Zorba the Greek

April 4, 2013 to April 14, 2013
Palace Theatre, London, Ontario, Canada
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SHOWTIMES:

Friday, April 5 - 8pm
Saturday, April 6 - 8pm
Sunday, April 7 - 2pm
Friday, April 12 - 8pm
Saturday, April 13 - 2pm
Saturday, April 13 - 8pm
Sunday, April 14 - 2pm (limited tickets left)

Tickets: $31.50 (regular), $21 (Student 14+), $18 (Child under 13)
Call: 519-432-1029
Tickets can also be purchased at the Box Office


What's the story?

From the creators of Chicago and Fiddler On The Roof comes Musical Theatre Productions’ spring showing of Zorba! Based on the novel Zorba The Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis, and the 1964 Academy Award winning film, Zorba is an uncompromising musical salute to Greece, love and being alive! In this story, an aging nomad and a tight-laced Athenian intellectual discover what “life is”.

With rousing dance numbers, soaring melodies, and an exuberant message, Zorba is a musical experience with “olympic” offerings!


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Reviews & Articles

Zorba bears good gifts
The Beat Magazine (3 out of 4 stars)
Zorba is a musical with a great score, memorable characters, and a story with which we can all identify. It is, after all, our story.

Zorba comes to Palace
The Londoner
As far as classical musicals go, you can’t go wrong with John Kander and Fred Ebb, theatre giants who are revered for their work on essential twentieth century productions like Chicago and Cabaret.

Universal themes of Zorba the Greek unveiled in the Forest City
London Community News
Zorba the Greek, as the title would suggest, focuses its story of self-discovery through the lens of one particular culture.

On the boards: Zorba the musical with a book by Joseph Stein
London Free Press
Zorba tells the story of a friendship that evolves between Zorba, who falls in love with a woman named Madame Hortense, and Nikos, a young American who has inherited an abandoned mine on Crete and falls in love with The Widow.

Zorba brings both culture and character
The Gazette
Zorba the Greek is based on the 1946 novel written by Greek writer and philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis.  It recounts the story of Nikos, a young American man who regains his zest for life in the land of Greece with the help of an older man named Zorba.


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Where is the Palace Theatre?

710 Dundas Street East, London, Ontario

 

Cast & Crew

Cast:
Jennifer Berlett is ENSEMBLE
Katy Boychuk is ENSEMBLE
Kelsea Crowe is THE WIDOW
Keira Forde is ENSEMBLE
Victoria Fraser is ENSEMBLE
Nicholas Harrison is NIKO
Michael Heath is PAVLI, ENSEMBLE
Jeremy Heffernan is MIMIKO, ENSEMBLE
Amelia Hilton is ENSEMBLE
Jessie Hilton is ENSEMBLE
Alex Kappos is ENSEMBLE
John Krisak is MAVRODANI, ENSEMBLE
Monica Maika is ENSEMBLE
Usen Malikovski is ENSEMBLE
Mark Medeiros is MANOLAKAS, ENSEMBLE
Bronwyn Powell is THE LEADER
Alana Rapacz is MADAME HORTENSE
John Reid is ZORBA
Matthew Sendas is DANCER
Stephanie Simonetta is ENSEMBLE
Kathleen Watkins is ENSEMBLE
Halie Wood is ENSEMBLE
Matthew Stewart is ENSEMBLE

Crew:
Lia Karidas - Director/Choreographer
Shannon Charnock - Associate Producer
Deanne Kondrat - Associate Producer
Neila Lawson- Music Director
Jessica Martin - Stage Manager
Amy Pritchard - Assistant Stage Manager
Stephanie Molloy - Assistant Stage Manager
Matthew Vaile - Set and Costume Design
Tania Harvey - Wardrobe Mistress
Tom Smyth- Set Construction Coordinator
Kaitlyn Rietdyk - Props Mistress
Rob Coles - Lighting Design
Lisa DesGroseilliers - Sound Design
Katerina Karidas - Assistant Choreographer/ Dance Captain
Brian "Brock" Brockenshire - Special Effects Design
Melanie Richards - Makeup Design
Rod Heikkila - Fight Choreographer

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