Lakeshore Players Dorval is a community theatre operated by a dedicated and passionate volunteer Board of Directors.  We are always welcoming new theatre lovers to join our company, so please do not hesitate to contact any of our board members to learn about what we do, and why we love it!


JeremyGlennThumbJeremy Glenn – President

Jeremy joined the Lakeshore Players Dorval family in 2009, working backstage for Twelve Angry Jurors. This sparked his interest in theatre, and he has worked on a number of productions since, both backstage and on. Outside of the world of performing arts, Jeremy is a project manager for a landscape architecture firm, handling projects as varied as redesigning a neighbourhood park all the way to the restoration of Parliament Hill.



Julie Le Couteur – Vice-President and Publicity Director

Julie joined Lakeshore Players Dorval in 2013 and has had the pleasure of wearing many hats: Front of House, Stage Manager, Co-Producer, Wardrobe Assistant, Publicity Director, and Social Media Manager. Her onstage experience includes Sabrina Fair (2014) and The Curious Savage (2016). She got her first taste for theatre with the Girl Guides in her church’s Christmas play: Mrs. Hurry-up and the Runaway Presents. Julie is excited to have the role of Vice President and to spread the word about all the talent that Lakeshore Players Dorval has to offer. 



Vickie Kuchlein – Treasurer

Vickie first became a member of Lakeshore Players Dorval in 1997, appearing both on and off stage for two seasons before taking a break from the world of theatre to pursue her studies in Accounting. She returned in 2012 and has since been active both on and off stage, and working as Comptroller. This is Vickie’s second year on the Board.



Joyce Chabot – Secretary

Joyce became a member of Lakeshore Players Dorval in 2013 and is delighted to be a part of this amazingly talented theatre group! You may have seen her onstage in You Can’t Take It With You, Rehearsal For Murder, and The Inspector General. Her offstage roles have included Box Office Co-Manager, and Prop Mistress. She was also a barbershop chorus and quartet singer for many years. When the spotlights are off, Joyce works in Finance by day and is a superhero mom & curler by night. This is her first year on the board.



Stephanie von Roretz – Business Manager

Stephanie first joined Lakeshore Players Dorval in 2013 performing in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None. She is a familiar face within Lakeshore Players Dorval, having appeared in past productions such as Don’t Dress for Dinner and Crimes of the Heart. A trueborn thespian she graduated from Dawson College’s Professional Theatre program in 2010. After graduating she toured with the Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company for four years performing adapted Shakespeare plays for elementary and high school children.  Off stage she works as a travel consultant, having made her passion for travel into a career. This is her first year on the Board and she looks forward to gaining a fresh perspective on what goes on behind the scenes.



Charyl Hyndman – Member Relations

Charyl was an active member of Lakeshore Players Dorval back in the 90’s and did props for several productions.  She took a break as a member and enjoyed being part of the audience for many years.  She rejoined in 2015 when she was cast in Not Now Darling.  She was most recently seen as Annie in Calendar Girls.  Charyl has acted in eight Murder Mysteries at Dorval-Strathmore United Church and when not volunteering with Girl Guides, Meals on Wheels, or Home & School, she may be found helping people take care of their oral health as a Dental Hygienist for the past 34 years.



Claire Shamy – Sales Coordinator/Fundraising Activities Manager

Claire has been a proud member of Lakeshore Players Dorval for 16 years. She has been involved as an actress, front of house manager, publicity coordinator, box office manager, 50th anniversary coordinator, and currently as the activity / fundraising coordinator. She believes that Lakeshore Players Dorval is a great community and family to be a part of and there is a place for everyone to somehow get involved.