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Last Updated: 03-Mar-14 08:27

Rob Herriot - Baldy/Carson
Rob Herriot’s return to performing is due solely to his role (Pirelli) in Dry Cold’s  Sweeney Todd  and Rainbow Stage’s Annie  in 2012, both directed by Donna Fletcher. He is now thrilled to be taking part in Dry Cold’s A Man of No Importance.

Primarily a stage director, his busy schedule has included productions of of Little Women (Dry Cold),  Don Pasquale, Rigoletto, Lucia di Lammermoor , La Boheme, Carmen  (Manitoba Opera), La Traviata (Opera Hamilton), Carmen (Arizona Opera), Don Pasquale (Opera Hamilton, Connecticut Opera, and Utah Opera) Pirates of Penzance, La Fille Du Regiment, HMS Pinafore,Tosca and The Mikado (Edmonton Opera) , Barber of Seville , La Boheme and Pirates of Penzance(Calgary Opera). He has also been acted as a director/instructor at Opera Nuova in Edmonton, directing productions of Don Giovanni and Beatrice and Benedict.  Rob joined Wilfed Laurier University last year as stage director for their production of The Marriage of Figaro. Other productions include Albert Herring, Marriage of Figaro, Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicci, Susanna’s Secret and The Spanish Hour.

Rob is ever grateful to Dry Cold Productions for giving so many young talented people opportunities to learn their craft. He is even more grateful to them for giving him back his love of performing.