BRUCE RAYFUSE is making his fourth appearance at Kanata Theatre. In the 2010-2011 season, he appeared as Dr. William Bingham in Having Hope at Home and as Dr. Walter Stone in A Few Good Men. In the 2012-2013 season, he appeared as Dr. Finache in A Flea in Her Ear. Bruce had also acted in Glebe Neighbourhood Theatre and the Fringe Festival productions. He has taken adult acting courses at the Ottawa School of Speech and Drama and The Acting Company.
From the program for Having Hope at Home:
BRUCE RAYFUSE (Bill Bingham) is thrilled to be making his on-stage debut at Kanata Theatre. A new member of Kanata Theatre, he has done “front of house” volunteer work in previous productions. His last acting credit was as Malvolio in the Glebe Neighbourhood Theatre production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. He wishes to thank his family for their support during this production.
From the program for A Flea in Her Ear
Bruce Rrayfuse (Dr. Finache) is making his third appearance in a Kanata Theatre production, further solidifying his role as the “house doctor” at the Ron Maslin Playhouse. In the 2010-2011 season he played Dr. William Bingham in Having Hope at Home and Dr. Walter Stone in A Few Good Men. He has also appeared as Malvolio in Twelfth Night and as Jacob Marley’s ghost in A Christmas Carol at the Glebe Neighbourhood Theatre. He has studied some acting (but not medicine) at the Ottawa School of Speech and Drama.