Heartbeat of Home Toronto Tickets
Heartbeat of Home is a dance musical written by Joseph O’Connor and produced by Moya Doherty. The director is John McColgan. The duo of producer and director, previously teamed up together to bring Riverdance, the Irish dancing play in the spotlight. Heartbeat of Home features a cast of thirty seven dancers and musicians who piece together an interesting tale. The dance represents a subtle story of how different cultures would meet in a vision. Hence, dancers from different cultures have been brought together to perform in this musical. Blending together different genres of dancing and music, the play is a multicultural dance fiesta. Book your Heartbeat of Home Toronto tickets right away to watch this sprightly dance performance.
Heartbeat of Home is a splendid dance and music show. It merges different cultures and their dances, to put up a unique display of salsa, breakdance and tango. The music is a blend of irresistible Caribbean beats, speckled with Irish rhymes. Directed and conceived by John McColgan, Heartbeat of Home flows from one energetic act to another, pulsating with energy and lively from start to end.
It showcases some of the most talented dancers from different parts of the globe, such as Ireland, Australia, Mexico, Italy, Spain, USA and Canada. Under the choreography of David Bolger, all the twenty nine dancers come together to present this enchanting performance. Being a relatively new musical to be brought on stage, be the first to watch Heartbeat of Home as it comes to Toronto, the most populous city and the entertainment capital of Canada. Get Heartbeat of Home Toronto tickets and watch the spectacular dance musical.
The graceful and exuberant dancers are complemented with an impeccable performance from the two section band. Featuring percussion and trumpets, sax and uilleann pipes, fiddles and keyboards, the rich music is a joy to hear. The sound comes from the imaginative mind of Golden Globe nominee, Brian Byrne. Joseph O’Connor has written the lyrics, which tell a story taking place in oceans and starlight. Running for almost one and a half hour, with twenty minute intermission in between, don’t miss the chance to watch Heartbeat of Home.