Dear Evan Hansen Waitress School of Rock among Mirvish 201819 season highlights

first_img“We are very fortunate to have Dear Evan Hansen as the anchor show of our main season subscription. This new musical has set Broadway ablaze by appealing to a younger audience with a story rooted in today’s social media culture. It heralds a new era in musicals and we are very proud to have its first international production,” he added.The subscription series includes: Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations, directed by former Stratford Festival artistic director Des McAnuff with choreography by Sergio Trujillo. The show, which makes its Canadian debut before heading to Broadway, plays at the Princess of Wales Theatre from Oct. 11 to Nov. 17. Facebook Advertisement Mirvish Productions has unveiled its upcoming 2018/19 season, featuring a slew of recent stage hits from Broadway and London’s West End, and one new musical in a pre-Broadway run. Among them is the first international production of hit musical Dear Evan Hansen, an adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the Sara Bareilles-scored Waitress, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s take on School of Rock, and musicals featuring the songbooks of Bob Dylan and the Temptations.The season includes seven shows in the subscription series, three in the Off-Mirvish Season, and six bonus shows.“As always, we strive to bring Toronto audiences the best in theatre from around the world and this year, we are especially blessed with a wide range of productions,” said producer David Mirvish. Advertisementcenter_img Twitter Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgWarner Bros. has, for reasons inexplicable to these awards predictors, requested that A Star Is Born not be considered for the comedy/musical category—so here it is instead. Despite that unnecessary handicap, the film is likely to be showered with nominations by the H.F.P.A., a group that loves the big and sincere and gave Madonna an award for Evita (albeit in the musical category). Beyond that, here’s where the split will benefit fading former front-runner First Man, and where Marvel might launch its first real foray into awards season with Black Panther. Bizarrely, Marielle Heller’s excellently dyspeptic comedy Can You Ever Forgive Me? is also being considered a drama at the moment, so that could spoil in this category.BEST ACTOR, MOTION PICTURE, DRAMABradley Cooper, A Star Is BornRyan Gosling, First ManWillem Dafoe, At Eternity’s GateEthan Hawke, First ReformedRami Malek, Bohemian RhapsodyThis feels like Cooper’s to lose, but then again, the Globes are weird. Maybe the H.F.P.A. will go for the false-toothed mugging of Malek, or Dafoe’s arty angst. The most tenuous prediction here is probably Hawke, who has won critics’ prizes but whose quiet, strange film may not snare the H.F.P.A.’s attention. Myriad other actors could take that fifth slot, including Hugh Jackman for the largely forgotten The Front Runner or son of Hollywood Lucas Hedges, whose Boy Erased has taken a major status hit since the fall festivals and could use a boost. Every year, we say it, and every year, it remains true: the Golden Globes are the most predictably unpredictable major awards show, a glitzy but free-wheeling ceremony where nominees are chosen by about 90 idiosyncratic journalists who may or may not have ever met Drew Barrymore. Yet predict the nominations—which are being announced Thursday, December 6, at 5 A.M. Pacific/8 A.M. Eastern—we must, because that’s what we do around here.Below, V.F.’s crack team of experts reads the tea leaves to see who has the best shot at nabbing one of those freshly redesigned trophies when the Globes air on NBC January 6. We may not know who’s hosting the telecast this year, but we do know that A Star Is Born, The Favourite, and Sharp Objects should expect to have a very good Thursday morning.BEST MOTION PICTURE, DRAMAA Star Is BornFirst ManIf Beale Street Could TalkBlack PantherBlacKkKlansman Login/Register With: Twitter Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img read more