Broadway at the Blue Elephant
by 7 Ages Productions
7 Ages Productions - Winnipeg, MB
V.3 - Théâtre Cercle Molière 
The legendary Blue Elephant Cabaret presents a concert of Broadway hits from some of the most memorable musicals. Some Enchanted Evening, I Dreamed a Dream, The Impossible Dream, Send in the Clowns, and many more Broadway hits sung by four outstanding vocalists.
If you love Broadway musicals, you'll love this show!

Dylan Woodcock, Kitrina Plante, Joe Plante, Erin-Brie Warwick, Holly Walker

George Buri

Show Info:
75 Minutes


Fri July 21 11:15 AM*
*(2 for $12)
Sat July 22 3:00 PM
Sun July 23 4:15 PM
Tue July 25 10:00 PM
Wed July 26 11:30 AM
Thu July 27 5:45 PM
Sat July 29 7:30 PM
Sun July 30 12:30 PM

Broadway at the Blue Elephant

7 Ages Productions—Théâtre Cercle Molière

4 singers meet to sing their favourite show tunes on the topic of love. At least that’s what I assume the subtext of the play was. Don’t let the cute little stuffy elephant in the corner fool you. That is the only connection to the Blue Elephant the play will ever make. The show was a park and bark to show off the impressive vocal skills of the four singers. They were incredibly gifted and sang the songs beautifully. If show tunes aren’t your thing this is not the show for you. The actors sing, bow, and make way for the next song. I wish there had been a bit of dialogue in between songs to either explain the songs meaning to the singer or even just to give a premise on how these singers knew each other. Not enough meat to make this play a meal.

Kaitlyn Kriss

Broadway at the Blue Elephant

7 Ages Productions—Théâtre Cercle Molière

Welcome to the Blue Elephant cabaret, located in the smoky suburb of St. Boniface. Seven Ages presented an evening of Broadway standards, all about the subject of love in its many forms. If you’re going to do Broadway at the Fringe, you’re going to need good performers. This show delivered and then some with Joe Plante, Erin-Brie Warwick, Dylan Woodcock,Holly Walker, and Kitrina Plante, excellent singers that really elicit the emotions of the songs. Each had their own shining moment, and the conclusion wrapped up the show on a poignant note. If you’re jonesing for musical theatre in between the shows at Rainbow Stage, this cabaret is the place to come.

Karl Eckstrand