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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Musical -
beauty and the beast poster 
"Beauty and the Beast"
Music by: Alan Menken
Lyrics by: Howard Ashman and Tim Rice
Book by:   Linda Woolverton
Auditions: January 4, 5, 6  2005
Dance Auditions:
January  5, 2005
 
Click here for Audition Information.
 
Performance Dates:
Friday       June   3, 2005  7:30pm
Saturday   June   4, 2005  7:30pm
Sunday     June   5, 2005  2:00pm 
Thursday  June   9, 2005  7:30pm
Friday       June 10, 2005 7:30pm
Saturday   June 11, 2005  7:30pm
                                  
Ticket Prices: $15 Adults   $10 Students.
                                   
Location: All performances are in the Theatre at Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts
36 Greenfield Avenue, North York, Ontario M2N 3C8 
(Yonge & Sheppard)   View Map
Call 416-222-8282 ext 2787 for further information.
 
Director/
Mirella Rossi
Musical Director
Anne Bolger
Choreographer
Bernardine Nelligan

Executive Producer
Linda Vachon

Synopsis
Step into the enchanted world of Broadway’s modern classic, Disney’s Beauty and The Beast . Based on the Academy Award winning animated feature, the stage version of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast includes all of the wonderful songs from the film, written by Alan Menken and the late Howard Ashman, (the team responsible for Little Sop of Horrors), plus new songs written especially for the Broadway version by Mr. Menken and Tim Rice (Aladdin, Aida).
 
Your will be transported to a lovely French provincial town where the beautiful Belle lives with her father – a dotty inventor. When her father doesn’t return from a trip to the local fair, Belle rushes off to find him. To her dismay, she discovers he is being held captive in an old castle by a horrible beast. She trades her freedom for his and the “tale as old as time” begins.
 
How Belle tames the unfortunate Beast and his ultimate transformation into a handsome prince continues to enthral audiences on Broadway nightly.
 
(The performance rights to Disney's Beauty and the Beast are held  by Music Theatre International.)
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