We are just weeks away from our 21st Season production of Follies. Not only is this Sondheim classic a heartbreakingly beautiful show, but we are also especially excited as it will be our 100th production! Tickets are available for Follies at www.newtix.ca or 905-953-5122. Join us to celebrate 100 Wavestage productions.
Wavestage is proud to present our 100th production in 20 seasons - Follies! In September, the cast of Follies joined to perform this show together for the very first time. Our table read set the bar high, and we can't wait to bring this show to Newmarket Theatre from January 30 - February 1, 2015. Featuring some of Ontario's most talented performers, Follies is sure to make you laugh, cry, and ponder the fantasies of our youth. Boasting some of Sondheim’s most tuneful and memorable numbers such as ‘Broadway Baby’ and ‘Losing My Mind’, Follies explores themes such as love and loss, memories and illusions with the warmth and poignancy typical of Sondheim’s musicals. Tickets are available at www.newtix.ca or by calling the Newmarket Theatre box office at 905-953-5122.
Our production of Guys and Dolls is fast approaching, and our cast and creative team could not be more excited for this show to hit the stage at Newmarket Theatre. This show will be on stage for a limited 5 performance run. Tickets are available now at www.newtix.ca, as well as by phone call to the Newmarket Theatre box office - 905.953.5122. Enjoy taking a behind-the-scenes look at our rehearsals for this production, crapshooters, dolls and all!
A Little Princess is the Wavestage production you won't want to miss. This new musical features music by Andrew Lippa and the enchanting tale of one little girl with a big imagination. This production features two distinct casts, both with incredible talents and a vibrancy that tells the inspiring story of Sara Crewe. We are thrilled to be performing A Little Princess from May 8-11, 2014 at Newmarket Theatre. Tickets are available for this production at www.newtix.ca or 905-953-5122.
At the mention of Hello, Dolly! many people first think of Barbra Streisand and Walter Matthau playing opposite one another in the 1969 film. However, it was the legendary Carol Channing in 1964 who originated the role of Dolly Levi on Broadway. Since that time, Hello, Dolly! has become a staple of the musical theatre genre and it's leading lady has inspired a multitude of fans with her kindness, can-do attitude, and ability to make her own luck. Hello, Dolly! is a celebration of life lived to the fullest, opening your arms to strangers, adventures and love! Come see this wonderful production from November 1-3, 2013 at Newmarket Theatre.
We are just under two weeks away from our upcoming production of HAIR! Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from our recent dress rehearsal. Hair is without a doubt going to be the event of the summer. Tickets at www.rhcentre.ca