May 27th Reading of The Giant’s Garden cancelled (but we hope to reschedule)



Fenton & White just found out that due to a staff emergency at the Playwrights Guild of Canada, our reading as part of Doors Open at 401 Richmond is cancelled for this weekend.  We are hoping to reschedule for another date, and we will keep you posted.


We do know that on July 11th, we will be at the Central Library in Burlington from 10-12 and the Tansley Library from 1-3 PM, so if you are in that area, you can come check us out then.  We will update with specifics of those readings later in June.  To get you excited, we’ve updated the countdown for that reading at The Giant’s Garden website.


And just because you can’t see us read this weekend, doesn’t mean you should stay at home.  There are a TON of amazing other things to do in this city and we’d like to give our heartfelt endorsement to a few great shows going on around town.




Many years ago I did some piano work for a show called Real Women Don’t Whine with Deb Jarvis and Deb Kimmett.  Both of these gals were extraordinary in their ability to shoot from the hip and make people laugh.  I am REALLY excited to see Deb Kimmett’s latest solo show The Year Of The Suddenly.  I suspect it will make me laugh, but I also suspect it will be filled with truth that will make me wipe away a tear.  Fenton and White will be there Saturday night.  Come join us for a wonderful evening of comedy, or go on your own on Sunday.  For tickets click here .




New Canadian musicals are making big waves in Canada and the U.S., and there’s a show in town right now that promises to move you with its fantastic score and sweeping themes.  Onegin is a contemporary adaptation of Pushkin’s famous poem and Tchaicovsky’s opera based on that poem.  But this is a rocking good time for a 21st century audience.  Fenton & White plan on seeing the show June 1st.  Grab your tickets now, as seats are going fast for the remainder of the run.  To purchase click here.




And finally … Doors Open Toronto is FREE and just because Fenton & White won’t be reading this weekend doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of an amazing opportunity to explore Toronto landmarks that are often not open to the public.  For a list of buildings and events click here.


Whatever your weekend holds, we hope that you get out and explore the amazing opportunities.  And if you are outside of Toronto … look up events in your own town, and get out and play.


Warmest Regards,

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Fenton & White


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