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- CANADIAN STAGE PRESENTS 'THE OTHER PLACE'
The Other Place
The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of “The Other Place” at The Bluma Appel Theatre in Downtown Toronto from January 18 to February 7. Daniel Brooks returns to direct this emotional thriller with a darkly comedic twist.
- Jan 18
- Noël Coward's 'BLITHE SPIRIT'
Noël Coward’s BLITHE SPIRIT
Following the internationally acclaimed sold-out engagements on Broadway and London’s West End, television legend, Oscar-recipient and five-time Tony Award®-winner ANGELA LANSBURY returns to the stage this winter in her Tony Award®-winning role as Madame Arcati, in Michael Blakemore’s revival of Noël Coward’s smash-hit comedy, BLITHE SPIRIT.
For tickets go to mirvish.com.
- Feb 11
- From Back To Bluegrass
From Back To Bluegrass - February 17 and 18 at Roy Thomson Hall.
The trio of brilliant string players who make up Time for Three offer a joyous, genre-busting show that gleefully mixes jazz, bluegrass, pop, folk, and classical into a unique and spectacularly entertaining blend.
- Feb 17
- LAUGH OUT LOUD
The New AM 740 is the Official Radio Sponsor of “Laugh Out Loud” benefitting the Trillium Health Partners Foundation
This is the comedy event of the year as they celebrate all things Canadian featuring the comedic acts of Alan Thicke and Gerry Dee. Guests will be treated to dinner, dancing and great entertainment all for an important cause: the mental health program at Trillium Health Partners. A new 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sport will also be raffled off that night!
- Feb 28
- CANADIAN STAGE PRESENTS 'HARPER REGAN'
The New Classical FM is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of “Harper Regan” at The Bluma Appel Theatre in Downtown Toronto from March 1 to 21. A new play about one woman’s tale of need to explore the very meaning of loyalty, morality, and the bonds of family.
- Mar 1
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