Friday November 13 & Saturday November 14
Doors open: 7:00pm
LOCATION - Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas Street East, (519) 672-7950
Cash Bar and Silent Auction, Dress Code: Cocktail Attire
Cafe-table seating on the orchestra level and balcony seating available. All seating is general admission.
NIGHT OF NOIR takes you deep into the glamorous and mysterious world of a 1930s nightclub. Follow the journey of one suave private detective while investigating a showbiz murder. As the case unfolds. the past and the present collide with old flames, new passion and intrigue around every corner. Join us for powerful and thrilling performances from some of the finest singers and dancers in London, and featuring music from Broadway’s biggest hits including City of Angels, Chicago, Catch Me If You Can, Cabaret, Follies, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Guys and Dolls, The Wild Party, Dick Tracy and more . . .
Following last-year’s sold out presentation of DARE TO DREAM, join us once again as we launch MTP’s 2015-2016 season with this two-night only benefit. Dress up in your finest cocktail attire, meet for drinks before the show and bid on one of the exciting prizes in our silent auction. Arrive early to claim your table. All proceeds will be put toward the coming season and the continuation of our mission to nourish local talent and inspire a passion for musical theatre.
Producers: Nicole Newell and Joe Recchia
Director: Jeremy Hewitson
Music Director: Andrew Rethazi
Executive Choreographer: Mel Stewart
Assistant Choreographers: Henry Firmston, McKenna Langdon, Lia Karidas, Emma Ratcliffe
Stage Manager: Kristen Scott
INDIVIDUAL CAST and ARTISTIC TEAM POSTERS (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
IN THE NEWS
The Londoner - "1930s-inspired benefit concert kicks off MTP’s 27th season"
Scene Magazine - "Night of Noir: Glamour & intrigue to open MTP’s 27th season" (page 26) London Free Press - "Cabaret gives many singers choice roles"
London Community News - "Night of Noir to kick off local musical theatre season"
Rogers Daytime, Monday November 9 - Video with Jeremy Hewitson, Alexandra Kane and Lia Karidas