The Troupe

Some of the members of the troupe have been with the Players from the beginning. We have a great group, with a lot of talent. The following is a listing of all of the folk who have ever acted or worked with us, and been considered a part of the troupe (below this list are those who have worked with us but are not considered part of the troupe, per se). The name of the play after their name is the first play they worked with us (Our Kind I/II were the first plays we did). If they have a tag of (Inactive) after their name, they are not currently active in the troupe. (An inactive member is more than welcome to come play with the troupe again, if they so desire ...) The "Biography" links range from things the individual troupe members wrote, to things that I (Hirsch) put together.

Name (with email link if known) First Play with GSP Biography
Baroness Aasa Thorvaldsdottir Twelfth Night Biography
The Braggart Soldier Biography

(Founding member of the troupe)
Our Kind I/II Biography
The Alexandrian Tapestries Biography
Lord Bersi Eðvarðarson The Merry Wives of Windsor  
The Merry Wives of Windsor  
The Deceived Biography
Lady Cera inigena Corbbi The Merry Wives of Windsor  
The Alexandrian Tapestries Biography
Our Kind III -- Costuming for Wulfric Biography
The Jealous Baker Biography
The Braggart Soldier Biography

(Founding member of the troupe)
Our Kind I/II Biography
Flavio, the Fake Magician Biography

(Founding member of the troupe)
Our Kind I/II Biography
The Mad Princess Biography
The Mad Princess Biography
The English King of France Biography
The Merry Wives of Windsor  
The "English Play" Biography
Pericles, Prince of Tyre Biography
Lord Niall Mór mac Cernaich The Lunatic Lover Biography

(Founding member of the troupe)
Our Kind I/II Biography
Sven Gotfriedson The Lunatic Lover Biography

(Effectively a Founding member of the troupe)
Our Kind III Biography

Notable Folk Who've Worked With Us, But Are Not (Yet) "Of the Body"

I don't wish to underplay the importance of the other folk that have worked with us from time to time. Their contributions are quite important -- every role is vital in some fashion to a play, even if it's not one of the "big ones".

We have hopes we'll see some of these folk in future production as well!

Folk Who Are No Longer Active

Not wishing to forget those who no longer play with the GSP, the following folk have worked with us in at least one play, but are not active now, and have not contributed as greatly as some of the folk listed above who are inactive currently: