the crew


Gwendolyn McCagg – Costumire  

Gwendolyn is the oldest of 3 children and was born in Grostenquin, France while her father was serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. As a child she lived in Germany and spent much of her youth in Cold Lake, Alberta. In March of 1997 she moved to Red Deer with her husband David and their four children. In May of that year she completed the Red Deer College Theatre Studies Costume Constriction Program.

Gwendolyn put her costuming skills to use volunteering on many St. Martin de Porres productions and Tree House’s Build a Play In Two Weeks. In September 2009, she was invited to be the Costumer on Tree House Christmas Special and has had a hand in every production since. Some of her favourite productions were Mulan Jr., James and the Giant Peach, Last Known Position and Grimm’s Fairy Tales, to name a few.

She provided costume support to Bard on Bower, designing, building and dressing MacBeth, Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It and many more.


Braden Guido – Stage Manager

Braden Guido is a graduate from Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School (LTCHS). It is there where Braden started working on the technical side of theatre. Soul Mate was his first production with Central Alberta Theatre (C.A.T.), and he has also worked on shows in the past for Lindsay Thurber’s 2013 production of Beauty and the Beast. In 2015 Braden was recruited to tour and stage manage for an anti-tobacco program called Butt Ugly where he worked with Nicole Leal. His most resent work was for Prime Stock Theatre’s Board on Bower as the Assistant Stage Manager (ASM), and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (2017) with director and playwright Albertus Koett for C.A.T.  He has a love for technical theatre and is very excited to be a part of the ‘house’.



William Robinson “Billy” – Technical Director

Billy has been a part of Tree House Youth theatre for a couple of years now as their technical director. Billy’s work is very much valued and appreciated with his talent in lighting and sound design, to helping with coordinating set building for all of the productions at the “house”. Without him, our productions at the “house” would lack it’s flare and our theatre world wouldn’t be at its level of potential that is easily achieved by his talents.


We have an amazing team of artists that contribute to our successful experience that we work hard to create for our ever growing youth that join us at the “house” for their theatre experience. For inquires, feel free to contact us via email which is listed below.


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