By Andrew Gans
21 Jun 2014
Directed by Gary Griffin, the Toronto production features Dan Chameroy as charming and commitment-phobic bachelor Robert, Tony winner Brent Carver as Harry, Christine Donato as Kathy, David Keeley as Peter, Jeff Lillico as Paul, Joe Matheson as Larry, Marisa McIntyre as April, Nora McLellan as Sarah, Tony nominee Louise Pitre as Joanne, Eliza-Jane Scott as Susan, Carly Street as Amy, Steven Sutcliffe as David, Nia Vardalos as Jenny and Sarah Slean as Marta.
Company, according to press notes, centers on "Robert, a single man unable to commit to a steady relationship, the married couples who are his best friends, and his three on-again off-again girlfriends. Set in upper-middle-class Manhattan and told through a series of vignettes in no particular chronological order, each character and scene is linked by the celebration of Bobby's 35th birthday."
Song titles include "Another Hundred People," "The Ladies Who Lunch" and "Being Alive."
The creative team also includes music director Scott Christian, choreographer Marc Kimelman, lighting designer Stephen Ross, set and costume designers Ken MacDonald and Michelle Tracey and stage manager Chris Porter.
Ticket prices range from $30-$89 and are available online at canadianstage.com, by phone at (416) 368-3110 or in person at the Canadian Stage Box Offices.