Denise Fergusson is a very accomplished Actress on the U.S. and Canadian Stage and has occasionally guest starred in television series such as "War of the Worlds", "Road to Avonlea", and her notable role on "La Femme Nikita".
She has appeared in several productions of "Anne of Green Gables" in both Canada and in Japan.
She teaches theatre and has been an Associate Professor, Guest artist, Master Class Teacher, or Guest Director in the Theatre Departments at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College (SWGC); the University of Alberta; University of Regina; George Brown College in Toronto; and at her "Alma Mater" Carnegie Mellon University as well as having taught workshop classes at York University and the University of Ottawa.
She has also directed several stage productions.
|"Quiet! I'm Talking", written by Vince Grittani, is a one woman show which has received rave reviews for Denise Fergusson's performance (and a sold out box office) at the Theatre Aquarius, Studio Theatre in Hamilton, Ontario (January 28-February 4, 2006) (promo, wmv format, 1.4 meg).|
More performances of "Quiet! I'm Talking" have been scheduled!
|Performances will be at Toronto's Theatre on Blue Jays Way (Tim Sims Playhouse), April 21 to May 7, 2006 Phone: 877-971-5656, and at Muskoka's Red Leaves Playhouse Tent, June 29 to July 15, 2006 Phone: 800-944-4524. (promo, wmv format, 2.1 meg) (promo, rm format, 556 kb).|