The Lower Ossington Theatre (LOT) and Producer Lindsay Woods are proud to present the smash hit of the
2002 Toronto Fringe Festival, Top Gun! The Musical, now celebrating its 10th anniversary. Top Gun! The
Musical, directed by Alexander Plouffe, plays from June 8 to June 29, 2012 at the LOT.
Set in a decrepit rehearsal hall, down and out writer/director Billy Palmer (Apocalypse Wow!) attempts to
keep his musical adaptation of Top Gun from crashing and burning, despite a quarreling cast, a sketchy
ex-Navy Seal producer, and surprise budgetary restrictions. More »
b current Performing Arts in co-production with Theatre Archipelago proudly presents the full stage mounting of Obeah Opera. A total musical journey with a twist, the evocative production celebrates significant influence of black music combining blues, folk, jazz, gospel, spirituals, R&B, and traditional genres. Created (book, libretto, and music) by Nicole Brooks, this mesmerizing work will be presented as part of Black History Month at the 918 Bathurst Cultural Centre from February 16 – March 4, 2012. More »
Justin Rutledge’s newest album, The Early Widows (from Six Shooter*Warner), has been nominated for a 2011 Juno Award in the Roots & Traditional Album of the Year: Solo category.
BirdLand Theatre with Talk Is Free Theatre Presents:
Conceivably the most controversial musical ever written.
BirdLand Theatre, winner of 5 Dora Awards for The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, will première the bold, original, surreal, thought provoking and alarmingly funny musical Assassins. Adam Brazier will direct John Weidman and Stephen Sondheim’s critically acclaimed musical, which runs from Thursday, February 4th to Saturday, February 20th, 2010 at The Theatre Centre. More »
WatersEdge Productions, a new independent theatre company, presents its debut production in Toronto: the Canadian premiere of bare, the rock musical that has garnered a worldwide fan base since its award-winning Los Angeles staging, and its subsequent sold-out five-week Off-Broadway run.
With music by Damon Intrabartolo and lyrics by Jon Hartmere, bare opens July 17 and runs through to August 1, 2009 with an exuberant young cast of 19 actors at Toronto’s Hart House Theatre tackling themes of teen sexuality, religious angst, and unrelenting social and family pressure.