Theatre 3×60 and Cadenza Production together for Songs from the Shower this July

Songs from the Shower showcases some of the best in recent musical theatre at Town Hall 1873!

This summer Theatre 3×60 and Cadenza Productions are bringing another dynamic musical cabaret to the stage as the first production of this year’s Port Perry Summer Theatre season. Following in the footsteps of previous Cadenza Productions cabarets, this year’s offering, Songs from the Shower, features a varied repertoire of contemporary musical theatre numbers, from solo to ensemble, poignant to hilarious. Six stellar performers share their vocal guilty pleasures in a musical cabaret of contemporary show tunes that reflect the challenges of 21st century life and its day to day, and big picture, moments of introspection, action, decision and indecision.

Onstage, to deliver their songs with humour and passion, are local and Durham favorites Todd Appleton, Lyle Corrigan, Donna Lajeunesse and Catherine Marzola, joined by Trish Harris and Andrew Smith from Toronto.

Cadenza Productions founder, Carol Salamone, and Theatre 3×60 artistic director, Carey Nicholson have collaborated with the cast in song selection and staging to bring some of recent musical theatre’s best gems to the Town Hall stage in a unique and entertaining song cycle. Please note that there is mature language, content and situations in Songs from the Shower.

Songs from the Shower runs July 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15 (8 pm) and July 16 (2 pm), at Town Hall 1873, 302 Queen St., Port Perry. Ticket information and sales at, or 905 985-8181. Full production details and cast information can be found at

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