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After fifteen years of exile, Benjamin Barker returns home as Sweeney Todd and resumes his barber trade. Sweeney Todd tries to revenge the loss of his wife and child by a corrupt judge with no success and instead becomes a mass murderer. Sweeney Todd is aided by a Mrs. Lovett who turns a tidy profit out of baking meat pies out of Todd’s victims.

Sweeney Todd is a pitch-black Victorian era comedy that earned Stephen Sondheim the 1979 Tony Award for Best Musical Features Music and Lyrics and is based on Christopher Bond’s 1973, “Sweeny Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street”.

Director: Adam Brazier

Choreographer: Linda Garneau

Musical Director: Jeffrey Huard

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Macdonald-Heaslip Hall, Sheridan


Sweeney Todd: Amir Haidar
Mrs. Lovett: Tringa Rexhepi
Johanna: Andreanne Bouladier
Pirelli: Alex Dvorak
Tobias Ragg: Joshua Bouchard
Judge Turpin: Jacob Macinnes
Anthony Hope: Brett Schaller
The Beadle: Joel Gomez

Emily Aver, Mathieu Bellemare, Josh Blackstock, Michelle Bouey, Heather Brezden, Nadya Corscadden, Jessie Cox, Camila Diaz-V Arela, Shakura Dickson-Scarlett, Charles Douglas, Carter Easler, Matt Fuller, Erik Kopasci, Natasha Kozak, Matt Monopoli, Kyle Murray, Trevor Patt, Anne Potter, Beth Robertson, Claire Rouleau, Stephanie Schmid, Margaret Thompson, Jess Vandenberg, Adrian Zeyl


Sweeney Todd, Theatre Sheridan, musical theatre

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Theatre and Performance Studies


Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design


Department of Visual and Performing Arts

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Original Citation

Brazier, A. (Director). (2012, April 10 – 21). Sweeney Todd [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.

Sweeney Todd, April 10 – 21, 2012



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