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Thursday, 02 June 2016 13:33

Don DeLillo in Conversation

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Don DeLillo in Conversation Tonight at Reference Library

"The gods have equipped Don DeLillo with the antennae of a visionary.” – Martin Amis

It’s been a fantastic week for contemporary literature at the Reference Library’s Appel Salon downtown as two of our era’s greatest authors paid Toronto a visit to promote their new novels.

Monday night, Julian Barnes, Man Booker Prize Winner, spoke to a standing room only audience about “The Noise of Time,” his new, highly praised novel based on the life of Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 15:20

Dora Nominations Announced

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Nominations Announced for 37th Annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards

Prizes honor best in Toronto Performing Arts

The Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA) today announced 236 nominations for the 221 eligible productions for the 37th annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards.

For the 2015-16 season, 113 producing companies registered eligible productions.  The winners will be announced at the glittering ceremony hosted by award-winning actor/director Bruce Dow on Monday, June 27th at Harbourfront Centre’s Concert Stage.  The annual Silver Ticket and Audience Choice Awards also will be revealed.

Leading companies receiving nominations are:

Julian Barnes, Man Booker Prize Winner, Appears Tonight at Reference Library

New novel based on life of Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich hailed as his “masterpiece”

“…a magnificent fictionalized retelling of the composer’s life under Stalin.” – The Guardian

Julian Barnes, one of our era’s greatest writers, will appear tonight at the Toronto Reference Library’s Appel Salon to discuss his new, highly-acclaimed novel “The Noise of Time.”

Acting Up Stage Company Celebrates 10th “Uncovered” Anniversary with David Bowie/Queen Tribute

Broadway stars Brent Carver and Paul Nolan Lead Talented Company

Thunderbolt and frightening, very very frightening?  Well, you and Scaramouche might as well do the fandango as Beelzebub has a devil of a concert put aside for you later this year.

Saturday, 28 May 2016 16:01

Broadway Vet Bruce Dow Directs

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Broadway Vet Bruce Dow Directs Premiere of “A Glass Hive AKA The Comedy of Errors”

Fringe Festival Production Features Emerging Artists from Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts

Debuts Wed., June 29th

"Shakespearean comedy tends to flourish at Stratford, in part, because it is often entrusted to veterans like Bruce Dow.” – New York Times.

Lewis Carroll's fantastical novel "Alice in Wonderland,"

published in 1865, has challenged many writers and musicians who sought to adapt it for the stage, screen and even ballet.

The story’s imaginative world of changing dimension and proportions, wordplay, puns and outrageous characters such as the Mad Hatter, March Hare, Cheshire Cat, to name just a few, has challenged directors, choreographers, writers, and especially musicians for more than 140 years.

Song & Script Exclusive

 June All-Star Toronto Fundraising Concert to Support Fort McMurray Residents

Next month, some of Canada’s greatest talents will perform at Roy Thomson Hall to raise money to help the people of fire-ravaged Fort McMurray.

Saturday, 21 May 2016 15:59

Review – The Piano Guys

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

With their YouTube videos receiving more than one billion hits, that internet phenomenon The Piano Guys thrilled a sold-out audience at the SONY CENTRE May 12th and left them with an important lesson.

Classical music is fun.

Stafford Arima’s New Musical Receives World Premiere at Prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival This July

"Poster Boy" Opens July 27th

You could say Canadian Olivier-nominated director Stafford Arima now has his Oskar.

Friday, 13 May 2016 13:44

April Snow – Stephanie Martin

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Just released! April Snow

A Song & Script Interview

Newsflash – God has released a CD.  Well, not God, but the voice of God – Toronto’s Stephanie Martin.

She was the heavenly messenger who introduced athletes and dignitaries during the opening and closing ceremonies of Toronto’s Pan Am /Para Pan Games last summer (2015).

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