Hurry Hard

Staged Performance

About The Performance

Hurry Hard

When Bill and Sandy’s marriage split up, so did their curling team – splintering off into a men’s team and a women’s team who begrudgingly share the ice at the Stayner Curling Club. Now, a medical emergency has left the men’s team short a player the day of the big Regional Bonspiel. If they have any hope of beating neighbouring Meaford and taking the trophy for Stayner, they’ll have to put aside their personal differences and unite as one team.

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Headshot of Robert Moloney

Robert Moloney – Director

Known for his versatility, Robert maintains a busy career in film, television, and theatre. His work has taken him across Canada, to London’s West End, (Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Road), as far away as Australia, (The Adventures of K-9). He has been nominated for a Leo award and three Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards – winning for his portrayal of Steve in Clybourne Park, (Arts Club Theatre). Other recent theatre credits include: Jitters, Disgraced, The Odd Couple, The Glass Menagerie, All My Sons – Arts Club Theatre; Uncle Vanya – Blackbird Theatre; Except in the Unlikely Event of War – PI; Bingo, Liar – Prairie Theatre Exchange. Television credits include: Wild Cards, Three Pines, Resident Alien, You Me Her, The Man in the High Castle, Hell on Wheels, Motive, Arrow, and Bates Motel. Feature film credits include: The Revenant, Power Rangers, Brain on Fire, The Age of Adeline, Man of Steel and too many Hallmark MOW’s to be mentioned. He is a graduate of Studio 58


Like Jim Carrey or Seth Rogan, Duncan started his acting career through stand-up comedy…and that’s where the comparison ends. Duncan has numerous TV and film credits, if his IMDB page is to be believed, and has died very well in quite a few…except Hallmark Christmas movies, thankfully!
He also has an established voice career performing in hundreds of radio commercials and other voice overs – his face apparently works much better hidden behind a microphone. You can also find him doing solo music shows and as lead singer of a local band performing all over the lower Mainland.

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Headshot of Julie Lynn Mortensen


Julie Lynn is delighted to be performing in her first Peninsula Productions show! She works as a professional actor in film/tv and theatre, and is also a co-founder and teacher for the White Rock Actor’s Studio. You can see her in the starring role of Catherine White in Drawing Home, on CBS’s hit new show So Help Me Todd, as Billy Clanton in all-female Western Last Stand to Nowhere, Aunt Amy in Hallmark’s Deliver by Christmas, and Lillian Van Helsing on Van Helsing. She can also be seen in many other projects including The Babysitter’s Club, Virgin River, The 100, Loudermilk, numerous Hallmark productions, and as the voice of Nøkk in Rainbow Six: Siege. Trained in theatre with a BFA in Drama, select favourite live credits include: The Princess of France in Love’s Labour’s Lost, Elizabeth Barry in The Libertine, Mary in Unity 1918, and Sheila Birling in An Inspector Calls.

Julie Lynn is also a highly rated meditation teacher on Insight Timer, mother to a little girl, wife to a wonderful man (fellow actor/director Robert Moloney) and otherwise really loves to ski. She has never curled, but after this heartwarming play, her sights are set on it.

Michele, who was elected to White Rock City Council in 2022, is excited to return to her roots in acting. After over 28 years as an award-winning business owner, acting instructor, confidence coach and community leader, Michele is thrilled to be cast in this very funny staged reading, and to work with this talented team at Peninsula Productions.
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Headshot Brian Johnston


Brian works regularly on the stage and screen. This is his second appearance at Peninsula, having previously appeared in Daniel MacIvor’s Best Brothers. In April, he will make his musical debut in the cast of Legally Blonde.

Nelson Leis’ recent screen acting credits include The Last of Us (HBO) and Prey (20th Century Studios), the Predator origin story. In February 2024 he will be appearing in the highly anticipated limited series Shogun (FX), based on the James Clavell novel. On stage Nelson starred in Lobby Hero, The Toyer, Closer, Lone Star, Take Me Out, The Big Funk, Soldier’s Heart and Almost, Maine. Nelson’s most recent project as a writer is the award-winning short film A.T.A.C.K..

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