Little Mountain Lion Productions
MATT CLARKE grew up in Vancouver and studied theatre in New York at the New Actors Workshop under directors George Morrison and Mike Nichols. He has acted in, directed, and produced plays in Vancouver. Highlights include playing Van in Dog Sees God, adapting and directing Kurt Vonnegut's The Euphio Question, and directing Noah Casey’s Playing For Advantage for the Vancouver and Edmonton Fringe Fests. He has degrees from UBC in English Literature and Scandinavian Studies, and instructs youth aged 6-18 with Arts Umbrella Theatre.
MARK FERNS is from Toronto and came to Vancouver to attend Vancouver Film School after a year of theatre at the University Of Victoria. He has performed in several plays in Vancouver including The Distance From Here, The Lieutenant Of Inishmore, Autobahn, and A Behanding in Spokane. He is also active in film and television, highlights include Supernatural and Fringe. He took to producing with Little Mountain Lion's production of Kurt Vonnegut's The Euphio Question.
JOHNNY HAMILTON comes from a background working in film, television, and theatre in the lower mainland. Born and raised in Vancouver, he’s produced over 10 shows with Little Mountain Lion, handling aspects of production ranging from production design to website maintenance. Often responsible for the overall look of productions, marketing materials, and coordinating between media outlets, he works in copy editing and graphic design. He is an alumni of Simon Fraser University, completing studies focusing on English Literature and creative writing.
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