Kyra is entering her third year at the University of Windsor pursuing her BFA in Acting. She has worked for the University of Windsor as a hair and makeup artist over the past year, and will be returning as the head hair and makeup artist for Mr. Burns a Post-Electric Play and Love and Information in the University’s upcoming season. She worked alongside Jacqueline Karabatsos in creating the costumes for Henry V, and is thrilled that her love for theatre, history, and costuming could be combined into one all-female project. I would like to extend the most love and incredible thanks to Olivia for showing me endless love and support; As well as to my Mom, my Dad, Kyle, Kyna, and Jeremy for being so loving and encouraging - I love you all dearly. And finally, the biggest thank you to Miriam for including me in this crazy, beautiful process. This has been an incredible journey.
Jacqueline is entering her fourth year at the University of Windsor to complete her BFA in Acting. She’s been a stitcher for University Players for three years now, and has costumed more than half a dozen shows, and was the lead designer for productions of A Doll’s House and Colours in the Storm. She’s passionate about theatre and history, and this all-female, Napoleonic-era production has been a joy to create. She hopes her pieces have helped the actors fill their characters and play within their world. Huge thanks to Melissa, Celeste, Avery, Chris, Jeremy, and Olivia for their help, and to Marina for all her work! The biggest thanks goes to Kyra, without her none of this would have been possible. There are too many people to name to thank for their endless support and love - this project has proven that there are always people in your corner who will support the love of theatre anyway they can. Last, but never least, all my love and thanks to Brady, Mom, Dad, and Sophia. It’s been a wonderful ride.