We are pleased to announce our first fundraiser for 2018, in conjunction with Toronto Musical Concerts, is scheduled for March 16th and 17th starting 7:30pm at Eastminster United Church (310 Danforth Avenue)
Proceeds from March 16th will go to fulfilling CSSN’s mandate to reduce youth violence in schools and communities, as well as increase youth safety, empowerment, and well-being. It endeavors to achieve these goals by delivering a variety of targeted programs such as workshops and coaching for students, teachers, and administrators. We also provide programs in regard to youth empowerment and leadership. A few of CSSN’s programs include Cyberbullying Hackathons, LGBTQ Think Tanks, and SHE leadership programs. CSSN receives no government funding and we can only achieve our goals through fund-raising activities such as the exciting one we have planned for March 16.
Toronto Musical Concerts (TMC) is a dynamic, not-for-profit, professional musical theatre collective. Our mandate includes a commitment to the artistry of musical theatre: presenting high-quality and entertaining concert productions; producing cutting-edge works; developing emerging talents and new audiences, and providing educational opportunities and community outreach through the performing arts.
The event is the funny and witty musical comedy Company, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth. The original production was nominated for a record-setting fourteen Tony Awards and won six. It was among the first musicals to deal with adult themes and relationships. The cost for this very entertaining evening is a real steal- just $25.00.
COMPANY In Concert features professional musical theatre talents: Kevin Achiele (Paul); AJ Bridel (Marta); Lawrence Cotton (Larry); Donna Garner (Joanne); Ryan Kelly (David); Lisa Kisch (Jenny); Lizzie Kurtz (Amy); David Lopez (Peter); Marisa McIntyre (April); Anwyn Musico (Susan); Leah Oster (Kathy); Sarah Strange (Sarah); Geoffrey Tyler (Bobby); Christopher Wilson (Harry); and is musically directed by Scott Christian (piano).
Tickets: $25 (General Admission), $20 (Students / Seniors / Arts Workers)
Advance purchase: Click here to buy tickets!
Further information: 647-298-9338