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2018 Musical Theatre Fringe Picks

ARE YOU READY TO FRINGE?
Don’t miss your chance to see some extraordinary performers and productions at the 2018 Fringe Festival, running July 4 – 15th.  Here are a few of the musical offerings that we are most excited to check out.

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Video Roundup: 2018 Tony Nominees

As we countdown the days until the 2018 Tony Awards, we wanted to take some time to review the musicals up for the biggest awards of the season, “Best Musical” and “Best Musical Revival”.

Brush up your Broadway below, and join us at our 3rd Annual Tony Awards Viewing Party on June 10th to watch the Tony Awards ceremony LIVE on the big screen at Shoeless Joe’s with Toronto’s biggest theatre fans.

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An Artist in Transition: Stephanie Graham

Join Stephanie Graham as she reflects on being an “artist in transition” and discusses her many roles within the theatre community. Stephanie recently completed her term with The Musical Stage Company as the Intern Artistic Director, shadowing Mitchell Marcus as part of Theatre Ontario’s Professional Theatre Training Program. Her history with us doesn’t end there – Steph has choreographed many of our productions including Fun HomeGrey Gardens and The Wild Party. Don’t miss Stephanie’s choreography for Fun Home at the CAA Theatre, on stage until May 20th!


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Notes from the Director’s Table with Robert McQueen

We caught up with Robert McQueen to discuss his directing process this season – from Britta Johnson’s new Canadian musical Life After to the Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home. Robert is the Director of New Musical Development at The Musical Stage Company and his directing credits include many of our past productions such as You Are HereReframed, The Wild Party, Falsettos, Caroline, or Change, and The Light in the Piazza. Don’t miss Robert’s exquisite take on Fun Home at the CAA Theatre, on stage now!


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An Interview with Laura Condlln

We sat down with Laura Condlln to discuss the rehearsal process for Fun Home!  Laura joins the cast as Alison, a 43-year old lesbian cartoonist and the central character in the musical. Don’t miss Laura in her professional musical debut at the CAA Theatre, on stage now!


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