The CMTP Festival of New Musicals takes place this weekend
Sheridan College’s Canadian Music Theatre Project (CMTP) has enjoyed tremendous success, launching new musicals that are being produced and further developed by leading theatres around the world. (To learn more about CMTP and the works developed to date, click here.).
The Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance Class of 2016 has been workshopping four new musicals this semester: Senza Luce by Drama Desk Award nominees Neil Bartram and Brian Hill, Atlantis by Australian Helpmann Award nominee Matthew Lee Robinson, 33 1/3 by Dora Award winners Paul Sportelli and Jay Turvey, and Leading Lady by Dora Award winner John Wimbs and Anthony Bastianon.
Forty-five minute readings of each musical will be presented during the second annual Canadian Music Theatre Project Festival, October 8-10, on the main stage at Sheridan College’s Trafalgar Campus in Oakville, Ontario.
October 8 and 9, 7PM
October 10, 1PM and 7PM
Sheridan College, MainStage Theatre
1430 Trafalgar Road
Oakville, ON, L6H 2L1
The Canadian Music Theatre Project was launched in 2011 and is Canada’s first incubator for the development of new musical theatre works by Canadian and international composers, lyricists and book-writers.
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