Craig and Lou - Online Media Kit

Craig Maguire and Louisa O'Keane met in 1999 at The Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto. The first duet they ever sang together was 'Indian Love Call' from the Operetta Rose Marie. Who knew that 10 years later they would sing the same song together every night at the Oh Canada Eh! Dinner Show in Niagara Falls. They graduated in 2001 from RAPA's Triple Threat program, Craig winning the award for singing and Louisa the award for acting. Presently you will find them back at Oh Canada Eh! With several seasons under their belts. Craig as performer, writer, director and now Operations Manager and Louisa as performer, writer and choreographer.


Musical Theatre, their shared passion and inspiration, is the driving force behind this duo. Within their concerts you will hear classic Broadway duets, comedic showstoppers, sing along medleys and usually a surprise or two. (Magic tricks, hula hoops, prizes and audience participation just to name a few.)


Community is also very important to them. This year they donated partial proceeds from their concerts to Sick Kids Foundation, Down Syndrome Niagara and upcoming, Project Share Niagara Falls.


They are beyond grateful for the love and support they receive from their communities, local businesses, newspapers and of course the wonderful people who come and see their shows!   

Photos by Grace Hetherington

Craig Maguire was born and raised in St. Catharines, Ontario and has always loved music. In 1997, he attended Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario for their Musical Theatre Program. In 2001, he graduated from the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts in Toronto.

After graduating, he headed out west to Edmonton, Alberta for his first lead role, Billy Bigelow in Rogers and Hammerstein's, "Carousel." He also performed in several productions at Victoria Playhouse in Petrolia Ontario including "Dads II: The Toddlers Revenge," and the World Premiere of "Oil Rush." Sudbury, Ontario was the next stop in Craig's journey where he was the puppeteer as well as ensemble for their production of "Little Shop of Horrors." In 2007 Craig was hired to be a part of Striling, Ontario's acclaimed pantomime cast where he performed as Little John in Robin hood. The following season he played the Prince in "Rumplestiltskin." In 2008 Craig accepted the role of Old Deuteronomy, in "CATS," with Moonpath Productions out of Belleville, Ontario. In 2009, he played the role of Dave in, "the Full Monty," also with Moonpath. Craig has also been involved in countless productions here in Niagara with the "Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show."

Craig also is a story teller, balloon twister and plays guitar as a kids performer. He has performed for the DSBN, the Pen Center and volunteers for the Southwestern Ontario chapter of Ronald McDonald House every other Monday. 

Louisa O'Keane  is a singer/actor/choreographer and a proud Irish Canadian. She also loves teaching music, theatre and dance and taking on new challenges such as voice over work, film and television and writing/producing her own passion projects.

She spent several years performing in Western Canada where she met her lovely husband Matt. They have happily made the town of Grimsby their hometown. Favorite credits include Into The Groove, At the Movies: Canadiana Productions , Seussical The Musical: Western Canada Theatre, My Fair Lady: Gateway Theatre, Grease: Theatre Under the Stars, Calendar Girls: Moonpath Productions, Side by Side: Fighting Chance Productions, Putting it Together: Cornerstone Theatre, March of The Falsettos and Cabaret Sauvignon: Next Company Theatre, Die Fledermaus: Burnaby Lyric Opera, Trial by Jury : Choralis Camerata and of course The Rocky Horror Show which she has appeared in 10 times! She is a all preparing for her first solo show 'The Nongenue' which will debut winter 2019.


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