Catherine Rainville can’t believe that this is truly happening. It is incredibly amazing to be working alongside her father and her brother for the first time and, to top it all off, be surrounded by a hugely talented company. Catherine has spent the last 3 years wearing a few different creative hats. Most recently she directed Hamlet with Shakespeare BASH’d at the Monarch Tavern in Toronto. Other BASH’d credits include: Cardinal Pandaulph in King John, Co Director for Merry Wives of Windsor, The Widow in Taming of the Shrew, and Katherine in Love’s Labour’s Lost. More Shakespeare: Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, and Viola and Sebastian in Twelfth Night with the Classical theatre Project. As a set and costume designer: reasons to be pretty with Theatre Caravel and assisting on The Public Servant with Common Boots Theatre at the undercurrents festival at the Great Canadian Theatre Company. She also performed at the GCTC as Lauren in Circle Mirror Transformation. Love to Pat for letting her fly away for a few months and endlessly supporting her.