Saturday, January 31, 2009

Theatre Opening this week in the city

EAP will have more on the Rhubarb festival later this week as the local theatre festival celebrates its 30th anniversary! 

(Harbourfront World Stage/blumouth inc). Audience members and performers dance for floor judges in this interactive, duration-based performance event. Opens Feb 4 and runs to Feb 7, Wed-Sat 7 pm. $15-$30. Enwave Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W. 416-973-4000, 

DIE ROTEN PUNKTE Otto and Astrid Rot (Jimmy Hogg). The Fringe hit about a sibling minimalist indie rock act returns. Feb 2-3, 8 pm. $15. Mon at Supermarket, 268 Augusta, Tue at. Tranzac, 292 Brunswick. 

GESTATION SERIES (The Cheshire Unicorn). The experimental play, poetry and fiction reading series features works by Jacob McArthur Mooney, Anna Ross, Natasha Segal and others. Feb 2 at 8 pm. Free. Cameron House, 408 Queen W. 

LAIUS by Ned Dickens (George Brown Theatre School). Laius indulges in bacchanalian excess, then returns to Thebes to commit a crime that will curse the city. Opens Feb 4 and runs to Feb 14, Tue-Sat 7:30 pm, mat Sat 1:30 pm. $15, seniors $10, students $6. Young Centre for the Performing Arts, 55 Mill. 416-866-8666, 

LE FILET (THE NET) by Marcel-Romain Thériault (Théâtre français de Toronto). Riots erupt when the government gives Aboriginals a percentage of the fish quota in New Brunswick. Opens Feb 4 and runs to Feb 14, Wed-Sat 8 pm, mat Sun 2:30 pm and Feb 14 at 3:30 pm. $29-$46, students/seniors $24-$32. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley. 416-534-6604, 

LOVE AND LIBERATION: BEETHOVEN'S FIDELIO (Canadian Opera Company). The COC presents a symposium about its current production as part of The Opera Exchange series. Jan 31, from 9:30 am to 4 pm. $25, stu $5. Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park.

NOHAYQUIENSEPA (NOONEKNOWS) (Aluna Theatre/HATCH). This multidisciplinary workshop presentation looks at how we deal with the death of strangers. Feb 1 at 2:30 pm. $12, students/seniors $10. Harbourfront Centre Studio Theatre, 235 Queens Quay W. 416-973-4000, 

RHUBARB FESTIVAL (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre). The new works festival celebrates its 30th anniversary with plays, dance, poetry, performance art and more by Lex Vaughn, Jon Paul, Chad Dembski, Liza Balkan, Sulong Theatre Collective and others. Opens Feb 4 and runs to Feb 22, Wed-Sun 8 pm. $17, passes $25-$60. 12 Alexander. 416-975-8555, 

RUSALKA by Antonín Dvorák (Canadian Opera Company). A water nymph falls in love with a mortal prince in this Czech opera. Opens Jan 31 and runs to Feb 23, Jan 31, Feb 5, 11, 17, 20 and 23 at 7:30 pm, Feb 8 at 2 pm, Feb 14 at 4:30 pm. $60-$290. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen W. 416-363-8231, 

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES by Molière (Stage Centre Productions). A man's scheme to make a young girl into the perfect wife goes awry in this comedy. Runs to Jan 31, 8 pm, $25, srs $20, stu $15. Fairview Library, 35 Fairview Mall. 416-299-5557, 

SHAIDS OF GREY by Michael Pett and Alayna Kolodziechuk (CURE Canada). This drama looks at the stigmas associated with HIV/AIDS. Jan 29-31 at 8 pm. $20, students/seniors $15. Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 Jarvis. 1-888-222-6608, 

WELL I'LL TELL YA...! by Deb Filler (Smouldering Masterpiece Productions). Filler performs a comedic solo show of songs and stories. Jan 29-Feb 1, Thu and Sat 8 pm, Sun 3 pm. $25. Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina. 416-924-6211,

WINTERCITY 2009 (City of Toronto). The city's winter celebration features street theatre by Close Act and Corpus and performances by AllStar Skateboard Circus and ABS Dance Crew. Opens Jan 30 and runs to Feb 8, Fri-Sun (see website for times). Free. Nathan Phillips Square, Queen and Bay.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Toronto's Jersey Boys gets a rave

Although it came out a week ago, I missed Richard Ouzounian's review of the new, largely Canadian cast of Jersey Boys. He loved it, and so far most of the commentators have as well. Check out the review here. And if you want to order tickets for the show click here.

Hair gets the Broadway go ahead

Great news, the Public Theatre's production of Hair, which received raves for It's run in Central Park last summer, has gotten the financial go ahead to move to Broadway. The move had been in the works for a while but the sudden slow down in the theatre economy threatened to derail the project, when the lead producer Elizabeth McCann came up short with financial backers. But Ms. McCann and The Public have reached a legal agreement to move forward. Hair is scheduled to begin previews March 6 at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. Click here to read the Times article.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Buoyant Broadway

Despite the recent onslaught of closures on Broadway, things, both here in Toronto, and south of the border appear to be stable, if not going strong. Yes, there have been setbacks, Rob Roy being the saddest in my opinion. But if one takes a look at the theatre call sheets there are still plenty of shows to go see. And prices have dropped to the point that we all might be able to go back to the theatre. Of course there are still signs of weakness. There are a lot more revivals planned for 2009, and a lot of new stuff that isn't actually new. And runs of new productions are being scheduled for conservatively short runs. But in my opinion even those negatives are positives, because it means that the theatre world has adapted to the current marketplace, rather than trying to defy it. Investors are being smart right now in recognizing that good quality standards are going to keep the industry afloat until capital returns for risky investments. It also means that new projects that get the green light are going to have to be worth it, and well done. That in turn means that we wont be seeing over-the-top junk, (ehm Tale of Two Cities.) Theatre might be able, in these lean times, to be more creative. Limitations often provide the best opportunity for creativity, so I for one am excited about this season of theatre.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

David Mirvish Books on Art

There is a sad rumor floating around out there that David Mirvish Books on Art is closing. This is really bad news for the Toronto Art scene. DMBA is an important institution, no U of T art student that I know has spent a year at school without having to trek over to Mirvish Village to buy text books. And even if you don't have something specific in mind, you can lose yourself in the racks at DMBA. And yes that is a Frank Stella in the picture, wonder what David Mirvish is going to do with it when the bookstore closes.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Curtain's Down tonight at Statlers

Hey all! Tonight is anything goes at the weekly Curtain's Down cabaret evening at Statlers. Check out the list of performers so far confirmed. Also, Jenni has announced that she will be doing special Curtain's Down events on Tuesday and/or Wednesday this year! This week it is Justin Bolt and a few others for a farewell night for Justin. It takes place on the 27th upstairs. 


Jess Abramovitch

Johnny McGillis

Kraig Waye

Jeigh Madjus

Stephanie Roth

Justin Bott

Jess Abramovitch

Blake William Turner

Mark Cassius

Eliza –Jane Scott

Friday, January 23, 2009

Opening this week in the city

Again, I have to say that Theatre Passe Muraille has another fascinating piece premiering this month. It seems this space is always placing must see plays and musicals on its stage. You Fancy Yourself seems like the small west end theatre has another possible hit on its hands, check it out!

by Leah Cherniak, Robert Morgan and Martha Ross (Beacon Theatre Company). A man and woman experience love, anger and the stress of cohabitation. Opens Jan 22 and runs to Jan 30, Wed-Sat 8 pm, mats Sat and Wed 2 pm. $15, students $10. PALMERSTON LIBRARY, 560 Palmerston.

ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE by Martin Crimp (University College Drama Program). Five performers examine the life of a mysterious woman in this multimedia piece. Opens Jan 27 and runs to Feb 7, Tue-Sat 8 pm. $15, students/seniors $10. HELEN GARDINER PHELAN PLAYHOUSE, 79A St. George. 416-978-8849,

A BOILER ROOM SUITE by Quenten Doolittle and Rex Deverell (Tryptych). Two street people share stories while huddling for warmth in this original opera. Jan 23-24 at 7:30 pm. $40, students/seniors $30 (fundraiser for Street Haven at the Crossroads.) TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 2737 Bayview. 416-763-5066 ext 1,

DRAWING BLOOD: THERAPISTS, MOVIE STARS AND OTHER VAMPIRES (Obstructed View). Six characters interact in a series of vignettes by Mitchell Cushman, Natasha Greenblatt and Johnny Walker. Jan 23-24 at 8:30 pm. Pwyc. THEATRE PASSE MURAILLE BACKSPACE, 16 Ryerson. 416-504-7529.

THE FAMOUS REMAINS OF PIGGY PALACE (18 Hands Theatre Collective). Inspired by the Pickton farm murders, this musical cabaret looks at how 65 women can vanish. Jan 25-26 at 8 pm. Pwyc. LOWER OSSINGTON THEATRE, 100A Ossington.

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF by Joseph Stein, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick (Theatre Unlimited). A Jewish patriarch clings to tradition in a changing world in this musical. Opens Jan 23 and runs to Jan 31, Thu-Sat 8 pm, mats Sat-Sun 2 pm. $23, students/seniors $21. MEADOWVALE THEATRE, 6315 Montevideo. 905-615-4720.

FIDELIO by Ludwig van Beethoven (Canadian Opera Company). A woman disguised as a man works at a prison where her husband is unjustly incarcerated. Opens Jan 24 and runs to Feb 24: Jan 24, 27, 30, Feb 4, 12, 18, 21 and 24 at 7:30 pm, Feb 7 at 4:30 pm, Feb 15 at 2 pm. $60-$290, youth $30-$98. FOUR SEASONS CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, 145 Queen W. 416-363-8231,

GROUNDSWELL FESTIVAL (Nightwood Theatre). The festival of new works by women offers staged readings of plays by Lisa Codrington, Natalie Meisner, Florence Gibson, Sally Stubbs, Beatriz Pizano and Madeleine Blais Dahlem. Opens Jan 26 and runs to Jan 31, Mon-Sat 8 pm, mat Sat 2 pm. Pwyc ($10 suggested). BERKELEY STREET THEATRE, 26 Berkeley, upstairs. 416-368-3110,

HALLAJ by Soheil Parsa and Peter Farbridge (Modern Times Stage Company). The new play about a Sufi mystic gets a staged reading as part of Flurrious. Jan 22-23 at 8 pm. $10. ARTA GALLERY, 55 Mill, bldg 9. 416-214-1428,

STRANGER by Simon Rice and Shaun McComb (Praxis Theatre). Existential dilemmas are explored regarding a man's murder and his killer's trial. Opens Jan 23 and runs to Feb 8, Tue-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm. $20. THEATRE CENTRE, 1087 Queen W.

UBUNTU (THE CAPE TOWN PROJECT) (Neptune Theatre/Theatrefront). A South African man and a Canadian woman find they are haunted by the same family ghosts. Previews to Jan 27. Opens Jan 28 and runs to Mar 1, Tue-Sat 8 pm, mats Sat-Sun 2:30 pm. $32-$38, previews $19, Fri rush $10. TARRAGON THEATRE, 30 Bridgman. 416-531-1827,

YOU FANCY YOURSELF by Maja Ardal (Contrary Company). A young Icelandic girl tries to fit in on the rough streets and schoolyards of 50s Edinburgh. Previews Jan 27. Opens Jan 28 and runs to Feb 14, Tue-Sat 8 pm. $25-$28, students/seniors $20-$25, preview $15. THEATRE PASSE MURAILLE, 16 Ryerson. 416-504-7529,

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

Rob Roy - it doesn't look good

Not only is the Toronto theatre god, Richard Ouzounian, talking about it, but EAP has gotten some inside information which confirms that Rob Roy is really in trouble. The Chicago tour is finished, before it ever even began. And now the Toronto run is also in question. Creator David Warrack has been reaching into his own, not so deep, pockets to pay the cast and crew, and rehearsals, scheduled to begin last Monday have yet to get underway. I think this is a moment for Canadian theatre producers to come together and by whatever means necessary get this show on at the Elgin. From what we have heard on the inside, it is even worse than Ouzounian conceded. Some have even gone so far as to say that this economy and the timing of the show's failure could bankrupt Warrack, and Rob Roy might never see the light of day.

In other theatre news, Mirvish has announced their season. It's a snooze, with the exception of a limited run of August Osage County, and the North American premiere of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert . Ouzounian is also reporting that talks are still underway for Mirvish to bring 39 Steps and In the Heights, so I guess we will have to wait and see. Priscilla is exciting, and EAP has some good friends who have been to several rounds of call backs and we wish them all the best. And hey if you don't get it there is always Forever Plaid.

Jersey Boys update

Check out the Toronto Star's theatre journalist Richard Ouzounian's recent review of the Toronto production of Jersey Boys. The show has been revamped with an almost entire Canadian cast and Ouzounian is describing the production as, "the best of the five companies I've seen across North America" (

Monday, January 19, 2009

OMG Patti is so fierce

This might be even better than when she stared the audience down for the incessant phone calls.

I only want to be a DIVA if I can be just like Patti.

Hunter Parrish of TV's Weeds and Spring Awakening

As a follow up to Justin's post below about the closing of Spring Awakening I thought I would link the New York Times article, that ran in Saturday's paper about Hunter Parrish. You may know Parrish from television's "Weeds," one of my favourite shows. But you may not know that he has been starring in Spring Awakening for several months. Both Justin and I saw him, and I for one was really impressed. Usually when TV or film stars come back to the stage it ends up being a little Katie Holmes, but Parrish wowed. He has an impressive voice, and a lot of presence. I can't wait to see how the experience informs his performances in "Weeds" this season.

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Spring Awakening closes this evening

Seeing Broadway's Spring Awakening was an overwhelming emotional experience. It was affecting and captivating. It is a jolting and exhilarating piece of contemporary theatre that explored new revolutionary theatre techniques and succeeded in doing so. Spring Awakening's rock score is strong and the staging is fast paced and wickedly engrossing. 
It is coming to Toronto in a few months and I encourage every single person to fight, beg, buy, or steal a ticket for this shows short run at the Canon Theatre. It is incredible and a must see. 

It concludes its Broadway run tonight at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre and I am in mourning. 

"Following a critically acclaimed premiere Off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theater Company in 2006, Spring Awakening arrived on Broadway Nov. 16, 2006, and officially opened Dec. 10. As of its final performance, the new musical will have played 859 performances and 29 previews on Broadway"( 

For info on the Toronto production go to 

Friday, January 16, 2009

Opening this week in the city

ANNIE JR by Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin (Toronto Youth Theatre). Little Orphan Annie seeks her birth parents in this musical. Opens Jan 21 and runs to Jan 24, Wed-Sat 7:30 pm, mat Sat 2 pm. $30, students $25. LOWER OSSINGTON THEATRE, 100A Ossington. 416-915-6747,

ELEGY (The TheatreLab). A young girl being held captive by her father and brother struggles to understand her world. Opens Jan 15 and runs to Jan 19, Thu-Mon 8 pm, mat Sun 3 pm. $15, students $10, matinee is pwyc. CAMERON HOUSE, 408 Queen W. 416-901-4201.

JERRY SPRINGER - THE OPERA by Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee (Hart House Theatre). This musical merges opera with daytime trash TV. Opens Jan 16 and runs to Jan 31, Wed-Sat 8 pm (plus midnight Jan 24). $25, student/seniors $15. 7 HART HOUSE at U of T. 416-978-8849,

PRIDE & PREJUDICE adapted from the novel by Jane Austen (Alumnae Theatre). Austen's classic love story gets a staging. Opens Jan 16 and runs to Jan 31, Wed-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm. $20, Wed-Thu 2-for-1, Sun pwyc. 70 Berkeley. 416-364-4170, 

RAVENSCROFT by Don Nigro (The Village Players). A detective seeks the truth in this spoof of British drawing-room mysteries. Opens Jan 16 and runs to Feb 7, Thu-Sat (and Jan 21) 8 pm, mats Sun (except Jan 18) 2 pm. $20, students/seniors $16. THE VILLAGE PLAYHOUSE, 2190 Bloor W. 416-767-7702,

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES by Molière (Stage Centre Productions). A man's scheme to make a young girl into the perfect wife goes awry in this comedy. Opens Jan 15 and runs to Jan 31, Thu-Sat (and Jan 28) 8 pm, Sun 2 pm. $25, seniors $20, students $15. FAIRVIEW LIBRARY, 35 Fairview Mall. 416-299-5557,

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Thursday, January 15, 2009

This should be good


Thanks Perez

"Call Cutta in a Box"

check out this UrbanEye video about this new theatre piece premiering at the Goethe-Institut in New York. Sounds really cool.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Farewell Tour hits Statlers Tonight!

I am leaving in a two days to embark on my world travel and tonight friends are gathering for farewell cocktails and a night out at Statlers. We will be joining Jenni Burke for her weekly cabaret evening Curtain's Down and tonight her theme is 'Ever, Never, Forever... Whateva'. Liza is for sure performing and I may join her for a song if the night is right. See you there!

For sure performing is: Blair Irwin, Johnny McGillis, Liza Mattimore, Sara Farb, Janet MacEwan, Dan Rutzen, Michael Gill and Jory Rossiter. Jenni Burke and Michael Barber of course run the action every Monday evening.

Happy Day A New Musical opening at the Elgin next month

In under a month, one of the largest new musical productions Toronto has seen in a few years will be opening at the Elgin. Happy Days A New Musical, based on the hit show of the same title, was formatted for the stage by the original author Garry Marshall and composer Paul Williams, writer of famed Carpenter's song We've Only Just Begun, among others. When I first heard Dancap was bringing Happy Days I was skeptical, but with the opening just around the corner I am getting excited for it. It's big for Toronto to be producing a truly new musical, and it could be really strong. It has all the potential to be a great musical. Below is the Dancap preview from YouTube, and the link below that is to the Happy Days trailer, which is longer but better quality. It is difficult to tell from the clips, but I hope the songs stand out more in the production than they seem to in the teasers.

Happy Days – A New Musical
By Garry Marshall and Paul Williams
The Elgin Theatre
189 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
February 3 – 15, 2009

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Sharron's Webshow 15

Don't forget to get your tickets for Sharron's last party before leaving for Rob Roy. It is jan. 19th at Buddies and Bad Times

Friday, January 9, 2009

Opening this week in the city

Bear With Me by Diane Flacks (Nightwood Theatre). Flacks performs in her solo comedy about pregnancy and giving birth. Previews to Jan 8. Opens Jan 9 and runs to Jan 24. Mon-Sat 8 pm, mats Thu 1:30 pm, Sat 2 pm. $20-$42, previews $25. Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley, upstairs. 416-368-3110,

Medea adapted by Robinson Jeffers (Mirvish/Manitoba Theatre Centre). Euripides' tragedy portrays the obsession and revenge of a scorned wife. Previews Jan 9-10. Opens Jan 11 and runs to Feb 8, Tue-Sat 8 pm, mats Sat-Sun and Wed 2 pm. $30-$85, student rush $20. Canon Theatre, 244 Victoria. 416-872-1212,

Methusalem Or The Eternal Bourgeois by Yvan Goll (The Red Light District). A greedy factory owner and his family face a worker revolt. Opens Jan 8 and runs to Jan 17, Wed-Sat 8 pm. $15. Whippersnapper Gallery, 587A College.

Of Mice And Men by John Steinbeck (Theatre Scarborough). Two drifters' search for a place to call home ends in tragedy. Opens Jan 8 and runs to Jan 24, Thu-Sat 8 pm, mat Jan 18 at 2 pm. $17, student/seniors $14 (Thu and Sun only), stu rush $10. Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston. 416-396-4049.

Portrait by DA Hoskins (The Dietrich Group). Dance, music, visual art and film are used to explore the act of artistic creation. Jan 8-11, Thu-Sat 7 and 9 pm, Sun 2:30 pm. $18-$22, Sun pwyc. Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen W. 416-504-7529,

Them & Us by Tracy Dawson (Theatre Passe Muraille). Darkly comic vignettes portray why men and women have difficulty connecting. Opens Jan 8 and runs to Jan 31, Tue-Sat 8 pm, mat Sat 2:30 pm. $30-$35, student/seniors $25-$30, mats pwyc. 16 Ryerson. 416-504-7529,

Zona Pellucida & The Needle Exchange (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre). This two-part show features drag and puppet theatre by, followed by a cabaret hosted by Keith Cole. Opens Jan 9 and runs to Jan 24, Tue-Sat 8 pm. $20-$29, stu rush $15. 12 Alexander. 416-975-8555,

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

I did not know this existed!

I was really drawn to this song featuring this incredible singer Lauren Kennedy, when i first heard it, on her sole album of music by Jason Robert Brown. But I had never thought to look for video footage. So when I found this today I was thrilled. Not only is this a great song, and JRB is playing, which is awesome, but I personally think that Lauren Kennedy has one of the most powerful, raw, and perfect voices in the business today. And here she is live and she sounds every bit as authentic, she's a star.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

This too shall pass

We in the theatre business should take the Horton Foote attitude towards the down-turn in the economy and its impact on our livelihood. Foote is the 92 year old playwright, who's play, "Dividing the Estate" closed Sunday. He is quoted in Patrick Healy and Dave Iitzkoff's article in today's New York Times as saying, "I have more plays in me that I want to see performed on Broadway,” Mr. Foote said. “And I’m sure I will.” Yes, we all have more in us and it will surely come to pass, if we just keep working at it.

Monday, January 5, 2009

Festen gets big leg up

Festen, a show Justin saw and raved about got a big nod from the Globe and Mail. J. Kelly Nestruck, who writes the theatre blog for The G and M, listed Festen as one of the best of 2008. Well done. Click here to check out the rest of Nestruck's favorites.

Don't go Magic Theatre

Some of the more avid EAP followers will know that I grew up in San Francisco, before moving to the wonderful town that is Toronto. And others might know that San Francisco is a great theatre city. A city where Beach Blanket Babylon has been running for 30 odd years and a company like the Magic Theatre, which has been producing shows, and been part of several premiere runs for 42 years. So I was saddened today when the Times published a short article that the Magic Theatre may be in trouble. They need to raise 600,000 fast or they may have to shut their doors. If you know about the Magic I would encourage you to donate. I know economic times are hard, but you can write-off any donation you make. Please go to the Magic Theatre's website to learn more. That is, if you have any trouble. And give generously.

The list of shows closing on Broadway this month

‘ALL MY SONS,’ Gerald Schoenfeld Theater, 236 West 45th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Jan. 11.

‘BOEING-BOEING,’ Longacre Theater, 220 West 48th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Sunday.

‘DIVIDING THE ESTATE,’ Booth Theater, 222 West 45th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Sunday.

‘GREASE,’ Brooks Atkinson Theater, 256 West 47th Street, (212) 307-4100; closes on Sunday.

‘GYPSY,’ St. James Theater, 246 West 44th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Jan. 11.

‘HAIRSPRAY,’ Neil Simon Theater, 250 West 52nd Street, (212) 307-4100; closes on Sunday.

‘IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS,’ Marquis Theater, 1535 Broadway, at 45th Street, (212) 307-4100; closes on Sunday.

‘LIZA’S AT THE PALACE,’ Palace Theater, Broadway at 47th Street, (212) 307-4100; closes on Sunday.

‘THE NEW MEL BROOKS MUSICAL YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN,’ Hilton Theater, 213 West 42nd Street, (212) 307-4100; closes on Sunday.

SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW,’ Helen Hayes Theater, 240 West 44th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Sunday.

SPAMALOT,’ Shubert Theater, 225 West 44th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Jan. 11.

‘SPRING AWAKENING,’ Eugene O’Neill Theater, 230 West 49th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Jan. 18.

‘13,’ Bernard B. Jacobs Theater, 242 West 45th Street, (212) 239-6200; closes on Sunday.

List courtesy of the New York Times.

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Sharron's next party Jan. 19th @Buddies

Sharron is awesome. Great voice, and so entertaining. She also got cast in Rob Roy, the biggest thing in Canadian Musicals in ages. Below is a clip from Sharron's Christmas Party which we went to.