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Sunday, 27 January 2013 11:52

Robyn Hayle: So Much for Good Behavior

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song and Script Spotlight

Robyn Hayle: So Much for Good Behavior Like a Year-Long Valentine

Following her debut album “Arms Full of Roses,” Toronto-based singer Robyn Hayle has released her first album of entirely original compositions, “So Much for Good Behavior.”

It’s a terrific selection of sensual, bluesy ballads, bossa nova and swing that showcases the Montreal-born, mezzo soprano’s wonderful and versatile voice.

Sunday, 20 January 2013 12:07


Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Les Misérables—One Bash More!


Toronto’s Own Colm Wilkinson

To Attend SAG Awards in Los Angeles Next Sunday, Jan. 27th

Sunday, 20 January 2013 11:47


Written by Administrator


Back to the land of my birth. 

Canada:  Cosette Remembers


As the Cross-Country “Dream Tour” Begins Tonight in Milton, Soprano Rebecca Caine Reflects on Her Native Land

“Canada has always been immensely kind

and generous to me.”


Song and Script Exclusive: Thom Allison Performs Intimate All Sondheim Concert

this Sunday in Winnipeg In Support of Exciting New Theatre zone41

With Oscar Night A Month Away, Toronto-born Rebecca Caine, the Original Cosette, Reminisces About the Les Misérables Phenomenon Since That Magical London World Premier Engagement Almost 30 Years Ago

Thursday, 17 January 2013 14:44


Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Cosette and Valjean Re-United

Canadian-born Soprano Rebecca Caine,

Creator of the Role of Cosette

in Original London Stage Production of

“Les Misérables,” Returns to Canada

as Cross-Country “Dream Concert” Tour Continues

Star of Record-Breaking Original Canadian Company of “The Phantom of the Opera”

Will Perform With Michael Burgess, Jean Valjean in Original Canadian Company

of Les Misérables

Mark Cassius, Former Nylon and Broadway Star, Comes to Green Door Cabaret This Friday, Dec. 21


“A Very Merry Cassius – The Holiday Concert”


Guests will include Fellow Broadway Vet Marcus Nance and another

Former Nylon, Gavin Hope

Tuesday, 18 December 2012 16:35

New Song for Les Misérables

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

New Song for Les Misérables

Movie Adaptation Nominated

for Golden Globe

and Critics’ Choice Awards

“Suddenly,” a new song composer Claude-Michel Schönberg and lyricists Alain Boublil/Herbert Krezmer have written for Tom Hooper’s film adaptation of Les Misérables, has been nominated for a Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Award.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012 00:02

david sereda at The Green Door Cabaret

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

"David Sereda sings like an angel and writes like a sinner." – Michael Ondaatje, author, The English Patient


Noted Singer-songwriter david sereda Brings His Magical Artistry To the Green Door Cabaret


This Wednesday night, Dec. 12th Songs of Hope and Perseverance

Song and Script Recommends


Hey, Jesus!  “I’ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want!”

Mel C. of the Spice Girls Stars in thrilling new production

of Jesus Christ Superstar


UK Arena Rock Spectacular

Now showing at Cineplex Theatres

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 16:05

Thom Allison: " A Star To Ignite" - Part 1

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

 Thom Allison, "A Star to Ignite"—Part One

Song & Script exclusive review

Thom Allison’s “Broadway, My Way”

Who needs the Great White Way when we've got Thom?

Tuesday, 04 December 2012 15:59

Thom Allison: Part Two

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Thom Allison: Part Two

Shut Up, It’s Christmas! Naughty AND Nice

Thom Allison Dishes About His Upcoming Christmas Cabaret at

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

With the Incomparable Diane Leah on keyboards and special guest Sara Farb

Friday, 30 November 2012 16:47


Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song and Script Exclusive!

First Toronto preview screening of Les Miserables -- Song and Script was there!

Tom Hooper's Les Miz is an operatic transformation of cinematic musical theatre

Les Miserables is simply the best movie musical I've ever seen.

The new technique of recording the voices first and adding the orchestra later have enabled the perfomers, especially Jackman and Hathaway, to "act" the songs, not just sing them. The solos now are actually soliloquies that advance story and character.

Thursday, 08 November 2012 17:41


Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song and Script Exclusive

Thom Allison in Concert, Nov. 30th:

Broadway, My Way

Canada’s Hottest Musical Theatre Celebrity Reveals His Program for Highly Anticipated Toronto Concert


Canadian B’way Vet Louise Pitre Heads Lineup for

2012 Gilda’s Club Fundraiser

Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto has announced some of the entertainers who will perform Saturday, Nov. 17th at the SONY Centre as part of It’s Always Something, the 11th annual fundraising evening of comedy, music and dance.  Russell Peters will host.

Sunday, 21 October 2012 14:03


Written by Jo Frankel

Last week David Mirvish announced that he was tearing down the Princess of Wales theatre in order to put up condos. Most people’ first reactions were shock and dismay – Toronto has a lot of condos but very few large theatres. David then went on to explain how this lovely theatre, built as recently as the 1990s, was sitting empty a lot of the time, and half-empty, even when it was running a show. What the explanation basically came down to was that Toronto has too many big theatres for the number of theatre attendees.

Saturday, 20 October 2012 14:44

That’s Dr. Phantom to You!

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song & Script Exclusive

Song & Script was there!

That’s Dr. Phantom to You!


Show business can make parents’ dreams come true in perplexing ways.

Colm Wilkinson’s mother wanted him to be a priest, he recalled.  His father wanted him to have a reliable profession, like being a doctor.

In the film adaption of Les Misérables (being released Christmas Day), Wilkinson plays Bishop Digne who forgives Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) and gives him a second chance. This past Thursday, Toronto’s Ryerson University conferred on him an Honory Doctorate, its highest, a Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa.

Saturday, 20 October 2012 14:34

Colm Wilkinson Launches Tour

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

It’s Spine-Tingling Goosebumps Time! – Part Three!     .

Colm Wilkinson Launches Ontario and Alberta Tours Featuring Christmas and

Seasonal Favorites Next Month

Thursday, 18 October 2012 13:42

MCC Toronto Choir CD Release: These Old Walls

Written by Dennis Kucherawy
Now available at Song & Script

Toronto Musical Theatre Maven Teams With The Phantom of the Opera Music Director To ProduceThese Old Walls
Beautiful New CD Featuring Various Genres of Sacred and Secular Music Now Available at Song & Script
Features The Noted Choir of MCC Toronto and Some of the Finest Soloists of Toronto Music Scene
CD Release Concerts:  November 9 and 10, 2012 at MCC Toronto
Wednesday, 17 October 2012 15:07


Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Bloodless review:

Some People Would Kill for a Good Musical


Talented Cast Including Stratford Festival Veterans Launches Theatre 20’s Inaugural Season with Joseph Aragon’s Ambitious and Entertaining Show

Monday, 15 October 2012 15:26


Written by Dennis Kucherawy


Lucy Peacock and Her Stellar Friends Strut Their Stuff To Benefit PAL Stratford at the Avon Theatre


Just when you thought it was time to go back and sit in your room, it’s time to hear the music play once again.  The action is tonight in Stratford at the Avon Theatre where Lucy Peacock heads a stellar line-up headed by Loreena McKennit and Brent Carver.

Friday, 12 October 2012 16:48


Written by Dennis Kucherawy


Multi-Juno Award-winning Kim Richardson Joins her Legendary Mom, Jackie Richardson, at Toronto’s Global Cabaret Festival This Weekend for Some Hot Singing

Kim’s latest album Mes Amours available at Song & Script

Most folks visit their Moms on weekend for Sunday dinner. Not Kim Richardson and not this Sunday. They will join forces at 3:15 p.m. to belt out a cabaret that could feature any kind of music ranging from gospel and jazz to rock and funk. She didn’t know when I spoke to her because she had not talked to Mom yet.

“An off-beat tour-de-force: smart, dark and daring.” – Winnipeg Free Press
Bloodless, Theatre 20’s Inaugural Musical, Set to Kill

Directed by Adam Brazier with creative consultant Colm Wilkinson

Previews Begin This Tuesday, Oct. 9th, Opens Next Thursday, Oct. 11th
Friday, 05 October 2012 13:54

New Toronto Performing Arts Award Established

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Song & Script Exclusive!

New Toronto Performing Arts Award Established in Honor of One of Stage and Screen’s Greatest
Song and Dance Men
Randolph Academy Establishes  Gregory Hines Performing Arts Mentorship Award to Honor
One of Showbiz History’s Greatest Tap Dancers
Thursday, 04 October 2012 15:43

Goosebumps Time Part 1

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

It’s Spine-Tingling Goosebumps Time! – Part One

Tony Award-winning Brent Carver a highlight of Global

Cabaret Festival’s Star-laden

Fifth Anniversary Weekend

Tickets for each cabaret range from $15 for students to $25/$20 in advance

The sensational Brent Carver, one of Canada’s and the world’s greatest musical theatre stars, will headline an entertaining weekend of song and music next weekend in Toronto’s Distillery District at the Global Cabaret Festival’s Fifth Anniversary weekend.

The festival runs this year from Friday, October 12th to Sunday, October 14th.  It showcases the best in music, dance and theatrical cabaret under one roof for one weekend only.  The entire Young Centre for the Performing Arts, home of Soulpepper Theatre, is transformed into a Cabaret venue, where more than 150  of Canada’s leading performing artists create more than 20 original one-hour cabarets.  The schedule allows the public to see as many as six distinct shows in a single day.

Thursday, 04 October 2012 15:36

Goosebumps Time Part 2

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

It’s Spine-Tingling Goosebumps Time! – Part Two

Thom Allison, hit of the summer in Shaw Festival’s Ragtime, Returns to Toronto for Two Performances next month and in December

Brent Carver may already have his Tony Award for Kiss of the Spider Woman, but he’s going to have company really soon.

As predicted here at Song & Script (see blog, “Exclusive interview with Thom Allison), Thom Allison has been the sensation of the summer with his breakout performance as Coalhouse Walker, Jr. in the musical Ragtime, the most successful musical in Southern Ontario this year.

Thursday, 06 September 2012 14:59

Rose Theatre Brampton Presents

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Rose Theatre Brampton Presents

Canadian Rock Legend Randy Bachman, Famed Folk Singer Arlo Guthrie,
Fiddling/Step Dancing Sensation Leahy and Sing-a-Long Sound of Music as
Part of its Seventh Season
Begins Friday Night with Performance by Iranian-born Richmond Hill native
Ramin Karimloo, original West End Star of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies

No Original Broadway Cast Recording for Stratford’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar

Confirmation Comes on Release of Re-Mastered Original Album Recorded in 1970 Starring Ian Gillan of Deep Purple as Jesus Christ, actor Murray Head as Judas Iscariot and Yvonne Elliman as Mary Magdalene.

Wizard behind the Green Door Cabaret Takes Centre Stage This Sunday Night with "A Celebration of the Great White Way" at Rosedale United Church

Special "Pay-What-You-Can" Benefit Concert For Haiti

It’s Jesus Christ Superstar Week as “Marcus Nance and Friends” Returns To NYC’s Prestigious Metropolitan Room This Coming Week

Chilina Kennedy Also Performs Her Own Cabaret with Special Guests:    Stratford Superstar co-stars Tony Award-nominated Josh Young and Paul Nolan

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