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Enjoy a fall playlist that takes you on a journey from the delight you feel when fall is just around the corner, to the light breeze that fills the air- requiring a cardigan, and finally to the bone chilling cold and sad, grey skies that appear just before fall gives way to winter. 

1. Sweater Weather- The Neighbourhood

2. Here- Alessia Cara

3. Autumn Sweater- Yo La Tengo

4. Late in the Night- From Indian Lakes

5. Lucie, Too- Now, Now

6. Solitaire- Marina and the Diamonds

7. Robbers- The 1975

8. Green & Gold- Lianne La Havas

9. Turning- Meg Mac

10. Bravado- Lorde

11. Talking in Code- Margot & the Nuclear So and Sos

12. Out Getting Ribs- King Krule

13. Long & Lost- Florence and the Machine

14. The Cliff Waltz- Sucre

15.  As You Are- Kimbra

16. Misguided Ghosts- Paramore

17. O’Sister- City and Colour

18. Candles- Daughter

19. Family- Noah Gundersen

20. Runner- From Indian Lakes

21. School Friends- Now, Now

22. Woman (In Mirror)- La Dispute

23. Son of a Widow- mewithoutYou

24. Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis- Brand New

25. Every Stone- Manchester Orchestra

                                             THE DWARF 

                                        A Varric Tethras Playlist. 

1. Unwritten - Boyce Avenue ft. Diamond White
2. Glitter and Gold - Barns Courtney
3. Two Fingers - Jake Bugg
4. The Joker - Steve Miller Band
5. Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked - Cage The Elephant
6. I’m Not Calling You A Liar - Florence and The Machine
7. Everybody Loves Me - One Republic 
8. Why Should I Worry - Billy Joel 
9. Hard To Handle - Black Crowes
10. Uptown Funk - Bruno Mars
11. Whistle (Instrumental) - Flo Rida
12. Lollipop - Mika
13. Sweet Words For The Sour - Whitey
14. Stay On The Outside - Whitey
15. Heirloom - Sleeping At Last
16. Family - Noah Gundersen
17. Albatross - Bastille 
18. Dread In My Heart - Mother Mother
19. Pompeii - Bastille 
20. Hey Brother - Avicii
21. Seven Years - Lukas Graham 

A Message from the C-Note Theatre Company

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Dear Friends of the C-Note Theatre Company,

It all began so calmly. It was just three kids with a crazy dream: Why not start a theatre company devoted exclusively to revivals of Broadway musicals which have one-word titles beginning with the letter C?

Well, just a few grant applications later, we were launching our historic first season – Cabaret, Carousel, and Candide. Three outstanding productions, three one-word C titles. And you were there, so you know: Our second season was even better. People still tell me they have never seen such compelling versions of Chicago, Carnival, and Company.

After those triumphs, perhaps we got cocky. The first misstep, as you well remember, was our “sexual freakshow” interpretation of Camelot, which pleased fans of neither Lerner and Lowe nor sexual freakshows. We followed that with Chess, which the leading newspaper critic said felt more like Checkers. And then there was Cats, for which I feel I’ve apologized enough.

But we bounced back in our fourth season, with spectacular hit productions of Cinderella and Curtains. The next show was controversial. Some maintained that although it does have a one-word title beginning with C, Contact is not really a musical. Others felt that it was a musical, but that our “no movement” concept did not suit the material.

And so, friends and supporters, I write to you at a crucial moment for the C-Note Theatre Company. We don’t know what to do. I had conceived a fifth season which I thought was a winner, but our Board of Directors contended that Can-Can and Cry-Baby were two-word titles. After that, how could I bring up Caroline, or Change? Someone told me that there’s a Frank Wildhorn version of Carmen, but I think it would be a mistake to investigate this, just in case it’s true.

Any ideas? Please help us.

Cordially,

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Clark,
Artistic Director