1986-1987 Season

Artistic Director: Don Jordan

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Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope

(1986-1987)

October 1 – 12, 1986

Centaur Theatre

Written by Micki Grant

Conceived by Vinnette Carrol

Directed by Don Jordan

 

CAST 

 

Don Jordan

Diane Thornhill

Phillip Cole

Maxime Lafontant

Sandra Wilson

Gisele Zamor

Linda Niles

Michelle Stennett

Mac Thornhill

CREATIVE TEAM

Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Edward Smith III

Choreography: Phillip Cole & Don Jordan

Music Consultation: Warren Williams & Jockamoca Music

Lighting: Eric Mongerson

Set: Paul Martel

Sound: Alan Taylor

Photograpgy: Gary Freeman

 

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Fool for Love

(1986-1987)

December 2 – 14, 1986

Written by Sam Shepard

Directed by Stephane Zarov

 

CAST 

Sonja Biddle
Jack Langedijk
Philip Cole
Norris Dominique
May
Eddie
Martin
Old Man

Accompanied by Tristan Tondino on slide guitar

CREATIVE TEAM

Assistant Director/ Costume & Set Design: Carrie Foster

Lighting Design & Technical Director: Andrew Calamatas

Stage Manager: Joy Temple

Set Painter: Tristan Tondino

 

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God’s Trombones – A Black Gospel Musical

(1986-1987)

February 20 – March 1, 1987

Union United Church

Written by James Weldon Johnson

 

With

Walter Borden

Special Guest Soloists

Linda Niles

Mac Thornhill

Delores Thornhill

And

The Chancel Choir

Choir Director: Robert Kent

 

 

 

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Invisible Kids

(1986-1987)

School Tour 1987

 

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VISION

Our 1st annual Vision Celebration Gala honoured musician Oscar Peterson with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award.

SCANNED FROM THE TORONTO STAR LIBRARY *U42 GRAPHIC Oscar Peterson. Photo by Patti Gower/Toronto Star, 1991 Patti Gower/star file photo Canadian jazz great Oscar Peterson is one of many absent from a Black History Month display in Scarborough. Only American entertainers and artists are featured. (20040209, page A17); PATTI GOWER TORONTO STAR FILE PHOTO Oscar Peterson's musical legacy was celebrated at a Carnegie Hall tribute concert in June, featuring an all-star lineup of jazz musicians. (20071226, page A21)