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Dennis Kucherawy

Dennis Kucherawy


Contrary to Tom Cochrane,

life is more than a highway, 

according to one of Canada’s

greatest playwrights,

indigenous or otherwise. 

It’s the universe.

That’s the ambitious theatrical palette Tomson Highway embraces in the Toronto premiere of his awesome new musical that bursts with originality, energy, imagination and, of course, love.  In addition to writing the show’s book, lyrics and music, he plays the piano as part of a trio.

Soulpepper’s Hosanna sparks memories of Monette

Often outrageously hilarious and at times sadly tragic, Soulpepper’s “Hosanna” is regarded as one of Montréal playwright Michel Tremblay’s greatest plays.

Set in the demi-monde of Montreal’s Blvd. St. Laurent, colloquially known as “The Main,” the play begins with a drag queen named Hosanna, who is obsessed with the cinematic glamour goddess Elizabeth Taylor.

Hosanna is quietly returning from a Hallowe’en to the bachelor apartment on Plaza Saint-Hubert he shares with his lover, an aging would-be macho biker stud named Cuirette.

Pulitzer Prize-winning Cancer Author to Speak Monday at Toronto Reference Library

Siddhartha Mukherjee to deliver 2016 The Cutting Edge Lecture as part of Appel Salon Series

By Dennis Kucherawy

This Monday, Oct. 17th, Siddhartha Mukherjee, the Indian-born American scientist, physician and writer, will deliver a lecture titled “It’s All About You:  Personalized Medicine and a Revolution in Cancer Treatment.”  Sponsored by the Krembil Foundation, it’s the 2016 lecture in the series titled “The Cutting Edge:  Exploring New Ideas at the Intersection of Health and Technology.”

Kensington Market Jazz Festival

Salutes Beloved Pioneer,

Drummer Archie Alleyne

By Dennis Kucherawy

“Without the past, there is no future.”  Toronto jazz pioneer Archie Alleyne’s famous and wise words best describe the arrival of the Kensington Market Jazz Festival (KMJF) premiering this weekend.  It’s a return to one of the roots of Toronto…and Canada’s … jazz scene.

Kensington Market Jazz Festival to Feature Stellar Lineup This Weekend – Sept. 16th to 18th

For Canada’s internationally renowned jazz diva Molly Johnson, this weekend is more than a dream come true.  It’s a homecoming.

By Dennis Kucherawy

“Jersey Boys” Love to Love (Donna) Summer

This January, “Jersey Boys,” the Four Seasons’ juke-box musical, will close after 11 years on Broadway.  The Tony and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical, also a recipient of a 2007 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show album, is the 12th longest running in the history of the Great White Way.

This summer, the show’s director and choreographer, two former Torontonians, reunited to make magic happen again, this time with the life and music of the late great Disco Diva Donna Summer. She died in 2012.

North York Cancer Benefit Concert Lineup Defies Gravity

Together We’re Unlimited – Monday, Sept. 19th

By Dennis Kucherawy

“A formidable force of will and phenomenal technique,” Chris Jones of the venerable Chicago Tribune raved about her performance.

The Chicago Sun-Times said she was “astonishing,” and that her rendition of the unforgettable “Rose’s Turn,” a nervous breakdown set to music, was volcanic.

Tomorrow night (Friday), Canadian

rock ‘n’ roll legend Randy Bachman will

once again take care of business by

kicking off this year’s Bandstand series

at The Ex.

With Guess Who bandmate Burton Cummings, Bachman has written some of Canada’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll songs

including “These Eyes,” “No Time,” “Undun,” “Share the Land” … the list goes on and on. 

By Dennis Kucherawy

Music at the Annual MCC Toronto Service Features “Kinky Boots’” Co-Star A.J. Bridel and Jeigh Madjus (Off-Broadway’s “Here Lies Love”)

This Sunday, July 3rd, A.J. Bridel, “Kinky Boots’” showstopper and 2016 Dora nominee, will headline MCC Toronto’s “Church on Church Street,” Canada’s largest annual outdoor worship service led by Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes.


Stratford/Shaw/Broadway vet in Concert

Dora Warmup This Monday, June 27th

Opens in “Life After” at Fringe Festival July 1st

If football games have tail-gate parties, what do theatre award shows have?  If it’s Toronto, it’s a special Happy Hour jazz concert with lovely leading lady Kaylee Harwood!

This Monday, in her words, it’s “a Pre-Dora Awards pit stop” at 120 Diner from 6 to 7 p.m.  It’s located at 120 Church Street, near Richmond St. E.  Call 416-792-7725 for reservations or text 416-706-4237.

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