From Canada’s largest and leading charitable musical theatre company comes a concert that takes a deep dive into the musicals currently in development at The Musical Stage Company. Delve into the hearts and minds of characters as they yearn for something more. A celebration of hopes, wishes, and wants, Putting It Together: In Concert will give everyone permission to dream big and discover new powerhouse ballads from some of our country’s brightest composers and lyricists.
About The Musical Stage Company
The Musical Stage Company is Canada’s largest and leading charitable musical theatre company. Established in 2004 as Acting Up Stage Company, they strive to make Canada a leader in musical theatre.
They are inspired by music’s unique ability and are committed to cultivating experiences – onstage and off – that transform lives, build empathy and create community through musical theatre.
They incubate new Canadian musicals from development to production, investing in Canadian musical theatre writers and building national and international partnerships. Our productions – including award-winning contemporary musicals, world premieres and concerts – are seen live by 30,000 people over the 80+ nights they are onstage annually in traditional and surprising venues. Their work has been recognized with 109 Dora Award nominations, 24 Dora Awards and 19 Toronto Theatre Critics’ Awards.
The Musical Stage Company offers musical theatre training that boosts self-confidence and self-expression for over 200 young people each year without cost to the participants. They also curate innovative musical programs in partnership with diverse organizations, maximizing the resonance of our work across disciplines and communities.
The Toronto Music Garden is a wheelchair accessible park. Summer Music In The Garden concerts include 8 reserved spots for accessible seating on a first come, first served basis. As these performances take place in a park, they are inherently relaxed performances by nature.
Dates & Times
Between Lower Spadina and Dan Leckie Way