Reele & Trewe

Ian, Nick, Tom, and Meaghan are back for what are sure to be five more calamitous nights of Reele and Trewe, GMSM’s daring musical improv comedy (don’t worry, half the fun is watching the wheels come off and the boys—and girl—always come out singing in the end). 

Audience Recommendation: 19+

Featuring Ian Locke, Nick Hamlyn, Tom Brennan, Meaghan Collins

Written and Directed by Ian Locke

Tom Brennan

Tom Brennan started playing violin in Ontario at age five, and moved to Corner Brook, NL in 2008 to attend university. He is fluent in traditional Irish, Cape Breton, Scottish, Newfoundland and French-Canadian fiddle styles.  Tom is classically trained, but he also plays with several bands on the West Coast of Newfoundland and is currently teaching music at the Yamaha School of Music in Corner Brook while he pursues an education degree at Grenfell Campus of Memorial University.


Meaghan Collins

Meaghan Collins graduated from Grenfell’s Theatre Program in 2016. Since graduation she has participated in several theatre festivals including Halifax’s Fringe Festival in the summer of 2016, and Nuit 150+ in September 2017. In August of 2017, she returned to her hometown of Moncton, New Brunswick to take part in her first short film entitled Roadkill by Boar Head Productions. Noted roles include: Givola The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui, Hotspur Henry IV Part 1, and Helena Midsummer Night’s Dream.


Nick Hamlyn
Nick Hamlyn is a Corner Brook native and regular on the local bar scene. A versatile singer and guitar player, Nick takes pride in genre-hopping. Semi-fluid switches from rock classics to pop standards to traditional tunes happen frequently within his regular sets.


Ian Locke

Ian Locke graduated with a BFA (Acting) from Grenfell Campus, Memorial University in 2016 and has worked with companies including Gros Morne Summer Music, Stage West Theatre Festival, Theatre Newfoundland-Labrador, & Wintertide Music Festival. He has worked professionally as an actor, director, and writer for many works. In 2017, Locke’s play Postcards from the Train received an ACE Award for Best Historic Project. He has toured as far as Tasmania, Australia with the Youth Theatre Island Exchange, and can be seen in short films: Emile’s Legacy, High Alert, and Crossroads. He is thrilled to be returning for his sixth season with GMSM!


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