Musical Theatre Productions presents:
A workshop of a new original musical
“LOVELASH” – Two words, compounded, defined as the emotional distress following the end of a romantic relationship…
LOVELASH follows the romantic misadventures of a group of friends in the early 1990s in a small-town local dive bar, “The Mack Shack”. Dan is a compassionate, but awkward man who just lost his wife and is trying to get back in the game. Trey is a lady’s man who’s boasting to the world that he’s single, despite the fact that he’s in a loving long-distance relationship. Nat is in love with her oblivious best friend but cannot muster the courage to admit it to him. Finally, Carter is infatuated with his ex-girlfriend, who wants absolutely nothing to do with him. Through catchy tunes and cheesy 90s references, this group of friends embark on a soul-sucking quest to cure their own symptoms of what can only be described as… LOVELASH!
MTP invites you to join us for a workshop presentation of LOVELASH, an original new musical that spoofs the classic 90s romantic comedies and pays homage to hilarious sitcoms like Full House and Friends. Written and directed by Terence Vince and featuring original choreography by Shannon Maguire, this hip-hopping new musical has been workshopped in Toronto and featured in the Vancouver Fringe Festival, earning several award nominations. LOVELASH runs February 22-24th, 2018, at the ARTS Project.
Performance Dates and Times:
February 22, 2018 – 8:00 p.m.
February 23, 2018 – 8:00 p.m.
February 24, 2018 – 2:00 p.m.
February 24, 2018 – 8:00 p.m.
For evening performances, the box office opens at 6:30 p.m.
For the matinee performance, the box office opens at 12:30 p.m.
Run-Time: 2 hours plus 15 minute intermission
Advance tickets also available by phoning The ARTS Project box office at 519-642-2767
Tickets also available at the door.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Producer: Mik Patton
Director/Music Director: Terence Vince
Choreographer: Shannon Maguire
Stage Manager: Keith Armour
Braven Warren – Carter
Joey Burns – Dan
Becca Zadorsky – Janet
Alicia D’Ariano – Liz
Ben Kennes – Mack
Kate Deman – Nat
Steph Molloy – Olivia
Tyler Cincurak – Spinach
Patrick Avery-Kenny – Trey
Kenz Chow – Ensemble
Priyanka Patil – Ensemble
Thaesha Buckley – Ensemble
For more information about Musical Theatre Productions, please visit www.mtplondon.ca or follow them on Facebook and Twitter at @mtplondon.