It Takes Two To Carry A Stretcher: A Letter To Mother From The Trenches
COMING IN SUMMER 2019
Mark will appear in the leading role of Bill O Brien in the Terra Bruce production of the new exciting musical, No Change in the Weather. This show will tour throughout Canada with performances in St. Johns, Corner brook, Kitchener, Hamilton, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and the St. Lawrence Centre Toronto.
COMING IN SUMMER 2016
Globus Theatre Bobcaygeon and Irish Stage Company present a remount of Marie Jones award winning Play “Stones in His Pockets”. For details visit the theatre website.
In November 2015 at the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto, Mark will produce and star in Marie Jones Olivier’s award-winning, Tony nominated comedy, Stones in His Pockets. To learn more and/or purchase tickets, visit https://stonesinhispockets.ca.
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In July and August, Mark will appear in Globus Theatre, Bobcaygeon in Michael Wilmot’s hilarious comedy, No Tell Motel. Check out the Globus website for details.
Mark will appear in the new Adam Sandler film Pixels to be released in 2015.
He will also return to the LAB in Bobcaygeon in November 2014 to reprise his performance in the hugely popular
Sunshine Express. For more information on this show, visit the Globus Theatre’s website.
April 16, 2014
Mark will perform his one man show Is This Love? as part of the Stratford Springworks Festival on May 9th and 17th. Visit the Springworks Festival website for more details.
Also, Mark is appearing in Cart/Horse production of A Number by Caryl Churchill as part of the Playwright Project on April 23 till May 3rd. For more information, visit Playwright Project’s website.
Coming to Bobcaygeon, Mark is performing in Separate Beds by Mary Cruse in July 2014. For more information, visit Lakeview Warts Barn’s website.
Pompeii – February, 2014
Coming in February, 2014, see Mark’s cameo performance as a Roman ship captain in Paul Anderson’s highly anticipated 3D blockbuster, Pompeii. The historical account of the destruction of the great Roman city of Pompeii.
Is This Love?
Mark has written and produced a one man live performance piece, Is This Love?, examining the power and effect of love through the spoken word and song. Work shopped in 2012, it was performed at the Cameron House in August, 2013. Watch this spage for a notice of future productions, or send an email to email@example.com for notification of his performances.
IS THIS LOVE? to play at Cameron House
A one act performance exploring the nature of love through Anglo-Irish verse, song, humour and personal anecdotes.
Created and performed by Mark Whelan
Featuring Jim Mallen on Guitar
Sunday 25th/Monday 26th August 2013
408 Queen St. West (just west of Spadina)
Tickets $15 cash only
Limited number of tickets available.