SONGS FROM THE SHOWER
Performances: July 6, 7, 8, 13,14,15 – 8pm
Matinee: July 16 – 2pm
Presented by Theatre 3×60 and Cadenza Productions
Songs from the Shower features six stellar performers who share their vocal guilty pleasures in a musical cabaret of contemporary show tunes that reflect life’s moments of introspection, action, decision and indecision with passion and humour. Musical direction by Carol Salamone, founder of Cadenza Productions. Direction by Carey Nicholson. Mature content, situations and language. Recommended ages 13 and up.
Tickets: Adults – $30, Seniors and Students – $27, Groups of 10 – $25 each, EyeGo – $5
Seniors – 60+
Students – Any High School, University or College student with a valid ID.
EyeGo – Any high school student with a valid student ID (Only 12 EyeGo seats available per performance)
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Meet the cast:
Todd Appleton is thrilled to be back on stage in Port Perry! Todd took part in Port Perry’s Confidential Musical Theatre Project last summer where he played Sid Sorokin in “The Pajama Game“. You may also remember him as Prof. Harold Hill in Cadenza’s production of “The Music Man” in 2008. Todd recently won a Thea award (Best Actor in a Musical – ACT-CO) for his role as J. Pierpont Finch in OLT’s How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. The Whitby dentist (www.appletondental.ca) has appeared in numerous shows around Durham Region and the GTA – favourite roles include Leo Bloom in “The Producers” at OLT, Jinx in “Forever Plaid” at Whitby Courthouse Theatre, and Joseph in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at Scarborough Music Theatre. Todd wishes to thank Carol and Carey for this opportunity and his family, friends and his awesome dental team for all their support.
Lyle is pleased to be performing with Theatre 3×60 and Cadenza Productions again this year. He was seen last summer as Sandor Turai in The Play’s The Thing and as Charlie Aiken in the Borelians’ production of August Osage County. Lyle has been active in local theatre, as a performer, musician and music director. When not at the theatre, Lyle is head of music at Bur Oak S.S. in Markham. Lyle would like to thank his wife and daughters for their love and support.
Trish Harris has been involved in community theatre, both plays and musicals, for many years and has enjoyed performing all around the GTA. Favourite musical roles include The Baker’s Wife (Into the Woods), Audrey (Little Shop of Horrors), Annie Oakley (Annie Get Your Gun), and Gussie (Merrily We Roll Along). Trish has also been singing in choirs and bands since childhood. She would like to thank her amazing husband Paul for putting up with her crazy hobbies.
Donna Lajeunesse is so happy to be a part of her second Cadenza cabaret. Seen most recently on the OLT stage as “Paulette” in “Legaly Blonde” and “Misses Jones” in “How to succeed in business without really trying”. She would like to thank the creative team and thank her neighbours for not making noise complaints when she practices.
This is Catherine’s 5th show and it’s been a fantastic ride! Catherine is grateful for those who had faith in her. She never thought she’d be singing on stage again, let alone in a production such as this. Without her family’s support, none of it would be possible! ‘Thank You’ to Cindy for always believing in her and Carol, for having confidence in her and not taking any of her crap. Let the adventures continue!
Andrew is a professional lighting designer turned web developer hailing from Toronto. When he’s not learning code, he’s singing in the shower, in the car, and to his beautiful daughter. Past shows include: Fiddler on the Roof, Little Shop of Horrors, The Music Man and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat. Andrew would like to thank his wife, Mallory, and his daughter, Lilah, for all their support, love, and encouragement.