Cornwall Concert Series presents ‘Any Dream Will Do’November 15, 2018
The fall season for the Cornwall Concert Series wraps up on Saturday, November 17 with Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The show was conceived and co-produced by Adrian Marchuk, who starred as Frankie Valli in the Toronto and Las Vegas productions of Jersey Boys. Told through story and song, and brought to life by musical theatre performers from Stratford, Toronto, and Broadway, the show touches on more than 30 of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit songs from Joseph, Evita, Cats, The Phantom of the Opera, Sunset Boulevard and more. Adrian was originally scheduled to also perform in this eight city tour of the show, but has had to step back. Stewart Adam McKensy will be joining the performance. Stewart is fresh off performing in Adrian’s newest show, A Whole New World, which just premiered last month in Collingwood. Stewart has played Lola/Angel in Kinky Boots (Mirvish) and The Beast in Beauty and the Beast, Young People’s Theatre (Toronto). Credits include The Wizard of Oz (U.S National Tour/Mirvish); Hairspray and The Producers (Mirvish); Me and My Girl, 1837: The Farmers’ Revolt, Ragtime, Trouble in Tahiti (Shaw Festival); To Kill a Mockingbird, My One and Only (Stratford Festival).
The cast also includes Thom Allison , who can be seen as Pree in the hit series, Killjoys, on Space Channel/Syfy Network. On Broadway Tom’s credits include Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, the original Canadian companies: Miss Saigon, The Who’s Tommy and Rent. Stratford Festival: Romeo and Juliet, The King and I, Into the Woods. Shaw Festival: Ragtime and A Little Night Music.
Alana Hibbert is thrilled to be returning to Any Dream Will Do. She is a Dora-nominated actor and singer who has appeared on many stages in Canada, most recently having been featured in the world premiere of Mary and Max at Theatre Calgary. Other favourite credits include: Carousel, The Sound of Music (Stratford Festival); Ragtime, Guys and Dolls, Trouble in Tahiti, Major Barbara and The Mountaintop (Shaw Festival).
Elena Juatco is a Jessie Award-winning and Dora-nominated actor and singer for film, TV, and stage. Her latest stage performance was as Olga Larin in The Musical Stage Company’s Dora-nominated production of Onegin which also played at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Elena played Nicola in Kinky Boots at the Royal Alexandra Theatre and understudied Eponine in Les Misérables at the Princess of Wales (Mirvish).
The Spring concert season will begin on April 6 with Rocky Road to Dublin: Baroque Music of the Celtic Countries. Ensemble la Cigale invites audiences to discover the roots of Celtic music. Pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin and Montreal Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Andrew Wan close out the season with a programme of Beethoven sonatas on May 11.
All concerts are held at Aultsville Theatre with an 8 pm start time. Single tickets ($35) for all performances may be purchased in advance (cash or cheque) at these locations: TD Canada Trust, Cornwall Square and TD Canada Trust, 61 Ninth Street East; Caisse Populaire de Cornwall, 840 Pitt Street; and Jolly Tours, Eastcourt Mall.
Single tickets and subscriptions may also be purchased at the door on the evening of the performance subject to availability.
For further information, visit www.CornwallConcertSeries.com.
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