Kyle Golemba
Actor, Singer, Dancer
“Golemba, who has proven himself a fine singer before as in the Grand Theatre’s Cinderella in 2011, has the chance here to highlight his dancing. […] He shows what a fine actor he is in a great scene in Act 2 when Ted is drunk and messily disrupts a show in progress at the Inn. Golemba has never had to carry so much weight in a Shaw Festival show before and his performance demonstrates that he is more than able for the task.”
– Stage Door Review by Christopher Hoile

Originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Kyle has performed on stages from Nanaimo, BC to Summerside, PEI, including seasons at the Stratford, Shaw, and Charlottetown festivals. Favourites include: Shaw: Holiday Inn (Ted), Rope (Kenneth Raglan), Cabaret (Bobby); My Fair Lady (Freddy, Capitol Theatre); The Secret Garden (Dickon, Podium Concert Productions); Stratford: 42nd Street (Andy), Kiss Me, Kate (Gremio), West Side Story (A-Rab); Drayton: White Christmas (Mike), The Drowsy Chaperone (Robert Martin), One for the Pot (Clifton Weaver); The Comedy of Errors (Antipholus of Ephesus, Canadian Stage); Funny Girl (Eddie, Segal Centre); and three Ross Petty pantos.

In addition to his theatrical work, he has also appeared in A Christmas Dance Reunion (Lifetime), SurrealEstate (SyFy), Queer as Folk (Showtime), Hairspray (New Line Cinema), and Ross Petty’s A Christmas Carol (CBC). Kyle also created a revue of Canadian musical theatre, Making Love in a Canoe, with music director, Adam White. The official Making Love in a Canoe album, featuring four never-before-recorded Canadian songs, can be found on Apple Music. Kyle holds a Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance degree from Sheridan College and a Master of Arts in Theatre Studies from the University of Guelph.