Attention: The Newsies Strike Starts Now!

Brampton Music Theatre presents Disney’s Newsies

Get Newsies Tickets Here

The time has finally come to carry the banner.

For the past few weeks, I’ve been helping bring this wonderful musical to life. I gotta say, it’s so fulfilling, energizing, and rewarding to watch the next generation of stage performers hone their skills, and rise to the challenge.

They’re learning what it takes to be a stage performer in Canada and I must say… This cast is SO damn talented.

They’re hard workers.

They’re enthusiastic!

They’ve learned that singing and dancing at the same time isn’t as easy as it looks!

But most importantly… They’ve become FRIENDS.

I want you to see and hear what they’re working on. Because I’m super proud.

And… they’re making the dance moves look SO fun.

For one weekend only, our production of NEWSIES hits the stage! Will you support the NEWSIES in their fight?

Watch the Newsies sing, dance, and STRIKE at The Rose Theatre, Brampton Ontario.

Thursday March 28 – Sunday March 31, 2019

Push Here For NEWSIES Tickets Before They’re Gone

– Shawn Byfield

As a sought-after presenter, choreographer, coach and entrepreneur, Shawn Byfield’s unique perspective is enjoyed by thousands who train and mentor with him every year. To start learning, yearning, movin’ or groovin’… contact Shawn before today ends.

Published by ShawnByfield

Shawn Byfield is a certified public speaker, expert dance coach and entrepreneur. A National authority in dance and veteran in entertainment, film and fashion. Byfield is a DORA AWARD winning choreographer, GEMINI AWARD nominee, and 2x BLACK CANADIANS AWARD nominee. Shawn Byfield loves to travel nationally as an inspiring mentor, adjudicator, public speaker and choreographer.

Share Your Thoughts!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: