John is a relative newcomer to Hudson. He started in improv over 25 years ago and taught improv at ASM Performing Arts in Montreal for 10 years. Previous stage credits include Tricycle Productions, Beethoven Lives Upstairs and James And The Giant Peach, he co-created and performed in the Just for Laughs hit MöcShplat (a clown gibberish adaptation of Macbeth) and the critically lauded Ümlaut (a clown gibberish adaptation of Hamlet), and (with his entire family!) in the Hudson Village Theatre Christmas Pantomimes, Cinderella and Robin Hood. His most recent appearance was in the staged reading of Theatre Panache’s, Phoebe which was part of Hudson’s contribution to the Arts Alive! Québec festival. He would like to thank his family for their patience and support (especially to Esme – with all my love, I thank you!) and to the Hudson Player’s Club for making something this magical actually happen!