It’s been a hectic summer here at CYPT, and as it winds its way down, we find ourselves eager to recognize some of our amazing CYPT alumni who have moved into leadership roles with the company and to whom we are very grateful for their outstanding work this summer. There are many among our staff that we’d like to thank, and today, we’ll start with
Noah started his career with us as a performer, and now we are thrilled to count him among our most reliable and trusted staff members. Noah is our current Summer Camp Administrative Assistant (which basically means he runs everything and looks cool doing it), and has spent his summer working alongside Kieran and Kristin keeping kamps kalm, kollected, and komfortable. It’s such a treat to see him every day and to hear his dulcet tones in his own rendition of Barbra Streisand’s “Why is it always Miss Marmelstein.” We’re so thrilled that this young man – who has graced our stages in plays like Raggedy Ann and Andy, Tom Sawyer, Robin Hood, Frankenstein, The Count of Monte Cristo, and Holmes and Watson – is now one of our team. Thanks for all your amazing work this summer Noah!
“Hey there, friends. My name’s Noah and this is my second summer in the employment of Calgary Young People’s Theatre, although for many years prior I’d been a camper and cast member in a variety of their productions. I’m currently poised to attend the University of Victoria after taking a gap a year and realizing that, aside from at CYPT, the job market is rather unforgiving for an unskilled, uneducated young man such as myself. In my spare time I enjoy toying with the idea of doing exercise or sport, reading, and writing letters to the establishment on my various frustrations as a middle-class millennial.My aspirations include, but are not limited to, devising an equation that relates the weight, mass and trajectory of winning lottery balls, finding a real diamond, and starting my own, small religion. I would like to thank Kristin and Jamie for the awesome opportunity to remain a part of the company and to help make CYPT a great place to grow up. I would not be the person I am today without this place and it is, for lack of less gut-wrenching vocabulary, a magical experience to watch kids find themselves in the same fashion I did.” -Noah Boyle