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Catalyst Theatre presents Songs for Sinners & Saints
February 19, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - February 20, 2016 @ 10:00 pm$35
Edmonton’s Catalyst Theatre presents Songs for Sinners & Saints, a concert of musical highlights and hits from its original repertoire of award-winning, globe-trotting productions created between 1999 and 2015.
Favourite songs from Catalyst’s past 20 years of original creations will be featured including numbers from Songs for Sinners, Frankenstein, Hunchback, The Soul Collector, Nevermore, The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe and Vigilante.
Songs for Sinners & Saints is conceived and directed by Jonathan Christenson, Artistic Director/Composer for Catalyst Theatre, with sound design by Wade Staples, lighting design by Kevin Humphrey, and additional vocal coaching by David Wilson.
Along with the participation of a youth chorus from Victoria High School for the Arts, the cast of this in-concert event includes some of Edmonton’s hottest singers:
Edmonton-born Vance Avery, who has played the Broadway lead in both Phantom of the Opera and Cabaret; Edmonton-based performer and choreographer Christine Bandelow who has had a cross-Canada career as a musical theatre artist; renowned Canadian performer Susan Gilmour, who has had a successful international career with lead roles in Les Misérables, Cats, Evita and more; Julie Golosky, local actor, singer, songwriter, and teacher who has been performing on a variety of Edmonton stages for over 25 years; Roman Pfob, Edmonton musical theatre artist best known to audiences for his star turn as Roy Orbison in Dark Star – The Life and Times of Roy Orbison at the Mayfield Dinner Theatre; Edmonton-trained actor and singer Elena Porter whose select credits include Fiddler on the Roof (Stage West), The Sound of Music, The Wizard of Oz, and Cabaret (Citadel Theatre); actor, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Scott Shpeley who created the role of Edgar in Catalyst’s Nevermore, The Imaginary Life of Edgar Allan Poe which transferred to Off Broadway in 2015; and Luc Tellier, one of Edmonton’s most exciting up and coming young musical theatre artists.