On October 3, Kate Alexander Daniels and David Daniels opened the doors of their contemporary Casa Loma residence to an intimate crowd of 200 guests for an evening dedicated to Acting Up Stage Company.
Among the crowd were Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall (in town for Private Lives), director Norman Jewison, Barbara Amiel, actor Don McKellar and musical guests Arlene Duncan (Little Mosque on the Prairie), Marcus Nance and Bruce Dow.
Toronto Life was onsite profiling the event, and they have featured some exquisite shots on their website that capture this very special evening.
View the photos here »
This week’s edition of NOW Magazine includes a profile on Ride The Cyclone!
Read the article here »
In December 2010, the New York Magazine sat down with five Broadway experts to determine “The Greatest Musical” of all-time. They successfully got the list down to 23 candidates and then proceeded to discuss the merits of each piece. While they never arrived at a single winning-show, the discussion is very interesting to read.
Most significantly, the only musical of the 21st century that was on their short-list for “The Greatest Musical” of all-time was Caroline, or Change. Read the article here »
A fundraiser for Acting Up Stage Company
Sunday, November 20
52 Pine Crescent
The Salon Concert is an evening reminiscent of those days in the ‘20’s and ‘30’s when composers and their stars performed for small groups of friends in a private surrounding. After two sold-out Salon Concerts last season, Acting Up Stage Company is delighted to present another intimate concert experience.This edition of the Salon Concert features the extraordinary Jeff Madden – the Dora Award-winning Frankie Valli from Toronto’s Jersey Boys. One of the most gifted performers in the city, Jeff has performed at the Shaw Festival, the National Ballet of Canada, the National Arts Centre and the Charlottetown Festival . The Salon will take place in the beautiful Beach home of John & Patti Loach. As profiled in The Globe and Mail and The National Post, the Loach residence – boasting a Steinway grand piano and a state of the art recording studio – will provide a unique setting for this intimate concert. Coupled with wine and hors d’oeuvres, this Salon Concert provides a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to enjoy musical performance in an exclusive, personal setting.
Tickets $150 each
- A $75 tax receipts
- Concert admission
- Light refreshments
Purchase tickets to this extremely limited event by calling
1-800-838-3006 or purchase online.
Event sponsored by:
Richard Ouzounian officially launched our 2011-2012 season in the Toronto Star in an article titled Time For Change in Toronto’s Musical Theatre.
Read all about our season here.