Issue #197: August 1, 2007
the Toronto Star article on Camp Broadway!!
the Toronto Sun article on Camp Broadway!!
As previously reported in this
Sorkin, creator of television’s The West
Wing brings his new play about the birth of television The
Farnsworth Invention to the Broadway stage. Previews
begin at the Music Box Theatre on October 15 with Hank
Azaria in the starring role. Directing
this new play is the man with the Tony touch Des McAnuff (Jersey
Boys). Opening night is set for November 14.
on the classic role of Eliza Doolittle when she makes her Broadway
debut in the Roundabout’s revival of Pygmalion on
Concert Tickets are hot as well as Broadway theater shows like Jersey Boys
Tickets, Disney's Mary Poppins on
Broadway and classics like Wicked Tickets.
- On the heels of the overwhelming success of the first
Camp Broadway in Canada, check out our link for information
about next year’s camp…and get on our mailing
list to be the first to know about future camp programs.
icon and supporter of the arts, Ed Mirvish passed
away July 11, thirteen days before his 93rd birthday. The
tributes to the humble grocer turned producer and marketing
tycoon poured in from all over the world. In 1963 he
bought the dilapidated Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto…and
developed the largest theatre subscription base in North
America. A constant supporter of the arts it was Mr.
Mirvish who saved the Old Vic in London was rewarded
for his efforts with the OCE…then in the early 90s
his vision for a first class theatre that could house the
larger than life musicals in Toronto was built and named
after the late Princess of Wales. Ed
Mirvish was a man who was comfortable talking to
shoppers in his “Honest Eds” landmark bargain
emporium or having tea with royalty. He was a one-of-a-kind
gentleman who will be sorely missed by those of us who grew
up always reading about Ed’s latest