As she ran final rehearsals for the Grand Theatre’s high school production of Into the Woods this week, director Saccha Dennis couldn’t help but smile.
Yes, it’s happily ever after, at least until reality bites.
The kids are back. The Grand Theatre’s High School Project returns to the Spriet stage for the first time in three years for a production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony-winning musical Into The Woods, directed by Saccha Dennis. The show is in preview Thursday and opens Friday, continuing until Oct. 1. The production […]
London’s Grand Theatre is ending its requirement for proof of vaccination. The policy ends Sunday although the theatre said “exceptions may be made at the request of promoters, touring artists or other partners.” Patrons still are required to wear masks inside the theatre and during all performances. The theatre urged patrons to continue to monitor […]
Kathryn Sherwin will always have friends, and not just because of her sunny demeanour.
Canadian theatre is welcoming a fun, contemporary and inspiring new musical into the fold.
The Grand Theatre will present a full slate of 10 productions – four of them world premieres – Live! next season, the downtown arts institution’s officials announced Tuesday. The 2022-23 season opens on the Spriet Stage Oct. 18 with the world premiere of Grand Ghosts, a music-filled play written by Canadian award-winner Trina Davies (Silence […]
Like the flower that finds a path through rock-covered ground, Grow is about to bloom. The long-anticipated musical, cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, is now in preview with its world premiere Friday at London’s Grand Theatre, pandemic permitting. Director Dennis Garnhum couldn’t find enough words to describe the show with book by Sarnia […]
An eight-year journey to opening night is nearly complete for Matt Murray’s musical, Grow.
The Grand Theatre’s vaunted High School Project is returning to the stage and seeking students to perform.
After two years of pandemic, we all need a little Room.
The production that’s in previews this week and has its official opening Friday is what the theatre’s artistic director, Dennis Garnhum, calls “Room 3.0.”
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