Live on CIUT 89.5 FM

Airing Date: June 24, 2020
Hosted By: Nicole Hamilton and Thom Allison (Guest Host)

About Thom Allison:
KILLJOYS, on Space/Syfy Networks.  Broadway:  Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Toronto: The original Canadian companies of Miss Saigon, The Who’s Tommy and Rent.
He was also a judge on CBC’s Over the Rainbow.  At The Stratford Festival, Thom has
appeared in Romeo and Juliet, Pericles, My Fair Lady, Threepenny Opera, The King and I,
King Henry VIII, and Into the Woods.  At the Shaw Festival, he appeared as Coalhouse Walker
Jr. in Ragtime,  as well as performing in Wonderful Town, A Little Night Music and Follies:
In Concert. Some other credits include The Wizard of Oz (Young People’s Theatre),
Cabaret (Theatre Calgary), Annie (Grand Theatre), Evita (Theatre Calgary/Manitoba Theatre
Centre) and The Drowsy Chaperone (The Vancouver Playhouse/The Citadel/
National Arts Centre/Manitoba Theatre Centre).  His CD, “A Whole Lotta Sunlight”
can be purchased on iTunes.  Visit his website:

About the Dora Mavor Moore Awards:

Named for Dora Mavor Moore and presented by TAPA, were founded on December 13, 1978 by a committee convened by Millie Drain. On that date Drain and the other founders (Ann Antkiw, Ronald Bryden, Bill Glassco, Graham Harley, Leon Major, Sean Mulcahy, Peter Peroff, Heinar Piller, Susan Rubes, Pat Stewart and Sylvia Tucker), decided to institute an award to recognize outstanding achievements in Toronto theatre.

Today the Doras honour the creators of approximately 200 theatre, dance and opera productions annually in 50 categories over 7 Divisions: General Theatre, Independent Theatre, Musical Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Dance, Opera and Touring. The awards in each division are voted on by a jury of eight to twelve individuals drawn from the professional performing arts community. The original Dora Awards statuette was designed by sculptor John Romano.