Category: Producing Notes


Unsung Understudies

I was charmed by a Broadway story this week: It Only Takes a Moment: Bette Midler’s Gracious Gesture

Bette Midler – who is apparently the highest paid Broadway star ever, currently leading the revival of Hello, Dolly – allowed Christian Dante White to take the final bow at one of the performances. The reason? White is an understudy and went on in the role of Cornelius with little notice, and little rehearsal and Midler wanted to acknowledge the impressive feat that was his flawless performance. More


Unforgettable Acting Up Stage Moments

But if life were only moments,
then you’d never know you had one”

 

I am a terrible secret keeper. I love secrets so much, but I find it SO hard not to share. So, you can imagine my relief to have FINALLY announced The Musical Stage Company, our vision, and our upcoming programming after so many months of secrecy. More


The Importance of Passing Strange

In March, 2016, Alyssa Rosenberg from The Washington Post called Passing Strange “The musical anyone who adores ‘Hamilton’ must see.” Needless to say, having programmed Passing Strange, I was delighted to see this sentiment (that I share) put so boldly in print. More


The Incredible History of Toronto’s Iconic Opera House

With rehearsals well underway and the countdown on until the first performance of Passing Strange on January 24th, we thought it was about time to get to know our incredible venue, The Opera House! More


Musical Musings: 525,600 Minutes with Kevin Wong

Kevin the Intern and Britta Johnson, in Reminiscent Conversation

On the heels of this year’s NoteWorthy program, I dragged in my pal and fellow NoteWorthy 2014 alumnus, Britta Johnson to reminisce with me in my latest blog entry!

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