March 6, 2014 Interactive Q&As
The State of the Art
March 4, 2014 Elegies
Today, we present the second installment of our podcast series, The State of the Art, in which we’ll be inviting Canadian musical theatre artists, programmers, administrators and more, to discuss the current state of Canadian Musical Theatre. Hosted by Associate Producer Nathaniel Bryan, this series promises to offer an in depth look at everything this country is currently offering, and how we can do it even better.
Today, Nathaniel chats with Irene Sankoff and David Hein, the creators’ behind My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, and Scott Christian and Kevin Shea, two of the three writers of A Misfortune and Hero & Leander.
Elegies: A Song Cycle
February 28, 2014 Craigslist Cantata
The first day of rehearsals for Elegies: A Song Cycle has thus far been a very special day for everyone in the room. Familiar faces greeting new faces, and the excitement of reunion and drive in the air. We just had to share some of the thrill with you, and captured it in some photos and a special video from the cast and crew. More
February 27, 2014 Flashback Fridays
As the tour of Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata wraps up, we present the third cast member, Qasim Khan’s, Triple Threat. Qasim’s unique style has brought a distinct vibrancy to the piece, and we’re sad to see the run come to an end. As he gets ready to put his clarinet to bed on Sunday, Qasim indulges us (and himself?) with his love of musical theatre, ABBA and foreign recordings of Mamma Mia. More
February 25, 2014 Global News
Sara Farb, who started our performing with Acting Up Stage in 2008′s Edges, has become a perennial favorite of ours. She has performed in practically every UnCovered concert, in which Reza Jacobs and Canadian musical theatre stars reimagine the songbook of a pop legend. Today, she takes some time to reflect on this awesome shot of herself from The Long and Winding Road. More
Thomas Tony Tuesdays
Well ladies and gentleman, today marks the last Tony Tuesday blog from me. For this last entry, I wanted to look away from performances and instead to the acceptance speeches from the individuals who create the shows and roles we love so much. More