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Northern Daughter - American Premiere

Sunday, November 1 @ 4:00 PM

United Solo Theater Festival, 410 West 42nd Street, New York City

TICKETS are on sale now at the Theatre Row Box Office, or online through or by calling Telecharge at (212) 239-6200.

When buying tickets for Northern Daughter at United Solo, please provide the following: FESTIVAL name (United Solo Theatre Festival), THEATRE name (Theatre Row – The Studio Theatre), specific SHOW DATE (Nov. 1, 2015) and TIME (4:00 pm).

NOTE: All sales are final, no exchanges or refunds.

NOTE: This show contains mature subject matter that is not suitable for children.

$19.25 (+ $1.25 theatre restoration charge) Age limit: 18+

For this concert, pianist Stephen Holowitz accompanies vocalists Donna Creighton and Paul Grambo.

Imagine what Christmas was like in 1914 when everyone was buzzing that the troops would be home for Christmas (but then, of course, they weren't).

"The show will be a unique Christmas-Remembrance Day hybrid." ~ Stephen Holowitz

"I'm looking forward to once again singing these fabulous old tunes with Paul and working with Steve. It doesn't get better than this!" ~ Donna Creighton

(519) 661-5169


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The Arts Project, 203 Dundas Street, London, ON

Northern Daughter is a one-act play with music featuring Donna Creighton | One Canoe. Five characters. One performer. World Premiere.

Co-written by Donna Creighton & Louise Fagan | Co-produced by AlgevoRoot Theatre & Donna Creighton Productions

There is also a 2:00 pm matinee on Saturday October 25th.

NOTE: This show contains mature subject matter that is not suitable for children.

$20 (regular) $10 (students & seniors) Online or Box Office open Tuesday to Saturday, Noon until 5:00 | 203 Dundas St., London, ON | (519) 642-2767

Kingsville Folk Music Festival

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Lakeside Park, Kingsville

Jack Miner Stage: Saturday ,1:30pm & Sunday, 3:00pm - Performance of Artie and the Babbling Birds kids' show Acoustic Stage: Saturday, 4:30pm - Workshop with Trent Severn Creekside Stage: 12:00pm Concert Pillar Stage: 5:10pm - Workshop with Valdy, Ray Bonneville, Manitoba Hal, Andrew Taves,

Age limit: All ages


Donna Creighton

39 Carden St. Cafe, 39 Carden St., Guelph

Gain Music is hosting a singer-songwriter series at 39 Carden Street Cafe. On Feb 12th, Patrick Ballantyne and Donna Creighton will be sharing the bill together for the first time. Interestingly, they have never actually met in person and that show will be their first physical encounter. They started communicating on Reverbnation and took things from there.

You may have heard about Patrick Ballantyne already. He is often referred to as a songwriter’s songwriter. Patrick has written for the Trews, Big Sugar, Meredith Shaw, and Tim Chaisson. You can listen to Patrick’s music here: And see a live video of him here:

Donna Creighton, expanding her solo career after having had a successful and award winning touring career with the folk band "Sirens". You can learn more about her here:

Donna Creighton

The London Music Club, 470 Colborne Street, London, Ontario N6B2T3

Actor, Singer and Performing Song Writer, has been impacting London audiences with sold out performances one after another all year long. Supported by pianist Steven Holowitz and bassist Al Parrish (RPR and Tanglefoot fame) this show is "Everybody's Birthday". Originals, Folk, Jazz, Rock, Musical Theatre, you name it, its happenin'. “London actor and musician Donna Creighton is… simply marvelous" Richard Young, Beat Magazine “What a spectacular performance! Wow. Loved it!” Linda Lucas, Song Writer "Such diverse talent with incredible creds!" Bob Cunningham, Beat Magazine


20.00 Adv Age limit: All ages


Donna Creighton

Live! From the Living Room Acoustic Showcase, 7 N. Sagiaw St, Pontiac, MI

Live! From the Living Room Acoustic Showcase

in the atrium of the Oakland Arts Center 7 N. Sagiaw St, downtown, Pontiac, MI corner of Pike & Saginaw (parking lot there)

Show at 8 pm
$5.00 admission
coffeehouse indoors The Blue Note Cafe for light beverages & snacks under the same roof. No alcohol event

5.00 Age limit: All ages

Northern Daughter | a powerful backwoods story with music, humour and grit
World Premiere at The Art Project, October 22-25, 2014
an Alvegoroot Theatre co-production

Co-written by Donna Creighton and Louise Fagan
Director - Louise Fagan
Stage Manager - Krisanne Nunes
Set Designer - Eric Bunnell
Lighting Designer - Karen Crichton
Sound Designer - Andrew Mawdsley
Costume Designer - Julie McGill

Theatre in London REVIEW of Northern Daughter
TOUR DATES in 2015
Colleening | a musical production based on the poetry of Colleen Thibaudeau

World Premiere of The Letters and Poems of Colleen Thibaudeau
An AlvegoRoot Theatre Company Production

March 1- 9, 2013
The Arts Project, London, ON.

Music by Stephen Holowitz and Oliver Whitehead
Poetry and Lyrics by Colleen Thibaudeau
Directed by Adam C. Holowitz
Performed by Donna Creighton, Paul Grambo, Chris McAuley and Patsy Morgan

Theatre in London REVIEW of Colleening 
Hearts Made Great

London Free Press REVIEW of Hearts Made Great 

Sat. November 12, 2005
If you can't go tonight, go tomorrow afternoon or both.

One of the finest ways Londoners could ever salute the Year of the Veteran is on the stage at Centennial Hall this weekend.

Based on yesterday afternoon's presentation, Orchestra London's Hearts Made Great -- a fictional London region family's wartime saga in words and music, new and old -- is not to be missed. If you can't go tonight, go tomorrow afternoon -- or both times.

The music by composer and conductor Jeff Christmas and words by UWO grad Jennifer Venner call up a Remembrance Day universe of emotions -- sorrow, pride, fear, patriotism, hope and relief among them.

Hearts Made Great fulfills the ambitions of the orchestra's partnership with two London singers, Jo-Ann Lawton and Donna Creighton, two of Hearts Made Great's stars this weekend, and folk duo Sirens at other times.

Lawton, Creighton and the orchestra first discussed the idea of using music from the Second World War era in a concert setting.

Remarkably, Hearts Made Great grew into an original combination of period music from the 1940s, new compositions for the orchestra, powerfully restrained words, documentary touches and some glorious singing and playing.