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Volume 5 Issue 4 - December 1999/January 2000

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  • Toronto
  • December
  • Theatre
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  • January
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\;!J Music The*tre Listings ~rayMueic/The Theatre Centre. Isabel Bayrakdarian, Alwyn Casa Lorna. K~ng Arthur_'s group rates). 'Eros2. World premiere works by Mellor & other performers. Jan. Camelot. Musical for children. To Etobicoke Musical Productio~e. · ~plin & Gzowski, DLncanson & 21, 27, Feb. 2 & 5: 8:00; Jan. December 30: 1 O:OOam, A Funny Thing Happened on the c;adesky, Miller & Paivio. 25: 7:00; Jan. 30 matinee: 11 :OOam, 12:00 noo.n, 1 :00 Way to the Forum. Music & 1December 2-4 & 9-'11: 8:00. 2:00. Hummingbird Centre, 1 pm & 2:30pm. The L1brary, 1 lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. 11heatre Centre, 1032 Queen St. Front St. East. 872-2262. Austin Terrace. 923-1171. December 3 & 4: 8:00. West. 538-0988. ,. to 0. 0,.50(seniors & youth 14- Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, 500 · 17),(children 4-13),3 & under The East Mall. 248-0.410. Aurora Opera Company. Canadian Opera Company. 1 H,umperdinck: Hansel & Gretel. Wagner: The Flying Dutchman. free. (gro, up rates). ~arah Langford Kyle; cast of 60 Christopher Alden, director; Civic Light Opera Company. Famous People Players. Leave 'youth voices; 15 ballerinas. Richard Bradshaw, conductor; Scrooge! The Musical. Songs by the Porch Light On ... December December 20: 8:00 & Decem- Gidon Saks, Raymond Aceto, Styne, Bricusse, Legrand, 5: 1:00 & 4:00. Oakville Centre ~ ber 21: 7:30 at Fairview Library Frances Ginzer & others, Harnick, Rodgers & for the Performing Arts, 1 ~0 ,Theatre, 35 Fairview Mall Drive. performers. Jan. 20, 26, 29, Feb. Hammerstein, and others. Dec. Navy St. Oakville. 905-815- 905-841-0414. . January 4: 8:00; Feb. 1: 7:00;Jan. 23 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18: 8:00; 2021. .99. !8: 2:00 & 7:30 at Newmarket matinee: 2:00. Free 20-minute bee. 12 & 19; 2:00. Fairview , Theatre, 505 Pickering Cres. discussion introducing the opera & Library Theatre. 35 Fairview Mall 905-953-5122.,. itsthemes,45minutespriortothe Drive.421-1267. ,(st/ ·Cameron MacKintoshiMirvish performance. Hummingbird Centre, sr); Thursdays . Productions. Oliver! Musical by 1 Front St. E. 872-2262. to Elgin Theatre. Cinderella. Family Lionel Bart; directed by Sam 0. musical. December 7 to January Mendes; starring Russ Abbot & Canadian Stage. Leslie Arden 2 . 189 Yonge St. 872-5555. Sonia Swaby. To January 15. and Friends in Concert. Created to . Evenings 8:00; matinees 2:00. & performed by Leslie Arden; Encore Entertainment. You're a Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 Paul Sportelli, musical director; Good Man, Charlie Brown. Book, King St. West. 872-1212. Julain Molnar & Glynis Ranney, music & lyrics by Clark Gesner. to . performers. To December 18: January 20-22, 27-29: 8:00; Canadian Opera Company. Monday- Saturday: 8:00; January 23 & 30: 2:00. Studio Mozart: Don Giovanni. James Wednesday matinees: 1 :30; Theatre, Ford Centre for Conway, director; Nicholas Saturdays: 4:00. 26 Berkeley thePerforming Arts, 5040 Yonge Cleobury, conductor; Davida St. 368-3110. (Saturday St. 870-8000. (eve), Damiani, Gilles Cachemaille, evenings), . (mat); (student, senior & ttSSJ£AL9M .. C'USSI(At 10$;£ EAST£RH ONTARIO ·~ fA" MONDAY THRQq··· ··~ Gf.t fRID4Y....... . 5:30 am ~fi'Orning $bow. Bii/Anclerson and 6a'!ic:l Crr;ig lOam Noon"' 12:15 pm .1 pm 3pm 7pm . 11 pm Midnight ~CJt'nh1g Con(4!l1 f

t.jMusic&The*tre Winter's Tales Warm stories for cold nights by Sarah B. Hood In northern lands the darkest time of the year has traditionally been the season for families to gather around the hearth to listen to stories. Snuggled up and enthralled by ghost stories and fables and folk tales, we find the courage to pass through the months when the earth is frozen and return to the days of sunshine once more. Even now, with central heating and high-tech arctic outerwear, a good story is as welcome nourishment for the soul as is a steaming bowl of soup for the body. You can't go wrong with the classic fairy tales. Every year Toronto gets treated to a traditional British panto, wherein a brave young lass or lad overcomes evil giants, magicians or sorceresses with the help of a motley crew of magic friends. This year it's Cinderella, running from December 7 to January 2 at the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre complex. Television's beloved Mr. Dressup appears among a cast of familiar faces, and there's bound to be lots of rowdy running around, with sing-alongs, kids invited up onstage, much unabashed silliness and a happy ending. Humperdinck's opera Hansel and Gretel is a more sedate and lyrical take on a famous fairy tale. This is where the famous children's lullaby comes from, MusiC THEATRE continues TH~ PAl~STRIHA CHAMB~R CHORUS Sabatino Vacca, Conductor AUDITIONS 7he mAOIIAte of this ensemble, now 30 voices strong, many of whom prepare to embark on professional music careers, is to provide an opportunity to enhance their musical education and appreciation of classical choral repertoire. Choristers are given private vocal instruction, along with many solo opportunities to perform with an orchestra. ~eholArships are provided along with an opportunity to travel to Italy to perform in various international festivals. For more information, please contact: Centro Scuola I Columbus Centre (416) 789-4970 The Palestrina Chamber Chorus rehearses Sunday afternoons from 4 to 6:30 pm at the Columbus Centre, 901 Lawrence Ave. W. Guillermo Silva-Marin Founder and General Director The G ~-~"I H~,r;:~t ;o~- th.-.·:r ~ 1 & A GreateGa~!~ ! YPsy '•dj ! •t~n· .J,~'U : '~?~~~ ) ; . ' t-~6 i ~ ~ ii\),, - Baron·.,:·~~~: I v ,!}(! ! j .-·t' 11 by JOHANN STRAUSS, .JR. ·.:,:~ I DEREK BATE, CONDUCTOR ,t

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