Much Ado About Nothing

Shalyn McFaul turns around the throw away role of Antonia (usually Antonio) and delivers one of the most moving scenes in the play with real tears in her eyes. –


Boeing Boeing

2015/2016 Season Subscribers’ Choice award winner as Favourite Leading Performance by a Woman

“The play’s incredibly comedic writing is matched only by the cast’s stellar performances… Shalyn McFaul takes command of a lot of the show’s physical comedy as brutish German flight attendant and third fiancée, Gretchen.” – The Varsity

“McFaul has the most outrageous fun simmering in a sexual heat, backed up by some serious muscle and a bodacious bosom….(Anderei Preda’s) pas de deux with McFaul is outrageously ridiculous, sort-of hot, and added suspense to the waves of laughter…” – Drew Rowsome

“McFaul, as the busty, romantically-aggressive and sexually-suggestive German, was hilarious as she man-handled Robert with some excellent stage combat skills which really had the audience laughing.” – Mooney on Theatre

The Winter’s Tale

“Shalyn McFaul, and John Fleming were excellent in their comedic interactions during the festivities for Perdita.” –

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