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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

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-' Mus•c•THEATRE LisTINGS continued from page 12 Showboat Festival Theatre . · Nunsense II. Musical comedy by Dan Goggin. July 1 - 5, 15 - 19. 296 Fielden Ave, Port Colborne. 905-834-0833. to . - *** · Stirling Festival Theatre. Ceilidh! A Celtic Celebration. One of lhe world's greol voices in on inlimole selling; ortisl receplion lo follow Fiddling, singing & step-· dancing featuring traditional reels & Riverdance-inspired production numbers. July 21 to August 8. 41 W. Foot St. 613-395-2100.,.50. Stratford Festival. *** Man of La Mancha. Music by Mitch Leigh; lyrics· by Joe Darien; Susan H. Schulman, director; Bert · Carriere, musical director. To PLUS 16 OTHER GREAT PERFORMANCES Tickets · 1·800·61 5·5666 www.kingstonfestivol.com Licenced Patio Air-conditioned The King's Singers ~---------, Classical & popular, sacred & secular, some of lhe finesl vocal music on the planet November 8. Festivai'Theatre. 1-800-567-1600. *** Sunshine Festival Theatre Company. You'll Get Used to It (the War Show). By Peter Colley; David Fanstone, director; Steve Thomas, music director. To July 11: Gordon Lightfoot Auditorium, Orillia Opera House, Mississaga & West Sts. 705-326-8011. ,. *** Sunshine Festival Theatre Company. Dames at Sea. Book & lyrics by George Haimsohn & Robin Miller; music by Jim Wise; Steve Thomas, music director. Starring Shannon McCaig & Scott Hurst. July 1 6 to August 8. Gordon Lig_!:ltfoot Auditorium, Oriffia Opera House, Mississaga & West Sts. 705-326-8011.,. *** Sunshine Festival Theatre Company. Radio Daze/ Scott A. Hurst, director. Songs made famous by: Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, The Lennon Sisters & Judy Garland. July 14 to 16; August 11 to 13. Studio Theatre, Oriflia Opera House, · Mississaga & West Sts. 705- 326-8011.,$10. *** Theatre on the Grand. Fire. By Paul Ledoux & David Yo1,1ng. Mix of gospel music, rock'n roll & fundamentalist religion. August 5 to 22. 244 St. Andrew St. West, Fergus. 5 ~ 9-7 8 7-1 981 . 0 to 7; group rates available. *** Theatre on the Grand. Make 'Em Laugh. By Thomas & · Furfaro. Classic comedy revue with music, featuring the best of Charlie Chaplin, Danny Kaye, George Bums & Gracie Allen, The Marx Brothers and others. July 1 - 4. 244 St. Andrew St. West, Fergus. 519-787-1981.$10to ; group rates available. Theatre Orangeville. *** Stan Rogers - A Matter of Heart. Diane Stapley, director. To July 5. Orangeville Opera _ House. 519-942-3423.$10 to (group rates available) . . *** Thousand Islands Playhouse. Anne of Green Gables. Adapted by Donald Harron; music by Norm11n Campbell. July 23 to August 30. 'South .Street, Gananuque. 613-382- 7020. to ; group rates available. Toronto Fringe *** Festival. Five Alive! - the Musical. Written & directed by Del ARTiE Productions; music & lyrics by Alan Moon; Derek Carckner, musical director. Performers include Michael Bayuk, Gavin An annual celebration of the performing arts in a summer setting. EL~RA FESTIVAL AC~~ ·Sc~ artistic director Noel Edison From Classical w Contemporary Music hosting such ani.m as Rita MacNeil, Holly Colt", The King's Singers, The Elora Festival Singers, Jan Tyson and much more. (519)846-0331 for ticker information or www.senrex.net/elora

Crawford, Greg MacArthur, Michael Ripley, Eliza-Jane Scott & others. July 3 to 1 0. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 862-2222. . *** Tottenham Summer Theatre. After Marlene. By Kevin Land. Celebrating the life of Marlene Dietrich through her words, songs & wry sense of humour. July 1.0- August 1. Tottenham Library Building, 18 Queen St. North. 905-936-9836. to ; group rates. *** Totten ham· Summer Theatre. The Irish Connection. By Jeff · Pitcher. An evening of nostalgic recollections, folk legends, Newfoundland humour & toe tapping, singalong down east music. August 7- 29. Tottenham Library Building, 18 Queen St. North. 905-936-9836. to ; group rates. *~* Dr. Michael Warren, founder 732 Spadina Avenue (at Bloor West) Toronto M5S 2J2 Telephone: (416) 960·0472 Telefax: (416) 921·8313 SINGING LESSONS, CUSSES, WORKSHOPS Beginners to Advanced Qualified, experienced, dedicated professional teachers ' Fall Term • Learn to sing (beginners class) • Song and Stage • Russian, French, Italian, German Diction • Opera (by audition) WholeNote's Concert Listings July 1 to September 7 1998 Reader be aware We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of these listings but mistakes happen 'and plans change. Please use the phone numbers provided to check ahead. The listings are arranged chronologically by date and time, as usuaL Please note: Expansion of our definition of Toronto to the Quebec border to the east and north and to the United States border on the south and west is a temporary, sun-induced · aberration! • • •: Harbourfront Centre. Concerts all day from noon till midnight at Molson Place, the Water's Edge Cafe, the Brigantine Room and the Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3000 for details. ••• 11 :45am: Etobicoke Community Concert Band. Band de Solei/ '981 Show pieces & a taste of Big Band. Etobicoke Centennial Park. 233-7468. Free. • • • 2:00: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Festival Canada Gala Opening. Beethoven: Symphony #9 in d minor Op.125. Soloists; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; readings by Graham Gree.ne & Michelle Rossignol; National Arts Centre Orchestra; Zdenek Macal, conductor. 53 Elgin St. Ottawa. 1-888-910-2787. to . • • • 4:30: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Unisong '98 Massed Choir. Youth choirs from all 1 0 provinces present a 500-voice musical tribute to Canada's birthday. Robert Cooper, director. RMOC Plaza, Laurier Ave. West at Elgin, Ottawa. 1-888-910-2787. Free. • • • 7:00: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Canada Day Concert & Fireworks. Amy Sky, singer/songwriter; Lennie Gallant; Bruce Guthro. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. ••• 8:00: Elmer lseler Singers. A Midsummer Night's Fest: A Choral Evensong. Live! ~ Robert Silverman piano Beethoven Sonatas Four evenings of great music at the . Glenn Gould Studio! July 8, 9, 15 & 16 ·~ Penderecki String Quartet Elora, July 14,16 Ottawa, July 27, 28 Kincardine, August 9,13 ~ Festival of the Sound July 23-Aug 8 Parry Sound James Campbell clarinet Allegri String Quartet Rachel Gauk guitar Puirt a Baroque James Sommerville horn Elmer Iseler Singers ~ Puirt a Baroque Kingston, July 15 Recordings: Bach Meets Cape Breton Kinloch's Fantasy Opera Concerts July 23, 24 at 8 pm Church of the · Redeemer Avenue Rd. & Bloor La Servo Padrona Suor Angelica For information about thes~ artists MARQUIS ClASSICS CDs or a free MARQUIS ClASSICS catalogue Tel 690·7 662 Fox 690·7346 Marquis_ Clossics@compuserve.com CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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