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  • Dane Taylor thanks for the post How to Succeed in (Show) Business? in the forums.
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  • Dane Taylor created a new topic Green Door Cabaret in the forums.
    GREEN DOOR CABARET

    SPRING SERIES MAY 11-JULY 1, 2013

    FRIDAY MAY 11 CATHY ELLIOTT

    SATURDAY MAY 12 RETRO A CAPPELLA (WORLD PREMIERE)

    SUNDAY MAY 13 ALEX SAMARAS AND BOBBY HSU: JAZZ SONDHEIM PROJECT

    FRIDAY MAY 18 REBECCA CAINE

    SATURDAY MAY 19 JOSH WHITE, JR.

    FRIDAY MAY 25 ANDREA LUDWIG AND JOHN HESS

    SATURDAY MAY 26 ROBERT PRIEST

    SUNDAY MAY 27 SUSAN CUTHBERT



    FRIDAY JUNE 1 EDWIN HUIZINGA AND FRIENDS: CLASSICAL REVOLUTION

    SATURDAY JUNE 2 MICHAEL DANSO AND CHARLES COZENS

    SUNDAY JUNE 3 GABRIELLE PRATA AND ROBERT LONGO



    FRIDAY JUNE 8 MICHAEL JAMES

    SATURDAY JUNE 9 LINDSAY SUTHERLAND-BOAL

    SUNDAY JUNE 10 MARY PITT: EINS, ZWEI, DREI REDUX



    GREEN DOOR SALUTES THE TORONTO JAZZ FESTIVAL



    FRIDAY JUNE 22 COUNTERMEASURE

    SATURDAY JUNE 23 SAM BROVERMAN

    SUNDAY JUNE 24 DEBBIE FLEMING
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  • Dane Taylor and Alain Vallee are now friends
    friends 953 days ago
  • Dane Taylor created a new topic Ramin Karimloo Makes Canadian Concert Debut in the forums.
    Song & Script Exclusive:

    Brampton’s Rose Theatre

    Brings Him Home

    Ramin Karimloo Makes Canadian

    Professional Concert Debut This September



    Ramin Karimloo, the Canadian-born and Richmond Hill-native who is renowned as a star of London’s West End, will return home to make his Canadian professional concert debut Friday, Sept. 7th at the Rose Theatre in Brampton, less than a week before his performance in New York City at Times Square’s BB Kings.

    Ticket information and concert details have yet to be released.

    The Brampton engagement kicks off Karimloo’s 10-city Canadian-American tour that consists of:

    · Friday, Sept. 7 – Rose Theatre, Brampton (near Toronto)

    · Saturday, Sept. 8th - Park West, Chicago

    · Tuesday, Sept. 11th - WQED, Pittsburgh

    · Wednesday, Sept. 12th - ArtsQuest, Bethlehem

    · Thursday, Sept. 13th - BBKings, NYC

    · Saturday, Sept. 15th - McGlohon Theatre, Charlotte

    · Sunday, Sept. 16th - Center Stage, Atlanta

    · Tuesday, Sept. 18th - Birchmere, Washington

    · Wednesday, Sept. 19th - World Cafe Live, Philadelphia

    · Friday, Sept. 21st - The Egg, Albany NY

    The tour is in support of his new album, titled Ramin, released by SONY.

    Karimloo is renowned for his performances as the Phantom in the London West-End productions of The Phantom of the Opera and its continuation, Love Never Dies as well as his current engagement as Jean Valjean in the West End’s Les Misérables.



    Dennis Kucherawy
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    wall 965 days ago
  • Dane Taylor created a new topic PLAYLIST: Sat Mar 10, 2012 & Sun Mar 11,2012 in the forums.
    Saturday March 10 (8 to 9 am)

    A musical salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein with selections from OKLAHOMA!, CAROUSEL, ALLEGRO, SOUTH PACIFIC, THE KING AND I, ME AND JULIET, PIPE DREAM, FLOWER DRUM SONG and THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

    Selections:
    Oklahoma & The Surry with the Fringe on Top (from OKLAHOMA!)
    If I Loved You (from CAROUSEL)
    The Gentleman is a Dope (from ALLEGRO)
    A Wonderful Guy & This Nearly Was Mine (from SOUTH PACIFIC)
    March of the Siamese Children (from THE KING AND I)
    Intermission Talk (from ME AND JULIET)
    On a Lopsided Bus (from PIPE DREAM)
    Chop Suey (from FLOWER DRUM SONG)
    The Sound of Music (from THE SOUND OF MUSIC)



    Sunday March 11 (9 to 10 am

    Music from JERSEY BOYS, THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, RAGTIME and DO I HEAR A WALTZ. Ethel Merman reminisces about starring in the original production of ANYTHING GOES, and Raul Esparza (soon to open on Broadway in the new musical LEAP OF FAITH) recreates his show stopping performance of “Being Alive” from COMPANY.

    Selections:
    Can’t Take My Eyes off of You (from JERSEY BOYS)
    As We Stumble Along (from THE DROWSY CHAPERONE)
    Too Darn Hot (from KISS ME, KATE)
    Anything Goes (from ANYTHING GOES)
    Heat Wave (from AS THOUSANDS CHEER)
    Suite of selections from RAGTIME
    Our Children (from RAGTIME)
    Being Alive (from COMPANY)
    What do we do? We Fly! & Do I Hear A Waltz? (from DO I HEAR A WALTZ)
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    wall 967 days ago
  • Dane Taylor created a new topic Ramin Karimloo Debut Solo Album in the forums.
    Canadian West End Star’s Debut Album

    Now Available at Song & Script



    During the unprecedented 10-year-run of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera’s Canadian production, thousands of children came from everywhere to Toronto’s Pantages Theatre to thrill to the excitement and magic of the longest running musical ever. One of them, a Richmond Hill youngster named Ramin Karimloo, was so inspired by the production…and Colm Wilkinson’s magnificent performance…that he decided to pursue a career in musical theatre.

    Ever since that fateful performance he has been living the dream. He was cast as the Phantom in the West End … the youngest Phantom ever…then hand-picked by Lloyd Webber himself to create the role of the Phantom in the West End world premiere of Love Never Dies in which he starred with Sierra Boggess. Both singers were then cast as the leads in The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, performances that were held last October in honour of the musical’s 25th anniversary. The CD and DVD/Blu-ray of that performance are also available at Song & Script and were telecast just this past Sunday throughout North American on PBS.

    He is presently starring again in the West End, this time as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. His engagement, which was to have ended last Saturday, has been extended to March 31st.

    Now, Karimloo has released his debut solo album on the SONY label. Included are a new arrangement of “The Music of the Night” from Phantom that has a quicker tempo with guitar accompaniment and also a new arrangement (with synths) of “Til I Hear You Sing,” the big solo from Love Never Dies, the continuation of the Phantom’s epic saga. Other tracks include “Everything I Do (I Do It for You),” the love theme from Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood originally sung by Bryan Adams and “Guiding Light,” originally recorded by the English rock band, Muse. Other tracks such as “Coming Home” and “Song of the Human Heart” are all original and co-written by Karimloo.

    The album features Karimloo’s rich, distinctive tenor in a variety of easy listening songs. He is embarking on a tour of England to support the album. He will cross the pond to sing in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 13th at 8 p.m.at the B.B. King Blues Club Bar and Grill at 237 W. 42nd Street in the heart of Times Square. General admission tickets are $25 in advance and $30 on the day of the performance. Tickets are available at www.bbkingblues.com . Telephone is (212) 997-4144.

    Dennis Kucherawy

    The CD’s tracks consist of:

    1. Show Me Light

    2. Coming Home

    3. Music of the Night

    4. Broken Home

    5. Guiding Light

    6. Song of the Human Heart

    7. Constant Angel

    8. Til I Hear You Sing

    9. Eyes of a Child

    10. Inside My World

    11. Everything I Do (I Do It For You)

    12. CathedralsCanadian West End Star’s Debut Album

    Now Available at Song & Script



    During the unprecedented 10-year-run of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera’s Canadian production, thousands of children came from everywhere to Toronto’s Pantages Theatre to thrill to the excitement and magic of the longest running musical ever. One of them, a Richmond Hill youngster named Ramin Karimloo, was so inspired by the production…and Colm Wilkinson’s magnificent performance…that he decided to pursue a career in musical theatre.

    Ever since that fateful performance he has been living the dream. He was cast as the Phantom in the West End … the youngest Phantom ever…then hand-picked by Lloyd Webber himself to create the role of the Phantom in the West End world premiere of Love Never Dies in which he starred with Sierra Boggess. Both singers were then cast as the leads in The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, performances that were held last October in honour of the musical’s 25th anniversary. The CD and DVD/Blu-ray of that performance are also available at Song & Script and were telecast just this past Sunday throughout North American on PBS.

    He is presently starring again in the West End, this time as Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. His engagement, which was to have ended last Saturday, has been extended to March 31st.

    Now, Karimloo has released his debut solo album on the SONY label. Included are a new arrangement of “The Music of the Night” from Phantom that has a quicker tempo with guitar accompaniment and also a new arrangement (with synths) of “Til I Hear You Sing,” the big solo from Love Never Dies, the continuation of the Phantom’s epic saga. Other tracks include “Everything I Do (I Do It for You),” the love theme from Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood originally sung by Bryan Adams and “Guiding Light,” originally recorded by the English rock band, Muse. Other tracks such as “Coming Home” and “Song of the Human Heart” are all original and co-written by Karimloo.









    The album features Karimloo’s rich, distinctive tenor in a variety of easy listening songs. He is embarking on a tour of England to support the album. He will cross the pond to sing in New York City on Thursday, Sept. 13th at 8 p.m.at the B.B. King Blues Club Bar and Grill at 237 W. 42nd Street in the heart of Times Square. General admission tickets are $25 in advance and $30 on the day of the performance. Tickets are available at www.bbkingblues.com . Telephone is (212) 997-4144.

    Dennis Kucherawy

    The CD’s tracks consist of:

    1. Show Me Light

    2. Coming Home

    3. Music of the Night

    4. Broken Home

    5. Guiding Light

    6. Song of the Human Heart

    7. Constant Angel

    8. Til I Hear You Sing

    9. Eyes of a Child

    10. Inside My World

    11. Everything I Do (I Do It For You)

    12. Cathedrals
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    wall 967 days ago
  • Dane Taylor created a new topic PLAYLIST: Sat Mar 3 and Sun Mar 4 2011 in the forums.
    Saturday March 3 (8 to 9 am)

    Jim Brochu, currently starring in ZERO HOUR, shares his five favorite show tunes and talks about meeting Broadway legends Ethel Merman, David Burns, Jack Gilford and Zero Mostel. Jim portrays Mostel in the acclaimed play ZERO HOUR running at the Bathurst Street Theatre until March 11. (For tickets go to: www.ticketmaster.ca/Zero-Hour-tickets/ar...8#artist_table_focus)

    Selections:
    If I were a Rich Man (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF)
    Everybody ought to have a Maid
    (A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM)
    Little Green Snake (TAKE ME ALONG)
    Rose’s Turn (GYPSY)
    Ya Got Trouble (THE MUSIC MAN)
    Going it Alone (THE LAST SESSION)
    New Music (RAGTIME)


    Sunday March 4 (9 to 10 am)

    A musical salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein with selections from OKLAHOMA!, CAROUSEL, ALLEGRO, SOUTH PACIFIC, THE KING AND I, ME AND JULIET, PIPE DREAM, FLOWER DRUM SONG and THE SOUND OF MUSIC.

    Selections:
    Oklahoma & The Surrey with the Fringe on Top (from OKLAHOMA!)
    If I Loved You (from CAROUSEL)
    The Gentleman is a Dope (from ALLEGRO)
    A Wonderful Guy & This Nearly Was Mine (from SOUTH PACIFIC)
    March of the Siamese Children (from THE KING AND I)
    Intermission Talk (from ME AND JULIET)
    On a Lopsided Bus (from PIPE DREAM)
    Chop Suey (from FLOWER DRUM SONG)
    The Sound of Music (from THE SOUND OF MUSIC)
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    wall 974 days ago
  • Dane Taylor and Christine Platis are now friends
    friends 979 days ago
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