One Song Glory
About the Program
One Song Glory 2012
Our commitment to building the audiences and artists of tomorrow is focused around the month-long training program, One Song Glory. Each year, up to forty-five 13 – 19 year olds from diverse backgrounds and communities across Ontario come together to train under the guidance of Toronto’s top musical theatre professionals in a positive and encouraging environment.
One Song Glory is founded on two principles:
- the focus, determination and self-discipline that theatre requires, builds character and is of lasting value; and
- that this is a no cost program; affordability is not a barrier to participation.
Participants take master classes, participate in workshops, and train with professional directors and musical directors over four weekends. In addition, each student gets the chance to work on two musical theatre numbers that they perform at a final showcase performance.
2012 Program Dates
- November 10th
- November 17th
- November 24th
- December 1st
- December 2nd
Brenley Charkow, Darcy Evans, Ray Hogg, Chris Jackman
Tara Litvack, Shari Porter, Daniel Rutzen, Chris Tsujiuchi
Allie Fenwick, Amanda Silcoff, Amariah Faulkner, Andrew Ricci, Anique Mercier, Austin McCarley, Aveleigh Keller, Blair MacMillan, Brittni Kenny, Brontae Hunter, Cole Ouellette, Crysania Sprott, Darby McCann, Devin Cecchetto, Dominique Ducreay-Jean Jacques, Ella Ballentine, Gabriella Albino, Gemma Bordonaro, Gerica Morgan, Giovanna Pandullo, Graham Tarajos, Gray Monczka, Halley McKeown, Jack Comerford, James Farah, Jamie Hoar, Jared Klein, Jessica MacNeill, Joey Gargaro, Joseph Fabie, Kate Shaw, Katherine Welsh, Katie Oswald, Kristin Ferruccio, Lia Luz, Liam Mcpaul, Libby Adams, Lily Fowler, Marie-Christelle Nzokirishaka, Nicholas Cunha, Nicolette Lauzier, Ridgley Dier, Sherry Wang, Sydney Addison-Rudat, Thomas Orwen-Goldhar and Zoi Samonas
Auditions for One Song Glory
Auditions for One Song Glory 2013 will be held in the early Fall. Thanks for your interest, and check back in Summer 2013 for audition details. For more information please email email@example.com or call 416-927-7880 x 5.
Frequently asked questions
What is it?
One Song Glory is a unique program with a mandate to deliver absolutely FREE musical theatre training for the youth of Ontario. Participants will take master classes, participate in workshops, and train with professional directors and musical directors who work in the Toronto musical theatre scene to hone their skills. In addition, each student will get the chance to work on two musical theatre numbers that they will perform at two final showcase performances at the Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Is there a cost to the program?
No! The program is fully subsidized so that cost is not a barrier to participation.
How do I get in?
All prospective participants must audition for the program. 1 piece of music (preferably from the musical theatre canon – contemporary preferred) will be performed at the audition. An accompanist will be provided so please bring sheet music.
When will the auditions be?
The auditions will take place October 14 and 27, 2012.
What is the time commitment for this?
If selected, you will be REQUIRED to attend four rehearsals (4 Saturdays in November) You will then need to be at the theatre on the day of the showcase, at 12:00 p.m. and remain until the show is completed (approximately 10pm). Participants must be available for all dates.
Who should I contact with further questions?
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions.