Saturday, April 21st
The North York Concert Band, under the direction of conductor and trumpet soloist John Edward Liddle, is pleased to present our annual Spring gala.
8:00 pm (Doors open at 7:30 pm)
The Al Green Theatre
Celebrate spring at our Music Ensembles Concert featuring the Daytime Choir and Klezmer Ensemble. This concert will feature presentations from two of our MNjcc community music ensembles, the Klezmer ensemble, directed by Eric Stein, and the Daytime Choir directed by Gillian Stecyk, accompanied by Asher Farber. Each ensemble will feature varied works that they have been working on, and polishing during the 2017-18 season.
Tickets are $10. Seating can only be guaranteed up to 15 minutes prior to show time, after which seats may be sold to rush patrons. No refunds.
Box office opens on site one (1) hour prior to the performance
Thursday, May 10th
You know him as a spoken word poet and the founder of Toronto Poetry Slam but for the first time ever, David Silverberg is producing a solo theatre show.
With Special Guests Billy Newton-Davis and Charlotte Moore
Former Nylon and chart-topping Jazz artist Micah Barnes pays tribute to the classic era of Vegas, when Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. worked the strip.
Proceeds will benefit the MNjcc’s Music Scholarship and Innovation Fund.
A co-presentation with Congregation Shir Libeynu for Pride 2018
Israel, 2012, Doron Eran, director, 86 minutes
When his parents find that he has been secretly wearing women’s clothes, Assaf (Hen Yanni) is locked out of their home. Years later, a private detective learns that Assaf is now Anna, an enchanting woman who sings at a nightclub. Don’t miss this mesmerizing drama about love, loss and acceptance.
10am - 12pm - 2pm - 4pm
The critically-acclaimed production of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show arrives in Toronto, faithfully re-telling four Eric Carle books with 75 lovable puppets!
A co-presentation with Toronto Film Society
USA, 1958, Peter Glenville, director, 109 minutes
A subdued Danny Kaye plays a Polish-Jewish refugee who needs a way out of Paris before the Germans occupy the city. Kurt Jurgens plays his anti-Semitic ride out of France. This charming treasure is one of the first Hollywood films to refer to the Holocaust.
USA, 1978, Claudia Weill, director, 86 minutes
Before Girls, before Sex and the City, there was Girlfriends. As the TJFS celebrates its 40th year, we look back at this sharp 1978 comedy about female friendship, helmed by thirtysomething’s Melanie Mayron, with her eccentric break-out performance. Featuring Bob Balaban, Christopher Guest and Eli Wallach.
Guest speaker: Cultural Commentator and Contributing Books Editor at NOW Magazine, Susan G. Cole
A co-presentation with Holocaust Education Week Toronto
UK, 2016, Claire Ferguson, director, 78 minutes
Over a decade in the making, Destination Unknown weaves together the first-hand accounts of twelve survivors (some speaking for the first time) into a powerful and pointed testament to survival during and after the war. An intimate and immersive documentary. Toronto Premiere
A co-presentation with Alliance Française Toronto
France/Israel, 2007, Marco Carmel, director, 95 minutes
It’s 1973 and the members of the newly-arrived Maimon family try to make their way in multi-ethnic Paris. Crime drama meets coming-of-age story in this beautiful film told from the perspective of 11-year-old Michel (Jules-Angelo Bigarnet).