Kyle Golemba
Actor, Singer, Dancer
“He’s a beautiful singer, great dancer, good actor and charming as all get-out. Not only do his stories always have a point, but he chooses good songs to illustrate them.”
– From Richard Ouzounian’s – Ex-barista serves up caffeine, not coffee

A graduate of Sheridan College, Kyle has performed on stages from Nanaimo, BC to Summerside, PEI, including seasons at the Stratford, Shaw, and Charlottetown festivals. Favourites include: 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); Shaw: Cabaret (Bobby), Juno and the Paycock (Mobilizer); Drayton: White Christmas (Mike), Singin’ in the Rain (Production Singer), 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 on Queer as Folk (Jason, Showtime), Canada’s Walk of Fame (Performer, CTV), and in the feature film, Hairspray (Record Hop Dancer, New Line Cinema).

Kyle also created and performs a revue of Canadian musical theatre, Making Love in a Canoe, with music director, Adam White. The show has been performed at theatres, bars, and festivals across Canada and can be found at The official Making Love in a Canoe album, featuring four never-before-recorded Canadian songs, can be found on iTunes.