In Community

Evan Buliung, JJ Gerber, and Gabriella Albino. Photo by Dahlia Katz

The Musical Stage Company not only produces musical productions, but fosters future generations of musical theatre artists, fans, and aficionados. We are committed to building and enriching communities through musical storytelling.

The following are seven initiatives The Musical Stage Company offers in its Education & Community portfolio.

One Song Glory

A free musical theatre training program for youth from across Ontario ages 13-19, including a final performance in a professional venue downtown Toronto.

The Banks Prize

A year-long mentorship and training program with a cash prize and curated showcase opportunities for two emerging musical theatre performers.

RBC Apprentice Program

Eight emerging artists working in different areas of musical theatre receive mentorship and support in residency with The Musical Stage Company for one season.

The Marquee Ensemble

MARQUEE is a free arts program that seeks to empower LGBTQ2S youth in Toronto by connecting them to the stories and songs of The Musical Stage Company productions.

Musical Moments

An initiative to offer grants to local artists to develop, produce and execute ideas promoting musical acts of creativity across Toronto Neighbourhoods.

Make Me A Song

In partnership with The Regent Park School of Music, we connect professional composers to youth from Toronto’s priority neighbourhoods helping kids to share their stories through song.

Student Matinees

We offer subsidized student ticket prices for all performances, as well as weekly student performances on Wednesday afternoons.