Playing For Advantage

Presented by If You Can’t Beat ‘Em Productions – Toronto, Ontario Written by Noah Casey, Directed by Matt Clarke

4.5 Stars Edmonton Sun
4.5 Stars Uptown Magazine
100% Sold Out Vancouver
Prix-Rideau Nominated & Held-over in Ottawa
"Sharp, witty...powerfully true" Plank Magazine
"More helpful than all the dating tips you'll find," CBC
"seating sweet spot is in the back row...of couples exchanging glances...when the material hits close to home." Winnipeg Free Press

Noah Benjamin

Noah’s training began with Barb Barker in Vancouver, and continued with Kate Bligh (National Theatre School) and Phillippe Libert (Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company) Montreal. After a successful national tour in the Fringe with Black Sheep Theatre’s The Root of All Squares, he decided he should “really” learn to act, and began training privately with Matthew Harrison (Actor’s Foundry). He was admitted to an MFA program at the University of Northern Illinois where he trained with Kathryn Gately. After all of that training, he tried to quit acting, then relapsed, and has wound up back on stage. He lives in Toronto and auditions a lot. This is Noah’s first attempt at playwriting. Thanks to Kirsten for the difficult task of working with him! 


Kirsten Kilburn 

Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Kirsten has recently relocated to New York. Some of her favorite productions while working in Vancouver include Alice in Closer (Paige 18 Productions),Candy in Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love (Twenty Something Theatre),and Simone in The Baker's Wife (Applause Musicals). She also enjoyed roles on many television productions including Mr.Young (Disney/YTV), Supernatural (CW Network), and Kaya (MTV).

Since moving to New York, Kirsten has continued her studies at Deena Levy Studios and enjoys her voice work with Ron Shetler at Shetler Studios. Kirsten is thrilled to be working with friend (and essentially, family member) Noah Casey and would like to thank him for the fantastic opportunity. Enjoy the show!


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