Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber takes the audience on a ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the life and music of the man behind 'The Music Of The Night'. Told through story and song, the show is brought to life by top musical theatre performers from Stratford, Toronto, the West End, and Broadway, and features an avalanche of Webber’s hit songs, including Memory, Don't Cry For Me Argentina, Love Changes Everything, Unexpected Song, Tell Me On A Sunday, The Phantom of the Opera, Sunset Boulevard, and The Music of the Night.

Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber is a true triple-threat – a unique and powerful musical documentary style show; a performance featuring first-rate talent from Stratford, Toronto, the West End, and Broadway; and an engaging educational experience that will leave audiences raving about the show long after the final curtain.

Artists performing in Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber include:

Adrian Marchuk (Conceiver, Director, Performer)

A veteran of Canadian stages, Adrian played Frankie Valli in the Toronto and Las Vegas productions of Jersey Boys. Other notable roles include Fabrizio in The Light in the Piazza, Joseph in Dreamcoat, Gilbert Blythe in Anne & Gilbert, and Lenny in the world premiere of The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. He is the creator and lead performer in a series of musical theatre documentary concert shows. Any Dream Will Do: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, A Whole New World: The Musical Magic of Alan Menken, Over The Rainbow: The Harold Arlen Story, and The Sweetest Sounds: The Richard Rodgers Legacy. 

Chris Tsujiuchi (Musical Director)

Chris’ Musical Direction credits include Onegin (Musical Stage Company/National Arts Centre), A Misfortune (Next Stage Festival), HAIR (FirstAct Productions), A Joyful Noise (co-composer/lyricist, Smile Theatre), Mickey & Judy (Toronto Fringe), and bare: the Canadian Premiere (WatersEdge Productions).  

Jonathan Cullen (Performer)

Mr. Cullen has been studying performance since he was 6 years old.

He attended the Sheridan College Music Theatre Performance program and soon after performed in theatres across North America in shows such as The Book of Mormon and Billy Elliot, all the while writing, producing and recording with the pop/soul group Silver Lining.

Kate Etienne (Performer)

Kate is a graduate of Sheridan Institute’s Musical Theatre Performance Program.  Since graduating, she has enjoyed performing at regional theatres across Canada including her beloved home province of Newfoundland.

Some of her favourite credits include Les Belles Soeurs (Segal Centre/Theatre Calgary), The Little Mermaid (Globe Theatre), Faust (Theatre by the Bay), Little Women  (Theatre New Brunswick), Little Shop of Horrors (Rose Theatre), Variations On a Nervous Breakdown (Stephenville Theatre Festival), Into the Woods (Atlantic Theatre Festival)

Kate just closed out five years of being a standby in the hit Canadian musical, “Come From Away”, where she covered four of the six female roles.

Kira Guloien (Performer)

Kira Guloien enjoys a diverse career, spanning musicals, film, television and the concert stage. Select credits include: Doctor Zhivago (Broadway), Tommy (Stratford), Hadestown (Pre-Broadway/Citadel), Ghost Quartet (Crows/Eclipse), Dr. Silver: A Celebration of Life (Musical Stage/OTM), Grey Gardens (Musical Stage), The Louder We Get (Theatre Calgary), Sousatzka (Proscenium), Hello Again (Artillery Collective), Nine (Podium Concerts), Marathon of Hope (Drayton Entertainment), Smokey Joe's Cafe (Drayton Entertainment), Damn Yankees (Drayton Entertainment), Jacob Two-Two (YPT), City of Angels (Theatre by the Bay). Her film and television credits include Women Talking (MGM/Orion/Plan B), Lullaby (Alcon), Jupiter's Legacy (Netflix), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Coroner (CBC), Glass Houses (The Movie Network), and The Listener (CTV).


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