the Studio 58 production of A Perfect Wedding. Her column, Scene Onstage, appears regularly in Ricepaper magazine, for which she is theatre editor, and she was recently re-elected for a second term as a member of Equity's BC/Yukon advisory.
T Weir
T Weir's acting credits include Uncle Vanya (the Chekhov Project), Cloud 9 (Pak-N-Go), Tall Tales & Wacky Whiskers (Hooked on Books); Gut Girls (Horn'd Moon), and floating around Maritime Point in Lifeboat (Construction Ink). During her tenure as Co-Artistic Director for Theatre Tart, she produced and appeared in Tit for Tat, Transit of Venus, and Kreskinned, as well as writing the one act play, To Wit to Wed to Woo. She was assistant director on The Black Tower for the Walking Fish Festival.

Associate Members
Terence Kelly - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver

Terence Kelly
Mr. Terence Kelly is an early graduate of The National Theatre School, and has distinguished himself as and Actor and Director across the country, in Theatre, Television, and film. Some of his accomplishments as a performer include - Oedipus (Oedipus Rex), John Proctor (Crucible), Tom Sergeant (Skylight) Tony (One Last Kiss), Harold (K2) which garnered a Jessie Richardson Award for Outstanding Performance), - all for The Vancouver Playhouse; - Tulliver (Mill on the Floss) at the World Stage Festival 2000 and Soulpepper Theatre, Scrooge, in Carousel's A Christmas Carol, and as Nickles in West End Production's J.B. at Christchurch Cathedral. He was last seen on stage, in the Arts Club's A Christmas Story this past December.
Mr. Kelly was founder and Artistic Director of The Arena Theatre in White Rock, where he helped to design and build a portable 300 seat theatre-in-the-round; and which produced every summer in repertory for 19 years, a fond time in his memory.
His film credits, include starring roles in: The Silencer, Chataugua Girl, and appearances in McCabe and Mrs. Miller directed by Robert Altman, Star 80 directed by Bob Fosse, Also more recently: Walking Tall, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, And Dungeon Siege On Television a few of Terence's credits include: Stargate, and Stargate Atlantis, Da Vinci's Inquest and a Vinci City Hall. He acted as series regular on: Tom Stone, Higher Ground, The Red Serge and Brother's by Choice and, was the original Constable Constable on Beachcombers.
In private life he is a proud father and Grandfather and lends a great deal of his energy to helping The Performing Arts' Lodge- PAL- a residence for the seniors of our profession.

Teryl Rothery - Tempus Theatre Company Vancouver

Teryl Rothery
Teryl was last seen on stage this past summer playing KATE in Taming of the Shrew and LOIS in Kiss Me Kate for Showcase Festival on Vancouver Island. For the past two years, she has appeared here at the JAC in Mad Duck's Production of Titus Andronicus, playing TAMORA, Queen of the Goths, and Julius Ceasarplaying CALPURNIA. Most recent film credits include a gust role and Psyche, a recurring role on KYLE XY, and a guest appearance in the latest installment of BABYLON 5. Teryl also spent seven years playing Dr. Janet Fraiser on STARGATE SG-1. You can see her on the big screen in the soon to be released supernatural thriller entitled Whisper for Universal Pictures. This is truly an honour to be part of Tempus Theatre's debut performance.


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