Canada Pulling Out All Stops To Gain Some Street Cred, Currently Casting Rob Ford The Musical

Posted: June 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Newswire-  Calling all the Rob Ford freaks, theater geeks, political lovers and performers alike. This September the crazy train is coming to town. “Rob Ford The Musical: The Birth of a Ford Nation” will be an unabashed, take-no-prisoners comedy, and Toronto’s response to our unique political ‘situation’.

The musical opens September 16th at Toronto’s Historic Factory Theatre, but before the show goes on, a Mayor Ford must be found.

Media are invited to attend what is sure to be a casting call unlike any other….

Promising lampoon everyone and anyone who has been involved with the mayoral chaos, this urban satire follows the personal and political journey of Rob Ford as he ascends to power and global attention. The media, the police chief and the city itself are not off limits in Toronto-based writer Brett McCaig’s latest musical comedy. For more information visit, www.RobFordTheMusical.com or https://www.facebook.com/RobFordTheMusicalFactoryTheatre  

Well played, Canada.  You finally have realized that maple syrup and hockey can only get you so far.  Your crack smoking, happy-go-lucky mayor with a heart of gold should be your number one export.  This guy has owned the internet for months now and just when you think he’s done, he ups the ante yet again.  I hate plays and loathe musicals, but I think I would sit cramped in a 100-year old theater to watch this masterpiece unfold.    And if you don’t feel the same way, just watch the video below.

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