Participants in One Song Glory 2017.

One Song Glory

One Song Glory is a musical theatre training program for teens ages 13 to 19 across Ontario that builds self-confidence and self-expression. The program is fully subsidized for all participants, ensuring that affordability is not a barrier to participation.

Each year, 50 youth from diverse backgrounds and communities across Ontario come together to train under the guidance of Toronto’s top musical theatre professionals in a positive and encouraging environment. Anyone between the ages 13-19 is invited to register to participate in one of our free, audition workshops in their community. 50 participants from these audition sessions will then be invited to our free 4-weekend training intensive.

Our commitment to building the audiences and artists of tomorrow is focused around our musical theatre training programs. We are proud to report that to date, over 600 young people from across the province have completed One Song Glory, without any costs to the participants.


Training Intensive

Training Intensive 

Our training intensive has closed for One Song Glory 2017 and we are very proud of our 50 young participants who truly impressed us over the 4 week fall intensive. 

Audition information for One Song Glory 2018 will be available in May 2018.

For any questions, please email our One Song Glory Team at or Robyn, Production Coordinator, at



Frequently asked questions

What is it?
One Song Glory is a unique program with a mandate to deliver absolutely FREE musical theatre training for the youth of Ontario. Participants will take master classes, participate in workshops, and train with professional directors and musical directors who work in the Toronto musical theatre scene to hone their skills. In addition, each student will get the chance to work on two musical theatre numbers that they will perform at two final showcase performances at Toronto Centre for the Arts.

Is there a cost to the program?
No! The program is fully subsidized so that cost is not a barrier to participation.

How do I get in?
All prospective participants must attend an community workshop to be considered for the program. 1 piece of music (preferably from the musical theatre canon – contemporary preferred) will be performed at the audition. An accompanist will be provided so please bring sheet music.

What is the time commitment for this?
If selected, you will be REQUIRED to attend all rehearsals. You will then need to be at the theatre on the day of the showcase, at 10:00 a.m. and remain until the show is completed (approximately 10pm). Participants must be available for all dates.

Who should I contact with further questions?
Feel free to email with further questions.

Education & Outreach Sponsor


Leading Light


Program Sponsors

This program is made possible, in part, by the Youth Theatre Training Program of Theatre Ontario, funded by the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.