Views
6 years ago

Volume 12 - Issue 6 - March 2007

  • Text
  • Theatre
  • Jazz
  • Toronto
  • Arts
  • April
  • Musical
  • Symphony
  • Orchestra
  • Choral
  • Violin

Back to Ad Index...

Back to Ad Index... CONCERTS: Beyond the GTAdent Soloists' Day II. MacKinnon 107, Gold·schmidt Room, UofG, 50 Stone Rd. East,Guelph. 519·824-4120 x52991. Free, donationsappreciated.- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Choral Series: Eastertide. Thompson: The Placeof the Blest, for treble choir, string quintet andwinds, and other works. Les Choristes; UWOSingers. von Kuster Hall, Music Building, UWO,London. 519-661-3767. Free.Beyond GTA: Friday April 06- 7:30: Georgian Bay Concert Choir.Bach's St. John Passion. Giles Tomkins, AlbertGreer, Delaine Smith, Susanne Hawkins, BrodieMiller, singers; a small professional orchestra;Henriette Blom, conductor. St. Andrew's PresbyterianChurch, 865 2nd Ave. West OwenSound. 519-371-2935. .- 7:30: Gerald Fagan Singers/FanshaweChorus London. Bach Mass in B Minor. LeslieFagan, soprano; Anita Krause, alto; StuartHowe, tenor; Alexander Dobson, bass; ConcertPlayers Orchestra; Gerald Fagan, conductor.Centennial Hall, 550 Wellington St., London.519-433-9650, 866-244-0762. ; (st).- 7:30: Grand Philharmonic Choir. BachMass in B Minor. Suzie Le Blanc, soprano; DanielTaylor, countertenor; Michael Schade, tenor;The historicmasterpiece thatnever ceases toamaze:Beethoven's 9thSymphony.Opening theprogram is Mozart'sSinfoniaConcertante withsoloists Igor andVesna Gruppman.Peter McGillivray, baritone; Kitchener-WaterlooSymphony; Howard Dyck, conductor. Centre InThe Square, 101 Queen St. North, Kitchener.519-578-1570, 800-265-8977. -;$ lO(st rush; ch to grade 8); (eyeGD).- 7:30: St. George United Church. Cantata.Stainer: The Crucifixion. Jonathan Dick, bass/baritone; Mark Dubois, tenor/conductor. 9 BeverlySt. East St. George. 519-448-1956. Offering.- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. Musicfor Good Friday. Choruses from Bach cantatas &St. John Passion, instrumental works by Vivaldi,Handel. Guest: Avery Maclean, recorder. GeorgetownBach Chorale and Chamber Orchestra; RonaldGreidanus, artistic director. Knox PresbyterianChurch, 116 Main St. South, Georgetown.905-877-8321. .- 8:00: Melos Chorale Ensemble/ChalmersChurch. Good Friday at Chalmers, 2007.Rutter. Requiem; Purcell: I was glad when theysaid unto me (anthem); Vaughan Williams: Noth·ing is here for Tears; commissioned work forstring quartet flute, oboe, organ, choir.Guests: Chalmers Church choir, Melos StringQuartet, flute, oboe, timpani, harp, and organ;David Cameron, music director. ChalmersUnited Church, 212 Barrie St., Kingston.613-549- 7125. ; (sr); $ lO(ch);(adv); (adv sr); (adv ch).SATURDAY APRIL 21, 20077:30 pm Calvary Baptist ChurchOSHAWATICKETS:GENERAL s T u D E N T $ 2 0 P::luded905-579-6711Available on-line atwww.odso.caII!l Canada Trust tt{IHiCNINTHOSHAWA DURHAMSYMPHONY ORCHESTRABeyond GT A: Saturday April 07- 7:30: Liberation Choir. Easter Concert.Choral & orchestral favourites. Jennifer McMa·hon, soprano; Guelph Symphony Orchestra, Si·mon Irving, conductor; Combined Children's Choir,Elizabeth Webster, conductor; Willem Van Sui·jdam, director. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1Summers Lane, Hamilton. 519-763-3000,800-520-2408. -.- 8:00: Orchestra London. Joseph Lanza &Friends. Purcell: Abdelazar (excerpts); Bach: Suite#3; Vivaldi: Trio Sonata (La Folia). Joseph Lanza,leader/violin; Miho Hashizume, violin; CatharinaMeints, cello. St. Paul's Cathedral, 472 RichmondSt. London. 519-679-8778. ; (sr/st).Opera, Music Theatre, DancePlease note: performances are listed by show title.Shows starting with "The" are listed under T.- 3. Peggy Baker Dance Projects. BettyOliphant Theatre. *CANCELLED DUE TO INJU.RY*- A Contemporary Opera Workshop­Menotti· The Old Maid and the Thiet Frid:The Diary of Anne Frank. TrypTych. MarionSamuel Stevens, Charlotte Burrage, GillianGrossman, & others, performers; EdwardFranko, stage director; Erika Crino, Brett Kingsbury,music directors. Mar 3, 5-7: 8:00. WestHall Theatre, Trinity Presbyterian Church, 2737Bayview Ave. 416-763-5066 xl. .-A Footstep of Air& Opus 19/TheOreamer& Voluntaries. National Ballet of Canada.Music by Beethoven, Prokofiev & Poulenc.National Ballet Orchestra. James Ehnes, violin;Eliot Feld, Jerome Robbins, Glen Tetley, choreography.Mar 21-24: 7:30; Mar24-25: 2:00. 45minutes prior. Ballet Talk. Four Seasons Centrefor the Perfonming Arts, 145 Queen St. West416-345-9595. -0.- A little like Magic. Famous PEOPLEPlayers. Black light theatre, Rock n' Roll classicsfrom Elvis & Tina Turner, & hits from the50's-70's. Mar 17: 2:00 & 7:30. NewmarketTheatre, 505 Pickering Crescent, Newmarket.905-953-5122. ; (under 12).- Alice: A Musical Inspired by Alice inWonderland. Oakville Centre for the PerformingArts/L' Arsenal a Musique. Introducesaudience to the joy of concert music, for ages7 +.Apr 1: 1 :OD. Oakville Centre for the PerformingArts, 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905-815-2021 ,888-489-7784. .99.-Anne of Green Gables. Brampton MusicTheatre. Mar 6-9: 7:30; Mar 10: 2:00 & 7:30.The Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton.905-874-2800. ; (sr/st); (ch).-Annie. Hummingbird Centre for the PerformingArts. Book by Thomas Meehan, musicby Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin.Conrad John Schuck, Marissa O'Donnell, performers;Martin Charnin, director. Mar 7, 9:8:00, Mar 8, 10: 2:00 & 8:00. 1 Front St. East.416-872-2262. -.-At the Hop. Algonquin Theatre/SmileTheatre. Will true love prevail "At the Hop"?,by Sandra Margolese. Mar 17: 2:30. 37 Main St.East, Huntsville. 705-789-4975. .- Barrage live In Concert. Markham Theatrefor Performing Arts. Theatrical productioncentered on the ageless violin, incorporating avariety of traditions &styles, with a cast of sevenviolinists, two percussionists, a guitar & bassplayer. Mar 21: 8:00. 171 Town Centre Blvd.,Markham. 905-305-7469. .- Barrage: A Violin Sings, a Fiddle Dances.Gryphon Theatre. Fusion of music, dance,theatre & song centred around the violin, influencedby calypso, swing, folk, jazz, klezmer, classical& pop. Mar 22: 8:00. Administrative Centre,Bldg. C, Georgian College, 1 Georgian Drive,Barrie. 705-728-4613. ; (eyeGO).- Barrage live In Concert. The RoseTheatre. Mar 24: 8:00. 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton.905-874-2800. -.- BeanStock. Centre In The Square. Musicalretelling of the classic fairy tale for ages 4-8.Judy & David. Mar 28: 4:00 & 7:00. 101 QueenSt. North. Kitchener. 519-578-1570, 800-2658977. .- Bizet's Carmen. Opera by Request. Concertversion, complete except for choruses, pianoaccompaniment. Loralie Kirkpatrick, James Janz,Bryan Estabrooks, Maria Knight perfonmers;William Shookhoff, music director. Mar 3: 8:00.Eglinton St. George's United Church, 35 LyttonBlvd.416-455-2365. ; (sr/st).- Blood Brothers. Theatre Aquarius. ByWilly Russell; musical examines the bonds ofhuman nature in 60's Liverpool. Cyrus Lane, DavidLeyshon, Cara Hunter, Stephen Patterson, performers;Jane Johanson, choreographer; MichaelShamata, director. Mar 1-10: shows at 2:00 &8:00, call for dates & times. Dofasco Centre forthe Arts, 190 King William St., Hamilton. 905-522-7529, 800-465-7529. -.- OEEKAll' Roots Re-lived II. HarbourfrontCentre NextSteps/COBA (Collectiveof Black Artists). Audience favourites ofAfrican & Caribbean dance (Portrait · set to NinaSimone, Saraca ·Yoruba celebration & thanksgivingritual, Primal Fetel. addressing social themesrooted in African history. Bakari E. Lindsay, CharmaineHeadley, artistic co-founders. Mar 2-3:8:00; Mar 4: 3:00. Premiere Dance Theatre,Queen's Quay Terminal, 207 Queens Quay West.416-973-4000. ,; -(sr/st).- Delia's Hereafter Society. Queen's UniversitySchool of Music. Musical theatreproduction written & composed by Jennifer Bennett.Queen's Polyhymnia, Aurora Dokken, director.Mar 21: 7:30. Grant Hall, 43 UniversityAve., Queen's University, Kingston. 613-533-2558. ; (sr/st).- Die Tote Stadt. Opera In Concert. TheDead City, by Erich Komgold, opera in three scenes,libretto by Paul Schott (aka Julius and Erich Komgoldl.after Georges Rodenbuch's novel Bruges-la-Morte,performed in German. Joni Henson, Peter Barrettsingers; Robin Wheeler, music director/pianist. Apr 1:2:30, 1:45: Pre-concert talk by lain Scott. JaneMallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for theArts, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754. ,.- Disney's Beauty and the Beast. CurtainCall Players. Book by Alan Menken, lyrics byHoward Ashman & Tim Rice, book by Linda Wolverton.Jon Alexander, choreographer; KeithO'Connell, director; MJ Johnson, music director.Mar 29-31, Apr 5-7: 8:00; Mar 31, Apr 1, 7:2:00. Fairview Library Theatre, 35 Fairview MallDr. 416- 703-6181..- Divas in Concert. Arts in Concert. Thelikes of Aretha Franklin, Patsy Cline, Diana Ross,Bette Midler, Madonna, Barbra Streisand &Whitney Houston on one stage, conceived & directedby Ralf Hakenberg & Jim Broadley, ar-WWW. TH EWH OLENOTE.COM M ARCH 1 - A PR I L 7 2007

anged & conducted by Dr. Russ Weil, choreo·graphed by Angela Broadley. Mar 2: 8:00. 7:00:Visual artist reception, Heidi Brannan, host. RedeemerUniversity College Auditorium, 777 GarnerRd. East, Ancaster. 905-648-2139 x4211,877-700-3130. ; (adv, mention TheatreAncaster); ( 13 to 191; ( 12 & under).- OW163- Double Bill. Harbourfront Centre/DanceWorks.A Constellation of Bones, byAboriginal artists Santee Smith, choreographerKateri Akiwenzie-Damm, writer & composerDean Hapeta, explores love, unity, alienation &reconciliation through dance, spoken word andmusic, Kaha:wi Dance Theatre; Elastic Perspective,by Victor Quijada, contemporary & breakdancers investigate human relationships, RubberbandanceGroup. Mar 8-10: 8:00. Enwave Theatre,231 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000.; (sr/st/arts professional).- e-OENTITY. Mirvish Productions/TheatreGargantua. Multi-media, multi-disciplinaryproduction integrating text, movement, originalmusic, interactive projections & live online chat,looking at the ways human interaction haschanged since we've merged onto the informationhighway. Mar 20-May 20: Shows at 2:00 &8:00, call for dates & times. Royal AlexandraTheatre, 260 King St. West.416-872-1212,800-461-3333. -.- Elegies: A Song Cycle. Acting Up StageTheatre Company. Music & lyrics by WilliamFinn; dealing with loss in a post 9111 world; Torontopremiere. Thom Allison, Barbara Barsky,Steven Gallagher, Eliza-Jane Scott, MichaelStrathmore, performers; Mitchell Marcus, artisticproducer; Wayne Gwillim, musical director;Lezlie Wade, director. Mar 1-2: 8:00; Mar 3:2:00 & 8:00. Berkeley Street Upstairs Theatre,26 Berkeley St. -; (st/arts worker).416-368-3110.- GGS Opera Ensemble: Respighi's labe/la dormente net bosco (Sleeping Beautyin the Woods}. RCM. Members of the RoyalConservatory Orchestra. Mar 16, 22: 8:00; Mar18, 20: 2:00. RCM Concert Hall, 90 Croatia St.416-408-2824 x321. ; O(sr/st).- Great Italian Opera Excerpts. TorontoOpera Repertoire. Mar 21-22: 7:30. BickfordCentre Theatre, 777 Bloor St. W. 416-698-9572. Free.- Jerry's Girls. Showplace PerformanceCentre. Jerry Herman: music forwomen, fromMame, Hello Dolly!, Milk and Honey, La Cage AuxFoiles & others. Len Lifchus, director, William Crane,musical director, Tim Rowat, producer. Mar 1-3:8:00. Showplace Performance Centre, 290George St. North, Peterborough. 705-444-7089, 866-444-7089. . Fundraiser forShowplace Performance Centre.- Jerry's Girls. Civic Light Opera Company.Musical revue celebrating the BroadwayMusicals of Jerry Herman. StephanieDouglas, Ashley Gibson, Sandi Horwitz, JulieLennick, Joanna Megraw, & others, performers;Larry Westlake, choreographer; Joe Cascone,artistic director. Mar 1-3: shows at2:00 & 8:00, call for details. Fairview LibraryTheatre, 35 Fairview Mall Dr. 416-755-1717. (Fri/Sat); .50(Thu).- Joseph and the Amazing TechnicolorDreamcoat. The Rose Theatre/Troika Entertainment.Mar 11 . *SOLD OUT*- la Traviata. Toronto Opera Repertoire.By Giuseppe Verdi; in Italian with Englishprojected titles. Giuseppe Macina, artisticdirector. Mar 2: 7:30; Mar 4: 2:00. BickfordCentre Theatre, 777 Bloor St. W. 416-698-9572. ; (sr); $12(st).- little Bear and the Enchanted Wood.M ARC H 1 - APRIL 7 2007Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts.Musical by Maurice Sendak, singing, dancing,audience participation, for ages 3-6. Mar 10:1 :00 & 3:30. 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905-815-2021, 888-489-7784. .99.- little Bear and the Enchanted Wood.Living Arts Centre. Musical by Maurice Sendak;audience participation, for ages 3 to 8. Mar14: 1 :00 & 4:30. Hammerson Hall, Living ArtsCentre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000, 888-805-8888. ,,;,,(12 & under); (eyeGOJ.- little Bear and the Enchanted Wood.Markham Theatre for Performing Arts.Musical by Maurice Sendak; audience participation,for ages 3 to 6. Mar 16: 11 :OOam & 2:30.171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. ; (ch).- little Bear and the Enchanted Wood.Gryphon Theatre. Musical by Maurice Sendak;audience participation, forages 3 to 7. Mar 24:1 :00 & 3:30. Administrative Centre, Bldg. C,Georgian College, 1 Georgian Drive, Barrie.705-728-4613. .-Mack and Mabel. Shaw Festival. Romanticmusical about movie director Mack Sennett &leading lady Mabel Normand; music & lyrics byJerry Herman, book by Michael Stewart. BenedictCampbell, Glynis Ranney, Gabrielle Jones &others, players; David Neumann, choreographer;Paul Sportelli, musical director; Molly Smith,director. Apr 3-0ct 28: call for days & times.Festival Theatre, 10 Queen's Parade, Niagaraon-the-Lake.800-511-7429. Call for ticketprices.- Menopause Out loud! Capitol EventTheatre. Book & lyrics by Jeanie Linders. JayneLewis, Nicole Robert, Cynthia Jones, Rose Ryan& Jenny Hall, performers. Indefinite run: Tue,Thu, Fri: 8:00; Wed, Sat: 2:00 & 8:00; Sun: 2:00& 5:30. Capitol Event Theatre, 2492 Yonge St.416-872-1111 . .95.- Mozart's The Magic Flute. Ouinte ArtsCouncil. Opera de Quebec, Camp Musical desLaurentides. Mar 28: 7:30. Empire Theatre, 321Front St., Belleville. 613-969-0099. ; (sr/st); (reception & show).- Olde Tyme Music Hall. Drury Lane TheatricalProductions. Dancing, singing, jokes;audience participation encouraged. Sue lrmisch­Brown, director/choreographer; Donna Dunn­Albert, music director. Mar 1-3, 8-9: 8:00; Mar4: 2:00; Mar 10: 2:00 & 8:00. The Loft, DruryLane Theatre, 2269 New Street, Burlington.905-637-3979. ; opening & mat: (60+ );(st 18 & under); (12 & under).- Opera Series: The Rape of Lucretia.University ofToronto Faculty of Music. ByBenjamin Britten. Stephen Ralls, conductor; JenniferTarver, director. Mar 15-17: 7:30, Mar 18:2:30. MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building,80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. ;(sr/st).- Rigoletto. Toronto Opera Repertoire. ByGiuseppe Verdi; in Italian with English projectedtitles. Giuseppe Macina, artistic director. Mar 3:7:30. Bickford Centre Theatre, 777 Bloor St. W.416-698-9572. ; (sr); $12(st).- Stardust Follies. Markham Theatre forPerforming Arts. Song, dance and comedymusical. Mar 31: 2:30 & 8:00. 171 Town CentreBlvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. .- Stomp. Live Nation. Performers use everydayitems to make rhythms and sounds; music,dance, theatre, performance art. Mar 13-16:8:00; Mar 17: 5:00 & 9:00; Mar 18: 3:00 &7:00. Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge Street. 416-872-5554. -.50.- Suor Angelica, and l 'enfant et /es sortileges.WiHrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. By Puccini (in Italian), and Ravel (inEnglish). Faculty of Music orchestra; LeslieDe' Ath, music director; Michael Waller, stagedirector. Mar 30-31: 8:00; Apr 1: 3:00. TheatreAuditorium, 75 University Ave. West, Waterloo.519-884-0710 x2150. ; (st).- Tarantella. ArtWorld Studio Productions.Written & directed by Marisa Buffone;cultural-anthropological drama with music, dance,song, video & food, based on cultural and artisticaspects of Southern Italian life; world premiere.Dominic Mancuso, singer/guitar; Claudio Vena,composer/violin/accordion; Silvio Simone, guitar/mandolin; Armando Borg, percussion. 90 minutespre-show: Buffet. March 1-3, 9-10: 8:00; Mar 4,11: 2:00 & 8:00. George lgnatieff Theatre, Universityof Toronto, 15 Devonshire Place. 416-978-8849. , incl buffet.- The Four Horsemen Project. Volcano/Factory Theatre/Crooked Figure Dances/Global Mechanic. Multi-disciplinary collision oftheatre, dance, sound & animation; conceived/codirectedby Kate Alton, Ross Manson, based onthe poetry of 70's sound poets The Four Horsemen:Rafael Barreto-Rivera, Paul Dutton, SteveMc Caffrey, bpNichol; world premiere. JenniferDahl, Graham McKelvie, Naoko Murakoshi, AndreaNann, performers; Bruce Alcock, lead animator;John Millard, music director. Mar 1-3: 8:00;Mar4: 2:00. Factory Theatre Mainspace, 125Bathurst St. 416-504-9971.- The Full Monty. Northumberland Players.Book by Terrance McNally, music & lyricsby David Yasbek; unemployed steel workerscome up with a bold way to make some quickcash (sexual content and language). Alina Adjemian,choreographer; Valerie Russell, artistic director.Mar 1-2: 8:00; Mar 3: 2:00 & 8:00. CapitolArts Centre, 20 Queen St., Port Hope. 905-885-1071, 800-434-5092. .- The Impresario Opera Gala. PeterboroughSymphony Orchestra/lyric Stage.Mozart: The Impresario urreverent romp through thebacks ta~ of an 18th century opera house; concertproduction in English); famous scenes from otherMozart operas. Guests: Donna Brown, EleanorJames, & others; Michael Newnham, conductor.Mar 31-Apr 1: 8:00. Showplace PerformanceCentre, 290 George St. North, Peterborough.705-742-1992. ,; (sr/st).- The last Five Years. Steamtrain Theatre.By Jason Robert Brown; musical about twoNew Yorkers falling in and out of love. March 14-17, 21 -24: 8:00. The Village Playhouse, 5 HastingsSt. South, Bancroft. 613-332-4315. $12.- The Phantom of the Opera. Mirvish Productions.Lyrics by Charles Hart, Richard Stilgoe,book by Richard Stilgoe & Andrew Lloyd Webber,from the novel by Gaston Leroux. JenniferHope Wills, John Cudia, performers; GillianLynne, musical staging/choreography; HaroldPrince, director. Mar 1-Jun 3: call fordates ×. The Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St.W.416-872-1212, 800-461-3333. -0.- The Place Between. Native Earth PerformingArts. Employs dance, text, songs &legend to paint a landscape where birth, death ®eneration are challenged by the weakness ofthe body. Julie Tamiko Manning, Aura Carcueva,Maria Christina James, Falen Johnson, performers;Michelle Olson, choreographer; Lisa C. Ravensbergen;director. Apr 5-15: Wed-Sat: 8:00; Sun:2:00. Winchester Street Theatre, 80 WinchesterSt. 416-531 -1402. (FriSal); (T ue-Thu);PWYC(Sun).- The Rocky Horror Show. Can Stage. Astrange party ... cult figures, pop culture, sing-alongtunes. Book, music & lyrics by RichardWWW, THEWHOLENOTE. COMO'Brien; Ted Dykstra, director. Mar 26-Apr 21,call for details. Bluma Appel Theatre, St. LawrenceCentre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East. 416-368-3110. Call for ticket prices.- The Shadow. Tapestry New OperaWorks. By Alex Poch-Goldin & Omar Daniel;workshop presentation. Mar 23-25: 8:00. TheErnest Balmer Studio, 55 Mill Street, Building58, Distillery Historic District. 416-537-6066x221. ; (adv); .- The Spinster's Almanac. Susie Burpee/DanceWorks Co Works. Theatrical dancework, set to an original song cycle by ChristineFellows; idiosyncratic & tragi-comic riff on spinsterhood(world premiere). Susie Burpee, choreographer/dancer.Mar 14-16: 8:00; Mar 17: 2:30& 8:00. Young Centre forthe Performing Arts,Distillery Building 49, 55 Mill Street, HistoricDistrict. 416-866-8666. ; (sr/st/artists/CADA).- The Taming of the Shrew. National Balletof Canada. By Stolze after Scarlatti. NationalBallet Orchestra. John Cranko, choreography.Mar 10, 13-17: 7:30; Mar 11, 15, 17, 18: 2:00.45 minutes prior: Ballet Talk. Four Seasons Centrefor the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. West416-345-9595. -0.- The Threepenny Opera. SoulpepperTheatre Company. Seminal 20th century musicalcomedy, by Bertolt Brecht, music by KurtWeill, German translation by Elisabeth Hauptmann,English translation by Robert MacDonald.Members of the Soulpepper Academy, AlbertSchultz, Patricia O'Callaghan, performers; TimAlbery, director. Mar 5-10: 8:00. Young Centrefor the Performing Arts, Building 49, 55 Mill St.416-866-8666. -; -(preview/mat); (st with ID).- The Uncanny Appearance of SherlockHolmes. Humber College/North AmericanCultural Laboratory. Musical theatre basedon a short story by Brad Krumholz; physicalperformances, acrobatics, live Rock & Roll music.Tannis Kowalchuk, Brett Keyser, Ophra Wolf,Sarah Dey Hirshan, Glenn Hall, performers; BradKrumholz, director. Mar 9-10: 8:00. HumberCollege, 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 416-675-6622. .- The Wizard of Oz. Meadowvale MusicTheatre. Music & lyrics by Harold Arlen & E. Y.Hartrnrg, adapted by John Kane from the book byFrank L. Baum. Elizabeth Bell, choreographer;Erica Feggans, music director; Rob Woodcock,director. Mar 1-2: 8:00; Mar 3: 2:00 & 8:00.Meadowvale Theatre, 6315 Montevideo Rd,Mississauga. ; (sr/st). 905-615-4720x2588.- Thirteen Hands. Hart House Theatre. ByCarol Shields, directed by Ron Cameron-Lewis,original music by Christopher Dawes, produced byTheatre Erindale (Guest Production). Mar 8-10:8:00; Mar 10: 2:00. Hart House Theatre, 7 HartHouse Circle. 416-978-8849. ; $12(sr/st).- Wish Upon a Star. Theatre Aquarius/Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. ByMichael Reason & Max Reimer; music fromAladdin, Cinderella, Snow White & other films &plays. Mar 29-30: 8:00; Mar 31 : 2:00 & 8:00.Dofasco Centre for the Arts, 190 King WilliamSt., Hamilton. 905-522-7529, 800-465-7529.-; -(sr/st); (12 & under).- World Premiere Work. HarbourfrontCentre NextSteps/Toronto Dance Theatre.A new modern dance work by Christopher House.Mar 27-31: 8:00. Premiere Dance Theatre,Queen's Quay Terminal, 207 Queens Quay West.416-973-4000. -; -(sr/sl).LISTINGS ARE FREE. SEE PAGE 851

Volumes 21-25 (2015-2020)

Volumes 16-20 (2010-2015)

Volumes 11-15 (2004-2010)

Volumes 6 - 10 (2000 - 2006)

Volumes 1-5 (1994-2000)