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 (he/him) 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.