August 19 - 22, 2019

Blackout, 2003. 
Flying Disc Freestyle on the Toronto Islands. 
Fandom in the Age of Social Media. 
Prompted by major breaking news and surprising niche headlines, Canada’s most exciting musical minds have created an imaginative triptych of short original musicals inspired by the archives at The Globe and Mail.
REPRINT is the inaugural production of Launch Pad, a ground-breaking musical development residency from The Musical Stage Company and Yonge Street Theatricals.  This innovative program offers a 10-month residency in which musical theatre creators and artistic teams navigate a full developmental process, shepherding 30-minute musicals from conception to production, with guidance from internationally renowned mentors.
A Musical Stage Company and Yonge Street Theatricals Production, 
in association with The Globe and Mail.



Program Directors – Robert McQueen & Lynne Shankel 
Music & Lyrics – Anika Johnson & Barbara Johnston
Book – Nick Green
Director – Tracey Flye
Music Director & Supervisor – Adam Sakiyama
Music – Colleen Dauncey
Lyrics – Akiva Romer-Segal
Book – Ellen Denny
Director – Lezlie Wade
Music Director & Supervisor – Shelley Hanson
Music & Lyrics – Anton Lipovetsky
Book – Steven Gallagher
Director – Ann Hodges
Music Director & Supervisor – Wayne Gwillim
Brandon Antonio, Michael De Rose, Kaylee Harwood & Kelsey Verzotti 
Accompanist/Copyist – Jonathan Corkal
Stage Manager – Dustyn Wales
Apprentice Stage Manager – Hannah MacMillan
Production Manager – Andrei Mazuruc
Production Designer – Brandon Kleiman
Costumes Provided by – Alex Amini


Globe and Mail Centre 

All performances of REPRINT took place at The Globe and Mail Centre, located on the 17th Floor at 351 King St E.




A new musical by Colleen Dauncey, Akiva Romer-Segal and Ellen Denny. 


A new musical by Anton Lipovetzki and Stephen Gallagher. 


A new musical by Anika Johnson, Barbara Johnston and Nick Green. 


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the runtime of the show? The show is approx 100 minutes (each is piece about 30 minutes) with no intermission.
Are latecomers permitted? Latecomers will be seated at the back of the audience at appropriate intervals.
Who do I contact for access needs? Please contact Robyn Hoja, or at 416-927-7880. ext 221, to ask any access questions, purchase accessible seating, and to inquire about support person discounts.
Is the venue accessible? Yes. The Globe & Mail Centre’s 17th floor can be reached via elevator, along with accessible washrooms. We will have an easily accesible location for wheelchairs, but all seating is by movable chairs so we are happy to accomodate wherever you would like to watch the performance from. 
What is the recommended age for children? This show is best suited for children 12+. 

Launch Pad Program Sponsor:

Launch Pad Leading Lights: 

William J.S. Boyle, C.M.; The Di Bartolomeo, Di Lorenzo-Graham Foundation; Lucy White; The Slaight Family Foundation; Anonymous

Reprint Piano Sponsor: