Bryce has been performing professionally for 25 years. Credits include productions at The Citadel (director Robin Phillips), Theatre Calgary, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre Aquarius, and Mirvish. He co-created and tours with Bohemians in Brooklyn, The Judgment of Paris, and From Weimar to Vaudeville, chamber-musicals hosted by CBC’s Tom Allen and premiered at Music Niagara, Chamberfest Ottawa, and the Global Cabaret Festival. Award-winning projects as a composer include the musical Nami Namersson, the play Bears, the short musical La Casati, and the movie-musical The Man That Got Away, in which he also starred. The film premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival, won the Short Film Prize, and went on to garner awards worldwide. (See it at dirtcityfilms.com.) Bryce regularly produces and performs sold-out cabarets at Soulpepper Theatre in Toronto; highlights are on their podcast. Buy his albums Welcome, Tin Can Telephone, and The Man That Got Away on iTunes and at brycekulak.com.
“Focused, specific and intriguing stories…appealing voice…grand, glorious gravitas and elegant flourishes…fine piano work. These are well-crafted, articulate, literate songs. The cool Kulak meditates or boldly states – and always captivates.” — Cabaret Scenes NYC
Brendan trained at York University where he concurrently studied collective creation and technical theatre with a focus on lighting design. When not with 2P4H, these days he earns his bread as a scenic carpenter for film, tv and theatre. Previous technical direction credits include: 2 Pianos 4 Hands Tour (Western Canada Theatre, The Grand, Neptune Theatre); 2 Seasons at the Blyth Summer Festival; 1 Season at Globus Theatre; and the 2006 World Stage Design Exhibition (OISTAT/USITT)
Producer, Marquis Entertainment
Theatrical Producing and General Management Credits include the World Premiere of Arrabal (Panasonic Theatre – Mirvish Productions 2013-14 Season); the North American Premiere The Railway Children (Mirvish, 2011 Dora Audience Choice Award); 2P4H in Toronto (Mirvish), Tokyo (Shochiku), Hong Kong, Australia, and for more than 25 regional theatres throughout the Canada and US; Shakespeare’s Will (The Stratford Festival and on tour in the US to Merrimak Rep and other venues); The Rat Pack: Live at Las Vegas (Mirvish); and Mom’s the Word (on tour throughout Canada).
Colin / Marquis Literary also represents a number of Canada’s top playwrights. www.mqlit.ca