Freaky Friday Directed by Gloria DigbyA musical based on the Disney Channel original movie. This show played at the Domino Theatre for two week at the end of August(Kingston debut)
Fame JR Directed by Ally PajakPart of the 2019 Juvenis Festival, the all teen musical project is back for a third year, the cast, band and crew of this production are all ages 13-18, with University students becoming mentors in production roles.
American Idiot: The MusicalDirected by Alisha GrechThis adult musical played at the Baby Grand during the Juvenis Festival and all performances were sold out.(Kingston debut)
Legally Blonde: The Musical Directed by Carolyn BayleyThe second of two summer musicals performed at the Domino Theatre.
Newsies Directed by Evan LeppThe first of two summer 2018 musicals performed at the Domino Theatre. (Kingston debut)
The Addams Family Directed by Maddy Scovil and Jeremy SettlePart of the 2018 Juvenis Festival, the all high school musical project is back, the cast, band and crew of this production are all high school students, with University students becoming mentors in production roles. (Kingston debut)
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling BeeDirected by Maddy ScovilKicking off 2018 with the first production programmed by the new Artistic Director, returning to the Baby Grand Theatre for a 2 week one in Blue Canoe's traditional January spot.
Spamalot Directed by Liam BidmeadPart of Blue Canoe's 2017 summer schedule called "Summer Knights", played at the Domino Theatre, as of 2017 became the 4th highest selling Blue Canoe show of all time behind The Producers, Anne & Gilbert and A Chorus Line.
Man of La Mancha Directed by Maddy ScovilPart of Blue Canoe's 2017 summer schedule called "Summer Knights", Man of La Mancha played at the Domino Theatre for 9 performances.
Zombie Prom: the MusicalDirected by Jordan RichardsPart of the 2017 Juvenis Festival, Zombie Prom is an all high school cast with the University Production Team, this project helps to connect high school students with Blue Canoe, the Baby Grand Theatre.(Kingston debut)
Homeschooled the MusicalDirected by Michael SheppardThe first original musical to be produced by Blue Canoe, part of the 2017 Juvenis Festival, this musical was written by Ryan Cowl, a Blue Canoe alumni who worked on Chicago, A Chorus Line, Title of Show and Peter & the Starcatcher. (World Premiere)
Peter & the Starcatcher Directed by Maddy ScovilA January production back at the Baby Grand Theatre featuring 2 stellar reviews of the show and a 3 week run of this Tony-Award winning play based on a series of best-selling novels. (Kingston debut)
ChicagoDirected by Hailey HillThis summer production was Blue Canoe's entry into the second Kick & Push Festival, it was performed at the Baby Grand Theatre to a small audience at each performance, set up in a cabaret style. [title of show]Directed by Ryan Cowl and Maddy ScovilThis collaborative production was produced from the first youth arts festival in Kingston, the Juvenis Festival. Though Blue Canoe was credited as a producing company for expenses, a group of 5 students from Queen's University took on the performance and production elements. (Kingston debut)Heathers the MusicalDirected by Erin HandThis production was produced in partnership with Reelout Arts Project as part of the first youth arts festival in Kingston, the Juvenis Festival at the Baby Grand Theatre. (Kingston debut)
A Chorus Line Directed by Mike Sheppard and Joey GraffBlue Canoe's 30th production, part of the first ever Kick & Push Festival, a new summer theatre festival in Kingston, third highest selling Blue Canoe show of all time.
The ProducersDirected by Devon DafoeBlue Canoe's first production on the main stage of The Grand Theatre, produced in the summer, featuring the second largest cast and second largest total attendance in Blue Canoe's history. (Kingston debut)
PippinDirected by Tim FortThis production was produced at the Baby Grand Theatre in April, this was the first attempt at a mentorship production, featuring a production team of paid professional theatre artists.
NineDirected by Sean McCabe and Bridget GilhoolyA January production at the Baby Grand Theatre, 5th highest selling Blue Canoe show of all time and second highest in the Baby Grand. (Kingston debut)
The Woman in Black Directed by Devon DafoeA found space theatre show, produced in the fall of 2013 in the old jail cells, basement of Kingston's City Hall, this production featured only 10 audience spots per performance.
Anne & GilbertDirected by Jordan RichardsSummer production of the Canadian Musical, the highest selling Blue Canoe show and the first to take place at the new Domino Theatre.
Songs for a New WorldDirected by Kevin TannerSmall production at the start of June at the Rotunda Theatre(Kingston debut)
AidaDirected by Mike SheppardThe opera based on stories of Egyptian culture, performed at the Baby Grand Theatre(Kingston debut)
The Drowsy ChaperoneDirected by Kelsey JacobsonJanuary production at the Baby Grand of the Canadian Musical, 4th highest selling Blue Canoe show of all time and the highest selling at the Baby Grand.(Kingston debut)
Avenue QDirected by Joey GraffThe Kingston debut of the musical comedy featuring puppets. This production was part of a Summer Arts Showcase produced by Blue Canoe at the Baby Grand Theatre.(Kingston debut)
Next to NormalDirected by Mike SheppardThe Kingston debut of the musical drama, part of a Summer Arts Showcase produced by Blue Canoe at the Baby Grand Theatre. (Kingston debut)13Directed by Mike SheppardThe second all high school cast Blue Canoe show, featuring a production team of Queen's education students.(Kingston debut)You're a Good Man, Charlie BrownDirected by Alysha BernsteinMusical production produced at the Baby Grand Theatre to a nearly sold out two week run, featuring an all female cast.
CabaretDirected by Mike SheppardAfter a planned summer 2011 production was canceled, this show was moved to January of 2012 at the Baby Grand Theatre and ran for a 3 week sold out run.
Glengarry Glen RossDirected by Kevin TannerTony Award Winning play produced at the Baby Grand Theatre in October featuring an all male cast. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the ForumDirected by Mike SheppardThe musical comedy set in a Roman village, produced in the Rotunda TheatreDr. Horrible's Sing Along BlogDirected by Mike Sheppard and Jonathan MichaelsComedy based on the youtube hit by Joss Whedon, featuring a series of scenes and songs at the Time to Laugh Comedy Club. (Kingston debut)Sweet CharityDirected by Alexsandra MarzoccaJanuary production of the Broadway Musical at Convocation Hall, Queen's University.
How I Learned to DriveDirected by Mike SheppardSweeney ToddDirected by Mike SheppardSummer production of the Sondheim Musical at the Octave TheatreTick, Tick...BOOMDirected by Mike SheppardThe Kingston debut of the Jonathan Larson auto-biographical musical, never finished by Larson before his death, Blue Canoe's first show in the Baby Grand Theatre.(Kingston debut)
Guys & DollsDirected by Mike SheppardProduction produced at the Firehall Theatre, 1000 Islands Playhouse in Gananoque during their off season. John & JenDirected by Megan ScarbroughKingston debut of the two-hander musical produced in the former studio 102 in Queen's Theological Hall. (Kingston debut)
Bye Bye BirdieDirected by Mike SheppardThe classic Braodway Musical produced at the Octave Theatre, Blue Canoe's first 2 week runRent: School EditionDirected by Mike SheppardThe Kingston debut of the musical by Jonathan Larson at the Octave Theatre. (Kingston debut)Titus AndronicusDirected by Ryan LaPlanteThe formation of Vagabond Theatre (now Queen's Vagabond) after this production at the Wellington Street Theatre.
Into the WoodsDirected by Mike SheppardBlue Canoe's first Kingston summer musical, produced at the Wellington St Theatre. 7 StoriesDirected by Adrian MaybeeMorris Paynch play at the Wellington St Theatre
Seussical: The MusicalDirected by Mike SheppardBlue Canoe's first musical, at Dreams in Motion dance stuido in Gananoque, funded by the Town of Gananoque Community GrantThat SummerDirected by Mike SheppardBlue Canoe's first production, at the Wellington St Theatre, funded by the Community Foundation of Greater Kingston