I’ll catch up with my recent travel activities soon – the Havana Book Fair, several stops in the USA – but meanwhile here are some pictures from the set of Score: A Hockey Musical (yes, I sang, shameless me), due to launch October 22. Now that’s a concept… I didn’t see the part where they dance on skates. We were all in an arena freezing our feet off… including Eddie Shack, Walter Gretzkey, Theo Fleury, Alex Tagliani, Dan Hill, and the star, Noah Reid, and the director, Mike McGowan, and Jody Colero, who got me into it, and a jolly supporting cast of thousands! Hey, I signed a hockey stick!
Score: A Hockey Musical. March 8 2010
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Where will this be “staged?” Should I know already? I feel I must witness this brand of hockey. Please say it’s in Toronto.
I’m not sure but I think it might be Toronto. Me, I’m just a cameo…
Hello! I am one of the Producers of SCORE: A HOCKEY MUSICAL. The film takes place in Toronto and will be released nationwide on October 22nd. Along with a number of cameos including Ms. Atwood the film stars Noah Reid, Olivia Newton-John, Marc Jordan, Alie MacDonald, Stephen McHattie, John Pyper-Ferguson, Nelly Furtado, Hawsley Workman and Dave Bidini.
As a lifelong Blackhawks fan, I need to say that Magaret would be a wonderful goalie coach for hooey(huet).lol
Will I be able to see this anywhere here in the U.S?
Will the film Score: A Hockey Musical be released in US and when? Thanks.
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“Score” Production Designer here!
Our wonderfully Canadian movie is a celebration of Toronto, including locations such as Nathan Phillips Square, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the ACC, and the beautiful natural rink at the Wychwood Art Barns. Look for it in the fall, hopefully in the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
By the way, Margaret, I have seen some footage and photos of you from “Score”, you are not just another pretty-faced cameo…. you are a legend!
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