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BOFA '89
CHS improv '88, '87
After CHS, Dennis went to Redeemer College, where he studied English; he is now an entrepreneur, and owns his own business, Brandvelope. Dennis gives workshops and speeches to businesses and students.
Dennis still performs, winning accolades for his many roles in Orpheus musical productions, including: Man of La Mancha, South Pacific, The Secret Garden, and Company.
With The Savoy Society of Ottawa, Dennis played the lead role of Frederic in Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera, The Pirates of Penzance (Or, The Slave of Duty) at Centrepointe Theatre.
His amazing voice, singing and speaking, one-man scenes in Herald games, loonies up the nostril, AND especially for "Give us a story - give us a style", in the BOFA '89 National Finals Style Game.
Written in Sept., 2002
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