ONE ACT ABOUT TOILET PAPER
A young married couple, Sue and Michael, devise a poorly thought-out plan to confront their close friends, Beck and Robby, after they discover a misplaced roll of toilet paper in their bathroom.
Written and directed by Paul Aihoshi
Lance Byrd is a comedian and voice actor based in Toronto. He cut his teeth in comedy as a member of the award-winning sketch troupe, "The Weaker Vessels," and has performed at The Toronto Fringe Festival. Before the great decline of civilization in March of 2020, Lance was a staple at The Social Capital Theater and could be found there regularly performing, hosting, and sometimes yelling from the back of the room.
Alexandra Hurley is a graduate of Humber College's Acting for Film and Television program and the Second City Conservatory. She's performed in a bunch of pretty cool cities, including Montreal, London and Edinburgh. She is currently a member of Songbuster, an improvised musical which performs regularly in Toronto.
Amanda Parker is a writer and performer who primarily works behind the scenes in Canadian television. She is honoured to be a part of Paul Aihoshi's first feature film and grateful for the Christmas party they both attended in 2018 that inspired her character.
Noemi Salamon has had a penchant for performing since a camcorder was brought into her family home in the late 80s. She has trained in improvisational comedy in Toronto and Chicago and played on stages spanning over 9 years. Her most recent loves are physical comedy/clown and the art, science, philosophy, and medicine of yoga.
Colin Sharpe is a graduate of the Second City Conservatory and York University Creative Writing programs. He was a founding member of the Cream of Comedy nominated troupe, The Weaker Vessels, winners of the Patron’s Pick award at Toronto Fringe 2015. In 2017, Colin wrote and performed in the Toronto Fringe hit, Murder in the Cottonwoods (Best Ensemble/Now Magazine). Colin was also a featured performer at the Just For Laughs 42: New Faces showcase in 2016.
Callum Wratten is a Canadian Screen Award nominated writer and performer. He has written for The Beaverton, and the special The Beaverton Mocks the Vote. His digital work includes CBC Comedy and Funny or Die.