A London-based consulting detective with fantastic reasoning abilities and great skill in disguise and forensic science.
David Arquette is a fourth generation actor from one of the most prestigious acting families in Hollywood. He is thrilled to be taking the stage again and honoured to be playing the beloved character, Sherlock Holmes. He was first seen on stage as Frank-N-Furter in the Tiffany Theater production of The Rocky Horror Show in 1999. He returned to the stage in Joanna Murray-Smith’s, The Female of the Species, opposite Annette Bening in 2010.
In 1997, he was first discovered at Sundance for his role in “JOHNS.” Since that time, he has acted in several dozen feature films, including the “Scream” franchise, , “Hamlet 2,” “The Grey Zone,” “Wild Bill”, “Stealing Sinatra”, “Never Been Kissed,” “Ravenous,” “Dream With The Fishes”, “Never Die Alone” and “The Darwin Awards,” to name a few. Arquette has completed production on the independent feature, “Orion,” portraying a hunter who is fighting his way through a futuristic wasteland, and the indie action film, “Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins.” He will next be seen in the western thriller, “Bone Tomahawk,” alongside Kurt Russell, and the visually stunning art film, “The Key,” directed by Jeffery Levy. He can currently be seen lending his voice to the Disney Television interactive series, “Jake and the Never Land Pirates” as Scully, the lookout pirate parrot. Arquette was most recently seen in the independent features, “The Field of Lost Shoes” and “Sold,” alongside Gillian Anderson, about a girl who risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India. He is also an accomplished Director (“The Tripper,” “The Butler’s In Love”) and a producer of the syndicated game,” Celebrity Name Game,” airing daily, under his Coquette banner. David would like to thank his beautiful wife Christina and his wonderful children Charlie and Coco for their endless love and support.
A veteran doctor with steady hands for surgery and firing weapons. Also Sherlock Holmes’ friend and flatmate.
James is best known as the star of the top-rated Nickelodeon program,“Big Time Rush,” and worldwide best-selling music group of the same name. He will next be seen as protagonist ‘Wyatt’ in the Benny Boom-directed feature film, “Wild for the Night,” set for an early 2016 release. Maslow’s recent credits include his starring role as ‘Kevin Mohr’ on the SONY Crackle original series, “Sequestered,” alongside Jesse Bradford and Patrick Warburton, and in the lead role as ‘Bart Dollangager-Winslow’ in “Seeds of Yesterday,” the final installment in the hugely successful V.C. Andrews “Flowers In The Attic” series. A true Triple Threat, Maslow was the last man standing and a finalist on Season 18 of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Aside from his busy TV/film career, Maslow is currently in the studio developing and recording music for his debut solo EP, set for early 2016. Maslow began his professional acting career on the popular Nickelodeon series “iCarly” and completed the fourth season of “Big Time Rush” in 2013, the third longest running live-action series in Nickelodeon history. As part of one of the most popular music groups internationally, Maslow has won countless Kids’ Choice Awards and headlined sold-out tours across the globe, most recently the Big Time Rush Live 2014 World Tour, performing at some of the largest venues across North & South America. Born in New York and raised in San Diego, Maslow began performing at an early age, training at the prestigious La Jolla Playhouse and San Diego School of Performing Arts (SCPA).
The well-to-do American wife of Lord Neville St. John.
Born in Houston Texas, Renee Olstead has amassed over nine seasons of television appearances as a regular on the hit CBS sitcom, “Still Standing” and ABC Family’s, “The Secret Life of The American Teenager.” Her latest starring role in the 2015 Universal Pictures/Blumhouse feature, “Unfriended,” took the box office by storm and garnered her much attention both domestically and internationally. Her acting prowess, however, is matched only by her vocal talent. At the age of twelve, Renee signed to Warner Brothers Records and completed two albums produced by 16-time Grammy winning producer David Foster. Renee has appeared and performed her music on “The Today Show,” “The Late Show with David Letterman” and “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” She's performed at the “Live 8” concert in Berlin along with other performers such as Paul McCartney, Madonna and Sting and completed extensive international touring. Renee's debut album received a Grammy nomination for Best Arrangement “Summertime” and a Golden Globe nod for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture “Christmas in Love”. Renee has also received many honors for her philanthropic efforts, such as the Big Brothers Big Sisters “Rising Star Award”, PETA2's “Sexiest Celeb Vegetarian”, and PETA's Libby Award. Renee actively works with several charities, focusing on bringing an end to animal cruelty, mentorship to at-risk kids, and eating disorder awareness. Renee's additional feature film work includes “13 Going on 30,” appearing opposite Jennifer Garner, as well as “The Insider” and “End of Days.” Further, Renee recently finished shooting a lead role in the upcoming feature film, “Tell Tale Lies” and a starring role in a pilot for ABC Family called “Work Mom.” Her talent is complimented by her poise, maturity, sense of humor, charity work, and extraordinary professionalism. Renee currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, musician Tommy King and their two amazing rescue dogs.
A criminal mastermind who aims to take over the world, one nefarious, multi-national plot at a time.
Kyle is an actor and writer living in Toronto. He most recently wrote and starred in the hit CBC web series, “The Plateaus,” which you can watch for free at cbc.ca/theplateaus. He is a member of SideMart Theatrical Grocery, with whom he has co-created and performed in a number of award-winning theatre shows, like Whiteman’s Whiskey Comedy Revue (Just For Laughs), One Of Everything For The Boys (Zoofest), and Trying For The Kingdom (Summerworks). Film credits include: “White House Down,” “I'm Not There,” “Source Code,” “On The Road,” “The Wild Hunt,” “Deadfall”, “TS Spivet,” and a starring role in the Jutra award winning short, “Trotteur,” for which he received a nomination for the Moet star award. Television credits include: “The Expanse,” “Being Human,” “Prank Patrol,” “Les Beaux Malaises” and “19-2.”
An inspector at Scotland Yard, one of the few champions of the consulting detective in the entire force.
Patrick is a Canadian theatre artist who lives in Los Angeles. He has performed in over 50 productions in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Dublin. He has won the Montreal Theatre Award for Best Actor twice and was nominated for a Jessie in Vancouver. His film and tv credits include: On The Road, White House Down, Blue Mountain State and Law & Order: SVU. He has written two plays, Trying for the Kingdom and The Ballad of the Young Offender. This winter he will release a post-internet folk record, entitled 'New Balance' , featuring the video 'Hey Kid There’s No Answer.' He is a graduate of Queen’s University, and Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York. He is thrilled to be back on the road with his old crew from SideMart Theatrical Grocery.
A highly educated Englishman and employee of Professor James Moriarty. A better shot than even Dr. Watson.
Graham is a founding member of the critically acclaimed SideMart Theatrical grocery. Mr. Cuthbertson wrote and performed in the song-play, The Haunted Hillbilly, produced by SideMart for The Summerworks theatre festival and The Centaur Theatre. Selected theatre credits include: The Madonna Painter, August: An Afternoon in the Country, Trad, Geometry in Venice, I Am The Wind, The Glass Menagerie and Glengarry Glen Ross. He toured New York, Philadelphia and Dublin as Pat Garrett in SaBooge Theatre’s adaptation of Michael Ondaatje’s Collected Works of Billy the Kid, Everyday Above Ground. Graham also created and performed in the musical comedy, In The Mood for Jazz, for Just For Laughs and the Montreal Jazz Festival. He won the Montreal English Theatre Award for Best Actor in 2013 (August: An Afternoon in the Country) and was Nominated in 2014 for Best Supporting Actor (Glengarry Glen Ross).
A dirty cop and henchman of Professor Moriarty.
Matt is an actor, artist and stand-up comic who began his career on the stage at 21 when he was cast in Toronto’s mega-musical, Lord of the Rings, understudying the role of Frodo. Since then, Matthew has appeared in Repercussion Theatre’s Taming of the Shrew, and alongside Jay Baruchel in the original stage adaptation of Sherlock Holmes at Montreal’s Segal Centre. Matthew has also appeared in several films and television shows, including “On the Road”, “A Different Loyalty” and “Mambo Italiano”. Currently, he can be seen in CBC’s hit web-series, “The Plateaus.”
A widow and Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson’s landlady.
Barbara Gordon began her career on stage in Vancouver over 40 years ago and has played on most of the stages across Canada. Her work has included the classics (Shaw’s “You Never Can Tell” at the Shaw Festival, Lady Capulet in “Romeo and Juliet”, Blanche in “Streetcar Named Desire” at the Vancouver Playhouse) and new works (“Calendar Girls” at the Royal Alexandra Theatre, “Tout Comme Elle” at Canstage, multi-country tour of “Half Life” with Necessary Angel Theatre), and many premieres of new Canadian works. Her film work has included participants in the Toronto International Film Festival, ”Empire of Dirt” and “Still Mine”, the indie “Unlucky”, and old favourites “Men with Brooms”, “Skinwalkers”, “Hypercube” and “Dead Ringers”. Continuing roles on Canadian television series has ranged from CBC's
“The Best Laid Plans” to “Road to Avonlea”, “Traders”, “This is Wonderland” and “Little Mosque on the Prairie”, to guest spots on “Life With Derek”, “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil”, and many TV movies. Additional credits: proud grandmother of baby Fox
The butler of Lord and Lady Neville St. John’s country estate.
Karl is a Montreal native and graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. He spent the summer reprising his role as Oleg Yakovlena, one of the cocky Russian defensemen in the film, “Goon 2: The Last of the Enforcers” (Baruchel). Earlier this year he performed onstage at Centaur Theatre, Montreal in the World Premiere of Triplex Nervosa. Karl was the original Watson in the Segal Center’s 2013 hit production of Sherlock Holmes, alongside Jay Baruchel as Sherlock. Recent film and TV credits include: “The Walk” (Zemeckis), “Race” (S. Hopkins) and “The Lottery” (T. Hunter). Recently he provided the voice for the role of Koller in the upcoming video game, ”Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.” Karl is the coach and mentor of several of Montreal’s up-and-coming young actors, and the proud father of his lovely son, Samuel.
A Chinese-born, German educated proprietor of the Black Orchid Opium House in London
Selected regional theatre credits include Seminar (Mum Theatre Company / Brewery Artist Lofts) Jeremy Lin, The Musical (Phoenix Theatre SF and UCB LA) The Maids (Center Stage, NY) Jobs Passion (Theatre for the New City). Film/TV: “Dexter,” “Street Fighter: The Later Years.” Ana can also be seen in a commercial, or two...or three...or like, ten. As a writer and comedian, Ana has been a Main Stage regular and performer on stages including The Comedy Store Los Angeles and Gotham Comedy New York. Thanks and much love to her parents, friends and family, Authentic and BBR. Couldn’t do it without your continuous support! Graduate of Circle In The Squares Musical Theater program and proud Equity member.
A clean cop, who is a little too trusting.
Trent most recently filmed the sequel to GOON, GOON: Last of the Enforcers (No Trace Camping). He was a company member of The Stratford Shakespeare Festival, with selected credits that include: Sebastian in Twelfth Night, Fenton in Merry Wives Of Windsor and Acaste in The Misanthrope. Other stage credits include: Spider in A Women is a Secret (Ripjaw Pro.) Display Assistant in Bliss (Candles are for Burning/BIBT), Jim in Scientific Americans (Segal Centre), Selected Film and Television credits include: “Lost Girl” (Showcase), “Willed to Kill” (Incendo), “Stephen King’s Dead Zone“ (USA). Voice work includes:” Prince of Persia” (Ubisoft) and “Station X” (Teletoon). Pardy is a graduate of both the Birmingham School of Classical Training and The National Theatre School of Canada. He lives in Toronto with his fiancée Stefanie
Amy was classically trained at The National Theatre School of Canada and The Stratford Festival of Canada's Conservatory. She has since worked in film and TV and with Canada's leading directors and playwrights. She's been nominated for several Dora Mavor Moore Awards, one Calgary Critter and was named one of Toronto's top theatre artists by Now Magazine. Amy has performed internationally; at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival, Rwanda Arts Azimut Festival and at New York's PS122 theatre. Recent acting credits include: Infinity (Tarragon Theatre) As You Like it/Titus Andronicus (Canadian Stage) and in Michael Ondaatje's theatrical adaptation, Divisadero. Amy played the recurring lead of Marla in Greg Spottiswood's dramatic series Remedy.
Andrew is an award-winning Canadian performer, producer and stage director. He has spent five seasons as a member of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and is a graduate of the Festival’s Michael Langham Conservatory for Classical Direction. Andrew was Artistic Co-Director of the Brooklyn-based international creation ensemble, SaBooge Theatre (2000-2007). Deemed “one of North America’s most interesting theatre collectives” by the Irish Times, SaBooge’s highly physical work toured the U.S, Canada and Ireland. He is currently the Artistic Director of the Montreal/Toronto-based, SideMart Theatrical Grocery (2007-Present) and recently co-produced and directed the world premiere in Toronto of Tony, Oscar, and Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley’s, A Woman Is a Secret. Bilingual, Shaver recently became the first Anglophone to direct the French language mega-musical, Grease, for Juste Pour Rire (Just For Laughs) in Montreal which smashed all previous festival box office records, en route to selling 60,000 tickets in 35 shows during the summer of 2015. Grease is slated to tour in 2016. Shaver had the pleasure of assisting Robert Falls on the Goodman Theatre’s production of The Iceman Cometh, starring Brian Dennehy and Nathan Lane, which played both the Goodman and BAM Harvey. He has collaborated with Mr. Dennehy on a handful of other projects, including Waiting for Godot and The Homecoming at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Krapps’ Last Tape at Long Wharf in Connecticut. Earlier this year, Andrew had the honour of recording Mordecai Richler’s first novel for Audible, and the pleasure of shooting opposite Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner in Denis Villeneuve’s latest feature film, “Story of Your Life.” He studied at Queen’s University (1995-1999) and trained at Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris (1999-01). Bottoms up to Paul Flicker, the original architect.
James is a Montreal based production designer who holds a Masters degree From Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London, UK) in Scenography: performance design and practice. He has designed over sixty productions of theatre, dance and circus in Canada and abroad and is a six time recipient of the Montreal English Theatre awards for best set and costume design. His practice involves creative direction of multiple visual aspects of a performance (combining set, costume, props, video and puppetry) to create a total visual environment. His recent projects include Costume design for JOYA, Cirque du Soleil’s new show in Riviera Maya Mexico. He has also designed sets and costumes for: Cirque du Soleil’s Les Chemins Invisible in Quebec City, Circo Jumbo’s Sueños in Chile, Just For Laugh’s new French Language production of Grease, (also directed by Andrew Shaver), PIG and Bliss at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in Toronto, and Innocence Lost at the National Art’s Centre of Canada. James is also a coach for the final year design students at the National Theatre School of Canada, and has been a regular guest lecturer at Concordia and McGill Universities. As the production designer for the original production of Sherlock Holmes, James is thrilled to be re-visiting this show and dedicates it to Greg Kramer’s memory.
Itai has designed over 200 shows, for such companies as: The Stratford Festival, Soulpepper, Vancouver Opera, Arts Club, Vancouver Playhouse, Bard on the Beach, Citadel, Factory, MTC, Tarragon, Electric Company and Teatro Villa Velha in Salvador, Brazil. He received the Jack King Award in 2005, a Dora Mavor Moore Award in 2007, the Dublin Fringe Design Award in 2008, Jessie Richardson Awards in 2003, 2009 & 2011, The Critics' Choice Spotlight Award in 2012 and a Guthrie Award in 2013. Itai’s one-man show, How to Disappear Completely (The Chop, directed by James Long), won the best director award at the 2013 Summerworks Festival and toured to 18 cities. Itai is the artistic director of The Elbow Theatre in Vancouver.
Jesse is a sound designer, engineer and musician based in Montreal. He has been working with sound since his early teens and making music even longer. He's designed sound for theatre, film, attractions and installations across Canada and abroad with a myriad of companies and organizations. Standouts include music and sounds for SideMart Theatrical Grocery's production of Scientific Americans in Montreal (Segal Centre); design for The God That Comes, starring Hawksley Workman (2b Theatre); Daniel MacIvor's The Best Brothers (world premiere, Stratford Festival of Canada); Robert Wilson's Mind Gap exhibition (Norsk Teknisk Museum); Krapp's Last Tape (Change, International); and the public audio installations Aural Histories; Monument, and Coup de Feu. Jesse is an instructor and Coach at the National Theatre School of Canada and enjoys making noise with rock group, Reversing Falls.
George is a Montreal based new media producer/director, specializing in projection design for live performance/events and short format videos for television and web. George has collaborated with Andrew Shaver on many shows including Scientific Americans, The Graduate, Sherlock Holmes and most recently, Juste Pour Rire’s production of Grease in Montreal. He regularly designs video for numerous Canadian theatre companies including Segal Centre, Centaur, The National Arts Centre, Geordie Productions, Infinithéâtre and Crow’s Theatre. He was recently nominated for a META award for best video design for the Tashme Project (Mtl). George is currently designing video for the Canadian premiere of Tribes by Nina Raine and for numerous corporate clients including Eclipse Productions and the SPCA. He also coaches video design at The National Theatre School.
Patrick Andrew Boivin
Patrick is a projection designer, multimedia artist and electronic musician based in Montreal. His video work has been exhibited in Paris, Athens, Chicago & Montreal. Patrick has worked closely with Andrew Shaver for the past four years, designing projections for Scientific Americans, The Graduate and the original production of Sherlock Holmes, starring Jay Baruchel. His most recent credit was the video design for Grease, produced by Juste Pour Rire, which is slated to tour in 2016. He’s worked with numerous Canadian companies including The National Arts Centre of Canada, The Centaur Theatre, The Segal Centre, Infinite Theatre and Ghost River Productions. Patrick is currently designing the projections for the Canadian premiere of Tribes by Nina Raine and is a recent META nominee for outstanding contribution to Montreal theatre.
Eric has been stage managing for over thirty years. Highlights: War Horse North American Tour, Billy Elliot Toronto, Jersey Boys North American Tour, Wicked Los Angeles, The Phantom of the Opera Toronto, Saturday Night Fever Broadway, Bette Midler’s Experience the Divine Tour and her HBO special, Diva Las Vegas.
Off-Broadway: Ethel Sings – The Unsung Song of Ethel Rosenberg (Undercover Productions); Tail! Spin! and Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allen Poe (DRTM). Int'l: Central Avenue Breakdown (DIMF 2012, Daegu, South Korea); New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Int'l Tour 2013. NY: The Hills Are Alive! (Melodion Theatre); The Mikado (NYGASP at City Center); Wink, Animals Commit Suicide, P.S. Jones and the Frozen City (terraNOVA Collective); Broadway Bares XXIII-XV, Broadway Backwards (BC/EFA); Hostos Center for Arts & Culture. Love and thanks to the Faces at home. For Beth. Proud member AEA, SMA.
Annie St. Pierre
Annie is a choreographer and artistic director. She is formally trained in classical ballet and has worked extensively as a dancer in a variety of musical and other shows. She has worked for many years with Cirque du Soleil as an artistic coach and choreographer, and also works as a freelance artist. Notably, she was the choreographer for the Summer 2015 production of Grease in Montréal. She is currently working around the world with many companies on a variety of productions including musicals, theatre plays, films, television productions and the Cirque du Soleil show. Annie is truly passionate about collaborating with all kinds of artist and performers – actors, acrobats, singers, dancers and more – and believes strongly that dance, movement and music are all short cuts for happiness.
Sean is an entertainment industry professional with nearly twenty five years of experience. Having toured in over 100 countries, Sean has honed his craft with such artists John Legend, The Black Eyed Peas, The Boredoms, Death From Above 1979, Metric, and singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith. His extensive resume includes 16 years managing the NXNE Music Festival, as well as gigs with boadrum77, the Casby Awards, the MMVAs, boardrum88, TED Talks and numerous corporate and live events for television. Working in partnership with Starvox Entertainment for the past four years, Sean project managed the Jubilee! revamp in Las Vegas, served as the Production Coordinator for the Hope Rising benefit concert for the Stephen Lewis Foundation as well as for Cannibal-The Musical and the touring productions of Potted Potter and Evil Dead -The Musical.
Brian is a graduate from The National Theatre School of Canada, The Banff Centre for the Arts and Sheridan College and is the co-founder of the creation-based Mindless Theatrics in his home town of St. John's, Newfoundland. Selected credits include Sound Design: A Woman is Secret (RipJaw/Storefront, SideMart Theatrical Grocery) Chapel Arm (Mindless Theatrics), Ballad of the Young Offender (SideMart Theatrical Grocery), No Man's Land and West Moon (Rising Tide theatre), You Can Do Whatever You Want and Our Country’s Good (The National Theatre School). Associate Sound Design: The Other Place (Canadian Stage), The Colony of Unrequited Dreams (Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland) and The Haunted Hillbilly (Centaur Theatre/SideMart Theatrical Grocery).
George has also worked as assistant/associate lighting designer on major productions with the Stratford Festival of Canada and Mirvish Productions. For the Stratford Festival: Hamlet The Sound of Music, King John, Mother Courage and Her Children and Antony and Cleopatra. For Mirvish Productions: The Heart of Robin Hood and Kinky Boots. Selected Lighting Design credits include: Jesus Christ Superstar (Hart House Theatre); This Is It(The Blood Projects); The Lover (Three Peasants Theatre); Girl Who Loved Her Horses and White Buffalo Calf Woman (Centre for Indigenous Theatre); Fragments (No Parachute Theatre); The Dumb Waiter (Two Wolves); Vacant (Triangle Pi); The Russian Play (Spiel Players). Training: Production design at York University & Animation.
Founded in 2005 by Corey Ross, Starvox Entertainment was ranked on Profit Magazine’s list of Canada’s top growth companies in 2013, 2014 and 2015; the only live entertainment company ever to be graded. In 2013, Mr. Ross was a producer on the Canadian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats and in 2014 remounted Evil Dead – The Musical to record-breaking sales in Canada and the United States. Starvox has toured the west-end hit show, Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience, since 2012 which continues to break records in Canada and the U.S. For Toronto, Starvox recently produced Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical, Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience, and for the holiday season, will present Dee Snider’s Rock n Roll Christmas Tale at the historic Winter Garden Theatre. Starvox has presented three productions written and directed by Woody Harrelson, presented John Malkovich in Giacomo Variations, and produced nationally broadcast concerts for the Stephen Lewis Foundation featuring Alicia Keys and Annie Lennox. Starvox recently produced a multi-million dollar reboot of the classic Las Vegas revue show Jubilee for Caesars Casino, with pop mega-star Beyonce’s creative team.
June Entertainment / John Ryan, Jr., R. Scott Reid and Todd J. Berendes
June Entertainment is one of the industry's most dynamic film, new media, television and music video production companies. June's extensive and experienced team internally develops, finances and produces innovative projects as well as provides entertainment promotion/distribution and talent management services.
Kevin began his career as a member of Toronto’s Eclectic Theatre Productions, whose projects have been nominated for more than forty major awards. As an actor, he has appeared in roles in over 100 stage, film and TV productions, including Assassins and Lies and Legends at Canstage, Dracula for the Neptune Theatre, as well as And the World Goes ‘Round with Livent. Kevin is a Past President of Equity Showcase Theatre and a Past VP of the highly acclaimed Harold Green Theatre. Since 2002, Kevin has executive produced and directed a series of concerts which have raised nearly $4 million for great causes including Sick Kids Hospital, Children’s Wish Foundation, Kids Help Phone and A.L.S. Canada, and included the national tour of Elizabeth’s Concert of Hope. Special thanks to Corey Ross, the Sandlers and the Segal Centre, his great friends and allies at The Talent House and DPMI on the Beach.
The Segal Centre For Performing Arts
The Segal Centre For Performing Arts is a not-for-profit theatre company dedicated to nurturing, producing and presenting world-class English-language theatre, and to showcasing the best professional artists from Montreal and beyond. Founded in 1967, the Segal Centre has expanded to become a nationally recognized venue for the performing arts with a focus on creation, innovation, diversity and cross-cultural collaborations. Driven by a belief in the power of the arts to strengthen and connect communities, the Segal’s programming emphasizes original interpretations of popular classic and contemporary works, new Canadian musicals and engaging productions with universal appeal. “Your Home for the Performing Arts”