Billy Elliot
Mary and Max
The Secret Garden
Allegiance (Broadway)
Velvet
Allegiance (Broadway)
Two Class Acts - Ajax & Squash
Poster Boy
Carrie
Phenomenal Women
Altar Boyz
Bare
Allegiance (Broadway)
Ragtime (West End)
Jacques Brel is Alive & Well & Living in Paris
Got All I Need (This Christmas)
The Tin Pan Alley Rag
Ragetime (Lincoln Center)
Spring Awakening
Saturday Night
Candide
Marry Me a Little
Guys & Dolls
Abyssinia
Bowfire
Children's Letters to God
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"....there’s....an uplifting human message to 'Mary and Max,' which endears you to it, and in the second act, the story shifts focus to Mary’s journey and becomes something else altogether: an old-fashioned coming-of-age musical after all, and not an unlikeable one at that."
October 20, 2018, by Stephen Hunt


"Though I left the theatre in tears, I was moved by the talent and generosity of the actors on the stage and the story they were telling. When you support new works, I encourage you to support new works that have something important to say and I think 'Mary and Max' is just that sort of show. It must be fate.

"Bobby Cronin has created a fantastic score, using the movie's instrumental theme along with brand new creations to highlight the entire cast through an eclectic but connected assortment of styles..."
October 24, 2018, by Vicki Trask


"Theatre Calgary's world premiere of Mary And Max ó A New Musical with music and lyrics by Bobby Cronin and book by Crystal Skillman is a love letter to marginalized people everywhere regardless of age, sex or culture.

"Bretta Gerecke's simple but effective multi-level set, Kimberly Purtell's lighting and Sean Nieuwenhuis' projections allow the action of the play to travel all over the real world and into a few imaginary ones as well."
October 25, 2018, by Louis B. Hobson

 

Credits
Book: Crystal Skillman
Music, Lyrics and Vocal Arrangements: Bobby Cronin
Based on a film by: Adam Elliot
Music Supervisor/Orchestration: Anna Ebbesen
Musical Director/Dance Arranger/Additional Orchestrations: Joshua Zecher-Ross
Set and Costumes: Bretta Gerecke
Lighting: Kimberly Purtell
Projections: Sean Nieuwenhuis
Sound: Peter McBoyle
Produced by: Theatre Calgary
Theatre: Max Bell, Theatre Calgary

 





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