Certainly Not Sullivan Cabaret VIII: “A Song of Her Own”

 

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Join us for our 8th annual Certainly Not Sullivan Cabaret: A Song of Her Own—a celebration and showcase of women composers and lyricists in musical theatre!

Our talented cast will give voice to themes of self-discovery, love, lust, and empowerment from a variety of female perspectives in songs from such shows as Sweet Charity, Anastasia, Legally Blonde, Fun Home, Hadestown, Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, and more!

VENUE: La Vitrola, 4602 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1R3
DATE: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
TIME: 8:00 PM (Doors at 7:30)
TICKETS: Students $10, Regular: $12 (Age 18+ only)
*Please note that this event will be happening on the second floor, which will not be accessible by wheelchair*

As you may know, the Certainly Not Sullivan Cabaret is an annual concert presented by the McGill Savoy Society, Canada’s oldest university-affiliated Gilbert and Sullivan troupe. Each year, the cabaret presents songs from musical theatre and related repertoire outside the G&S canon.

Produced by Marc Ducusin, Irina Ghitulescu, and Michael Loewen
Stage Direction by Sophia Metcalf
Musical Direction by Daniel Arthur
Stage Management by Alexander Barth
Additional rehearsal piano by Karen Ho
Poster Design by Jayden Kang

CAST:
MC: Claire Edrington
Angela Marino
Anita Pandey
Ben Markbreiter
Caeleigh McDonald
Cassidy Gordon
Charlotte Paradis
Charlotte Scott-Frater
Emily Sheeran
Eric Lee
Grace Bokenfohr
Hanna Nes
Hermine Villedey
Judith Portelance
Julia Lesser
Maria Jimenez
Matthew Mckeown
Olivia Barnes
Olivia Charette
Rachel Hunter
Sam Boucher
Sebastien Comtois
TJ Hall
Patrick Park

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