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When life hands you lemons, you innovate! I’m proud to have led the Fanshawe College Centre for Research & Innovation team in moving our annual student research showcase, Research & Innovation Day, to a fully-virtual model this year after COVID-19 forced the cancellation of our in-person event. >> View the virtual display of the students’ incredible award-winning research work
The London Free Press carried a beautiful article about the JOSEPH cast’s virtual reunion to sing “Any Dream Will Do” COVID-19: London musical theatre company hopes Andrew Lloyd Webber listening
A special gift to the world in this time of isolation, and in commemoration of what would have been Musical Theatre Productions’ opening night of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT on March 27 – which was incidentally also World Theatre Day. We got as many of our #MTPJoseph team members together as we could for a virtual reunion to take up the “Any Dream Will Do” challenge that Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber created during
My wonderful little cousins Cara and Isabella participated in Musical Theatre Productions’ JOSEPH colouring contest. Thank you Katherine Kriwez for sharing them with me… the girls did such a beautiful job! #MTPJoseph #AnyDreamWillDo
Tonight would have been JOSEPH’s original opening night. I want to share a beautiful sentiment that our inspiring Director, Andrew Dodd, shared with our team just now:“I know that whatever I’m doing at 7:30 tonight, I’ll pause and imagine you [our cast] performing “Any Dream Will Do,” and I might even sing along. Luckily, as I go through the show and get to “Go, Go, Go Joseph,” I’ll be reminded that it’s not time to

Any Dream Will Do

Posted on March 26, 2020

Andrew Lloyd Webber has been encouraging people around the world to share their recordings of the uplifting song from JOSEPH “Any Dream Will Do” This is exactly what we need. Here’s Donny Osmond
Today’s journal reflection: What a very very poignant time of human history we are living through. Canoeing again after this will be a very reflective experience when we gather around the fire again. I look forward to cottaging and camping and travelling again soon – although I do hope that when we get the chance to do that again, that it’s in a world that’s a bit different. As I think about sitting beside my

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