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Mike Gauthier

Musical Director, ASL Interpreter

Mike Gauthier is a long time Brampton resident who has been involved in its arts community almost from the moment he moved here in 1985. While raising four children with his wife Rose Marie, Mike managed to perform in various theatre productions, play and sing in a variety of local restaurants and pubs, and appear in a number of variety shows including the English Pavilion of Carabram.
Mike is an active member of the Brampton Folk Club and has performed in many of their performances across the city. Most importantly, Mike was a recurring actor/musician with the Shakespeare in the Square festival.
Mike composed the music heard at the festival in plays like ‘Much Ado About Nothing”, “Two Gentlemen of Verona”, “As You Like It” and many others. Mike has performed with Peel Panto Players where he directed “Rumpelstiltskin”, Melody Makers, Bramalea Little Theatre and Brampton Music Theatre.
Mike worked with the Canadian Hearing Society as the Toronto Regional Interpreter, and with Silent Voice Canada as an Interpreter. Mike’s most notable credit is working as the ASL Interpreter for Martin Short, among others, in the 1973 production of Godspell in Toronto. He later served as an interpreter at the televised memorial service for John Candy.

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