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Q&A w/ Bob Romerein, Rob Steinman, Jim Angel, and Colin MacAdam

Facilitated by Kait Dueck

Rob Steinman has been involved in the performing arts ever since he joined a drama group in grade 6. He had his first taste of modern dance when he enrolled in a course during his sophomore year of university in the 60’s. Along the way he was a homesteader and a /craftsman for a number of years. Through it all he continued to be involved in community theatre as an actor and director.  At 38 he decided to follow his passion and to applied Queens University to become a teacher of both drama and visual arts. This brought him to Peterborough where he taught at a local High School for 22 years. Now retired he awaits the Old Men’s next adventure

Jim Angel has acted and danced in the Peterborough theatre and dance scene for over 20 years.  As a member of Old Men Dancing he has performed in many Public Energy emergency festivals as well as Old Men Dancing shows in Toronto and Kitchener.  More recent activities have included “petites danses” (2016) Chartier Danse, “0%” small dance for small space festival (2018), and “The Retrial of Jesus of Nazareth” (2019).  Jim is a retired College senior administrator and has a Doctorate in Education from the University of Toronto.

Colin MacAdam has been singing with choirs in Toronto and Peterborough for over 30 years including the Toronto Jewish Community Centre choir, the East York Community choir, and currently with the Peterborough Singers.  He also sings bass with the McDonnel Street Gospel Quartet.  15 years ago, he joined Old Men Dancing and has danced in many of its Public Energy performances in Peterborough.  Colin is a retired adjudicator. 

Bob Romerein has been an electronic engineer for over 45 years.  He joined Old Men Dancing in 2006 when Bill James began working on Weathering with the group.  Bob has performed with OMD in many Public Energy Emergency festivals, and choreographed Holding On - Letting Go with Rob Steinman in 2011.  Although still working part time as an engineer, Bob’s passion is all aspects of documentary film-making from concept and directing to editing.