Recommended – He Sang, She Sang, Globe Productions, The Old Armoury, April 6-15, $20

He Sang, She Sang – April 2018

Production Team:

Director: Amanda Dwyer
Music Director: David Bernacki
Choreographer: JQ Smith

Performances:
April 6, 7, 13, 14 at 8pm
April 8, 15 at 2pm

The Old Armoury | 1 Park Avenue | Georgetown

Synopsis

Musical theatre is full of fabulous characters that we have come to know and love over the years. Through these characters we have discovered wonderful music – beautiful ballads, rocking solos, gorgeous torch songs, and energetic ensemble numbers.  Now prepare to re-discover them! Come join Globe as we break down barriers, stereotypes and genders for He Sang, She Sang!  A cabaret full of sensational numbers where we turn the tables on songs traditionally sung by men and those sung by women, for a fresh take on some old favourites.  A night to remember, you will be thoroughly entertained as our talented cast take on roles and songs they would never have the chance to perform otherwise!

Cast:

Andrew Skuza
Carole Dixon
David Brown
Emily Zathey
Jaime Brown
Jenna Brown
Jordan May
Kelly Baker
Margaret Zabokrzycki
Meg Cate
Mikayla Falk
Sarah Dexter

Tickets: 

All seats $20 until March 31. $25 as of April 1. General Admission

Recommended – Leonard Cohen Acoustic Tribute – Tower of Song (Duo), Loreto Home Concert, Sunday, April 8 at 3 pm, $20

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Georgetown’s Frank and Ruth Loreto have been hosting house concerts (at 3 Torino Gate) for 5 plus years and have yet to be disappointed by any of the shows.

The cost for the evening is $20 per person, with the full amount going to the performers. They need to know in advance who is coming as they can only hold 25 people comfortably and they must know how many break-time delights to prepare in advance. Now is not too soon to book this or other upcoming shows in the Loreto Home Routes Concert Series. To reserve a spot, contact Frank at: loreto@sympatico.ca.

Bring whatever you would like to drink.

For a wealth of info on other Live Music events throughout Canada (as re-posted by Frank Loreto) connect on Facebook at earstotheground.ca and on Twitter @ears2dground.

 

Sally Campbell, Troubadour, Candlelit Church, St. Alban’s, Sunday, April 8, 7:30 pm

Sally Campbell, Troubadour

Sally was given her first guitar when she was twelve and discovered an attraction for story in song, which grew into a lifelong passion. She has been writing and performing for more than 30 years and seeking to make a positive musical contribution, with the understanding that music has a powerful effect on the soul. She is an active member of the Brampton Folk Club, performing at community events and festivals. She was awarded a Bravo Award by the Brampton Arts Council in 2011-2012, for Outstanding Concert Performance (solo/small ensemble). She trained in Royal Conservatory piano instruction and Vocal training from Joyce Britton of the Austin Opera Company.
 
Strongly influenced by the Singer/Songwriters of the ’60s and ‘70s, Sally’s experience with small group performance, concert presentations, special music for church, camps and conference presentations have been opportunities to hone performance skill and an understanding of “knowing one’s audience”.
Her newest project involves weaving story with themed musical presentation. Current available themes in this format are Traveler: The journey of life and growth (folk based presentation) and Abiding: Reflections on spiritual strength (faith based presentation).
 
Sally is currently the Contemporary Worship Director at Christ Church in Brampton.