Sunday, November 5 | 7:00PM
Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel rose to the apex of American popular culture in the 1960’s. In their music, a war-torn country at odds with itself found a message of hope. With hits like “Scarborough Fair”, “The Sound of Silence” and “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, Simon & Garfunkel championed a movement of tolerance, peace and love. These same themes are perhaps even more timely now than in the period of their origin.
Landon Doak is a Canadian actor and singer/songwriter. His most recent musical “Peter Pan” received 3 Dora awards, and will be running in Toronto this November/December. Nathan Carroll originated the role of “Terry Fox” in the world premiere of “Marathon of Hope”. He is currently performing in the hit musical “Once”.