Posted in September 2013

THE GIANT’S GARDEN

THE GIANT’S GARDEN

  The Giant’s Garden had its world premiere in December of 2007 at Theatre Orangeville. This full-scale family musical featured some of Canada’s finest musical theatre performers along with a 25 voice children’s chorus. Scott wrote music and lyrics and shared book-writing duties with Peter Fenton. In 2011, the show was remounted as part of the … Continue reading

FIRE

FIRE

The story of two brothers. Cale, the younger, forsakes his father’s church to become a rock and roll star. He rises to the top but loses everything he ever valued, including his child bride Molly. Herchel becomes a minister and marries Molly but his jealousy of Cale drives him into the compromising world of TV … Continue reading

AMELIA

AMELIA

Be transported to the Golden Age of Flight – a world of planes, dreams and celebrity. Amelia is the fascinating story of the meteoric rise and mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart. The legendary Earhart was a pioneer of the skies, a courageous woman who defied all conventions of her time. This new hit musical from … Continue reading

SUNSHINE TOWN

SUNSHINE TOWN

An adaptation of Stephen Leacock’s Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, presented 31 Mar 1954 on CBC radio as The Hero of Mariposa and 19 Dec 1954 on CBC-TV as Sunshine Town. Probably the most ambitious Canadian musical to that time, Sunshine Town had performances at the Royal Alexandra Theatre 10-22 Jan 1955 and the … Continue reading

THE WRONG SON

THE WRONG SON

THE WRONG SON takes place in 1949 and concerns Ryle, a war-time pilot turned piano player.  He and his singer girlfriend Maggie have come up with a hit song, but then one night Ryle’s drunken ex-wife Peg shows up.  A murder ensues and Ryle is on the run, beginning his typically noir struggle to escape … Continue reading

THE VAUDEVILLIANS

THE VAUDEVILLIANS

This is the story of Vaudeville … from its early beginnings, on to entertaining the troupes and though Vaudeville’s ultimate demise with the advent of movies.  It is told, through skits and music, by three vaudevillians near the end of their careers.  They share memories and take the audience on a trip down memory lane, … Continue reading

PRIVATE TURVEY’S WAR

PRIVATE TURVEY’S WAR

A musical comedy based on the Leacock award winning novel “Turvey”.  Private Thomas Leadbeater Turvey is nobody’s idea of a capable recruit. Shifted from regimental pillar to post, Turvey tries and fails at every odd job in the army with a remarkable genius for mishap.  A casualty before he has a chance to see action, Turvey … Continue reading

EMILY

EMILY

Emily (based on the Emily of New Moon trilogy by Lucy Maud Montgomery): (Book/Lyrics) Debuted in 1999 at Charlottetown Festival of Prince Edward Island, and returned for a second season in 2000. A new revised version of the show was produced by Talk Is Free Theatre, Barrie, Ontario in May 2006, directed by Ouzounian. “Emily” … Continue reading