Dan Gibbins


TitlePremiere                Awards
The Amazing and Almost Accurate Adventures of Trigger Dandy (w/ Jason Garred, Sean Taverner)1997
Two Guys, a Couch, and the Fate of the World (w/ Jason Garred)1998
Date With and Angel, Coffee With the Devil1998
Illuminati in Love1998
Apocalypse Soonish1999
Pride and Prima Donnas2000
Forging the Team2000
The Death and Life of Lethargic Lad (w/ Christopher Munroe)2000
At the Gates2002Outstanding Original Script, Pumphouse One-act Festival
Enbridge Emerging Artist Award
The Course of True Love and the Curse of the Jade Monkey2002
Heracles: the Mythologically Accurate Adventures2004
The Spy Who Left Me2005Nominated for Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
U-Boat of the Soul2005Nominated for Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
The Very Long Night of Tyler and Selena2006
Quarter-Century2006Nominated for Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Dying on Stage2008Nominated for Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Lost Time2009Nominated for Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Writers’ Circle2010Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Fix Everything2011Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Grandad Was a Soldier2013Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Writers’ Circle: The Series2015Recipient, Award of Recognition: Webisode, IndieFEST 2016
Blood of the Red Queen2015
Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Conventional Lunacy2015
Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards
Puss and Boots: The Master Cat2015
Hansel and Gretel: Forest Detectives2016
Peter Pan and the Secret Key2017
Peter Pan and the Fairy’s Tale2018
Blood of the Red Queen: Citizen Smee2019Recipient, Outstanding Original Script, Calgary ACTS Cat Awards


A Little Murder Never Hurt Anyone2018Morpheus Theatre
Love Song2016Scorpio Theatre
Frost/Nixon2014Scorpio Theatre
Who Knows2014Scorpio Theatre
Ars Poetica2013Scorpio Theatre
Alice’s Adventures in “Wonderland”2012Scorpio Theatre
Fix Everything2011Scorpio Theatre
Writers’ Circle2010Scorpio Theatre

Keith Kollee


Transcendence (Short Film)2008
Writers’ Circle: The Series2015Recipient, Award of Recognition: Webisode, IndieFEST 2016


One In the Back, Two In the Head2000University of Lethbridge
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead2001Bearspaw Community Theatre
Transcendence (Short Film)2008A Murder of Crows
Reservoir Dogs2014Scorpio Theatre
Writers’ Circle: The Series2015Writing Therapy Productions
Zastrozzi: Master of Discipline2017Scorpio Theatre
Night of the Living Dead: Live!2019Scorpio Theatre


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theatre — University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge, Alberta — 2000
Diploma in Theatre Arts — Mount Royal College
Calgary, Alberta — 1996

Ian Pond


Love Song (Play)Props master, graphic designer, video achivistScorpio Theatre2016
Sullivan and Gilbert (Trailer)Cinematographer, editor, graphic designerMorpheus Theatre2016
Summer on Fire (Play)Props master, graphic designer, video archivist
Scorpio Theatre
The Dinner Party (Trailer)Cinematographer, editor graphic designerMorpheus Theatre2016
The Sleeping Beauty (Trailer)Cinematographer, editor graphic designerMorpheus Theatre2015
Conventional Lunacy (Play)Props master, graphic designer, video archivistScorpio Theatre2015
Death of a Salesman (Trailer)Cinematographer, editor graphic designerMorpheus Theatre2015
CAT Awards 2015 (Video shorts)Cinematographer, editorCalgary ACTS2015
Dark Mountain (Feature Film)Assistant stunt supervisorNocturnal Studios2015
Ruddigore (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2015
Blood of the Red Queen (Play)Props master, graphic designerScorpio Theatre 2015
Writers’ Circle: The Series (film)Executive Producer, cinematographer, editor, location sound, graphic designerWriting Therapy Productions2015
Cry Havoc 3 (Play)Fight choreographer, graphic designer, armourerScorpio Theatre 2015
I Hate Hamlet (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2015
Adventures of Young Sherlock
Holmes: The Case of Dick
Wittington’s Cat (Trailer)
Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2014
Move over Mrs. Markham (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2014
Frost/Nixon (Play)Graphic DesignerScorpio Theatre2014
CAT Awards 2014 (Video shorts)Cinematographer, editorCalgary ACTS2014
Moss/Taylor WeddingVideographer, editorIan Pond2014
Kearns/Tuffnail WeddingVideographer, editorIan Pond2014
Dion/Rose WeddingVideographer, editorIan Pond2014
Pirates of Penzance (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2014
Who Knows? (Play)Graphic designer, projection content designerScorpio Theatre2014
Who Knows? (Trailers)Cinematographer, editorScorpio Theatre2014
Cocktails at Pam’s (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2014
Reservoir Dogs (Play)Projection content designer, gun handlerScorpio Theatre2014
Reservoir Dogs (Trailers)Cinematographer, editorScorpio Theatre2014
It’s a Wonderful Life (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2013
Pastoral Paranoia (Play)Gun handler, armourer, graphic designerScorpio Theatre2013
Pastoral Paranoia (Trailers)Cinematographer, editor, gun handlerScorpio Theatre2013
Kelan Hudson (Corporate
Cinematographer, editor, location sound recordistIan Pond2013
Homes by Avi (Corporate
CinematographerIan Pond2013
Diary of Anne Frank (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2013
Aladdin (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2012
Noises Off (Trailer)Cinematographer, editorMorpheus Theatre2011

Devin Warne

Season of the Wolf: Creator, writer, executive producer

The Brain Trust

The Brain Trust

Photo courtesy of Abby + Dave photography


Dan Gibbins

Dan Gibbins: Executive producer, writer, director, future river boat captain

Dan is a playwright who’s been toiling away in Calgary, Alberta since a time known to history as “the late 90s.” He’s written around 30 plays, including the original Writers’ Circle play if that’s worth mentioning. He occasionally talks about his plays, his travels, and his thoughts on life in the future over at If you need a thing written, he might be able to assist with that for a fee.





Photo by Dave Moss of Abby + Dave Photography


Keith Kollee: Executive producer, director, writer, bon vivant

Despite being a lifetime fan of TV and film, this is Keith’s first foray into producing his own. Keith is a graduate of Mount Royal College (now a University!), and has participated in amateur and professional theatre productions for years. This incredibly exciting journey would not have been possible without his good friends Dan and Ian, not to mention every single one of the talented cast and crew.




Ian Pond: Executive producer, director of photography, editor, pretty staunchly anti-Templar

Ian was taught the ways of film video/production at SAIT Polytechnic in the dawn of the millennium. But it is not this that drives his passion to produce the videos like this series. No, spite is the motive. Spite and envy. A burning awe and envy for Rocket Jump’s Freddie Wong drives his arm. And one day Ian will have spite enough to stand before his younger, more talented, more successful doppelganger and Wong will know the name Ian Pond.

When Ian isn’t at his day job as a live event audio/video technician he produces corporate and wedding videos. And yes, he is for hire.




Daisy Butterbeer

Daisy Pond: Producer, 1st assistant director, Minion Mistress

Daisy comes from the wonderful world of community theatre where she’s a
well-known stage manager. She works primarily with Scorpio Theatre where
she’s also their Executive Producer. She’s done a number of shows with
Morpheus Theatre, Front Row Centre Players, and Cappuccino Musical
Theatre. This foray into the film world has been a marvelous adventure and
she is excited to continue onwards. Congrats to the cast and crew on a
great first season! It has been a pleasure working with you. Hope you
enjoy this labour of love!


Patrick Murray: Sound engineer/mixer, foley artist, out to rule all Metropolis

Patrick is the guy that will watch movies over and over again just to focus on the effects behind the action. Lately he’s been stripping the audio out of his favourite shows, and seeing what he can replicate or improve upon in his very own ‘lab’. Pop culture has had it’s effect, and if you listen close enough, you can usually catch at least one reference, an homage if you will, to one of his favourite movies or shows.

Tawni (BW)

Tawni Barton: Costume designer, hair & makeup, production assistant, actress, maniac on the floor

Tawni Barton is a born and raised Calgarian with an unyielding passion for the arts. She graduated from Vancouver Film School in 2011 and after moving back home in 2012, she has been slowing building up her resume. She is now the Costume Coordinator for Scorpio Theatre.
Tawni had such a great time on this project. She was first asked to help out with costumes, which was such a great opportunity. She didn’t get to audition initially due to a scheduling conflict, but as fate would have it the directors were still looking for someone to play Cynthia. Tawni read the script and fell in love with the character. When she was asked to play Cynthia, Tawni practically jumped out of her skin-or she would have, if she wasn’t trying to play it cool. This has been an amazing adventure and Tawni looks forward to future shenanigans.

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