“Play focuses on class, gender, and religion, all set to the music of Elvis!”

Interview with Nicole Marie McCafferty on her role in Toronto Irish Players’ production of Elvis’s Toenail.

Opens Feb 19 at Alumnae Theatre.  RESERVATIONS / INFO:  416-440-2888 or http://www.torontoirishplayers.com

Toronto Irish Players


 Nicole Marie McCafferty plays Rose in upcoming show Elvis’s Toenail. Originally from Nova Scotia, she is a graduate of Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. Past roles include: Pride & Prejudice (Lydia), Spring Awakening (Ilse), A Month in the Country (Vera), The Mousetrap (Miss Casewell), Our Town (Mrs Soames), The Hypochondriac (Angelique), Murder on the Nile (Christina), and Brighton Beach Memoirs (Nora) among others, as well as several musicals, numerous independent films and some TV.

1. What drew you to audition for the role of Rose? The play is so well written; all of the female characters are so full, so strong and so real. I would have been delighted to play any of them, but I feel that Rose is interesting because unlike the others who are… defiant in a way, and feel that the church should not be ‘sticking it’s nose in,’ and believe very strongly that they have the right…

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