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Sunday, 17 April 2016 16:23

Closed Sundays

Written by Dane Taylor


Saturday, 09 November 2013 17:20


Written by Dane Taylor

We have closed our online store and and this site is in "browse only" mode. 

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Song & Script Music Store is open at 2 Bloor Street West in Cumberland Terrace.

Monday to Saturday Open 10am - 6pm Closed Sundays or by appointment only.

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CD of Louise Pitre’s Hit One-Woman Show Now Available!

If you missed Louise Pitre’s autobiographical one-woman show at Theatre Passe Muraille last week, you can still hear the music with the production’s cast album titled, as the show is, “On the Rocks: Stirred Not Shaken.”

Known for her Tony-nominated performance in the Broadway company of the ABBA musical “Mamma Mia” and as Fantine in the original Canadian company of “Les Misérables,”,

Sunday, 29 September 2013 15:05

The Last Of The Great Songbooks

Written by Dane Taylor

The Last of the Great Songbooks

Merry Christmas songbook

Reader’s Digest discontinued

The Reader’s Digest Merry Christmas Songbook is all about sharing with loved ones and fellow worshipers the joy of Christmas, this most precious time of the year. Here within the covers of this book, is a collection of 108 favourite songs and instrumentals that, year after year, will help to make your holiday season even more memorable.

Thursday, 26 September 2013 15:19

Sixth Annual Global Cabaret Festival Returns

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

6th Annual Global Cabaret Festival Returns to Distillery District

Soulpepper Theatre Presentation Takes Place Oct. 24th to 27th

Sophie Millman, Jackie Richardson with Micah Barnes and Molly Johnson Among Many Talented Performers

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 13:54

Life Well Done With a Side of Music

Written by Dane Taylor

I can’t remember a time when Song and Script hasn’t been a part of my adult life. If a retail store could tell stories, what would those stories be about? Well they would be about people. About the people who worked there. The people who shopped. The browsers. The TWs or Time Wasters. The neighbours that you like and the crazies that you can hopefully avoid. Its about the neighbourhood. Yorkville.

“Does That Mean I Can Do Anything?”

Some Thoughts for Canada Day:

A Just Society 2.0, 2013

“The only way you can predict the future, is to build it.” – Alan Kay, American computer scientist

”The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”

Canadians are proud we live in a multicultural society.

Wednesday, 26 June 2013 16:32

Soulpepper Marching in Pride Parade

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Soulpepper’s Upcoming “Angels in America” Artists and Company Members to March in this Sunday’s PRIDE Toronto Parade

Nearly 100 People from the Theatre Will Walk in Addition to Stilt Walkers, Dancers and a Brass Band

Tony Kushner’s Much Anticipated Modern Classic Begins Performances July 19th

“Don’t be afraid; people are so afraid; don’t be afraid to live in the raw wind, naked, alone… Learn at least this: What you are capable of. Let nothing stand in your way.”
- Tony Kushner, “Angels in America,” Part One, Millennium Approaches

William Finn “Astounded” by Toronto Falsettos

Composer/Lyricist of Pioneering Musical Said Direction was “Finest in 10 years”


It’s not every day that the creator of a Tony Award-winning musical, especially one that’s widely considered to be ground-breaking, sees a Toronto production of his work and then showers it with praise.

Sunday, 05 May 2013 15:09

'Guys and Dolls' at Shaw

Written by Dennis Kucherawy

Shaw Festival’s Guys and Dolls Premieres Next Saturday Night

It’s “a probable twelve to seven” Guys and Dolls will be the hit of the summer!

I love Frank Loesser’s Guys and Dolls a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck.


So the song goes from one of Broadway’s most popular, successful and fun-filled musicals ever produced.  I’ve loved it ever since I first saw it in Grade 11.  And I’ve got company. Many consider it to be the best American musical ever written.  It’s certainly entertaining, a terrific afternoon/night at the theatre.  And I’m not saying that just because Big Julie told me to.

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