How it all Began...The History of CubeCity
Founded in 1985CubeCity Entertainment, Inc. first began operations in Canada to promote rock concerts. This included Freedom '88, a major music festival in Kitchener, Ontario.
In 1994, CubeCity (under the name P.M. Productions) began to experiment with musical theatre. Enlisting the aid of local actors, they launched a tour of the Moon Brothers musical, Job and the Snake in the Canadian Niagara Peninsula (1994-1995). This soon led to a move and a five-year stay in the world's third largest theatre market...
Theatre in Toronto, Canada...During this time they operated their own workshop theatre space in downtown Toronto. While in Toronto, the CubeCity team supported themselves through extended runs at their own theatre site, with occasional performances at the Betty Oliphant Theatre, home of Canada's National Ballet School, and various appearances on Canada's VISION TV Network.
Los Angeles...In 2000, they ventured south of the Canadian border and expanded their operations to Los Angeles, California, officially changing their name to CubeCity Entertainment. Their three-week showcase of Job and the Snake at the Grove Theatre (the home theatre of late great comedian Sam Kinison) convinced them to permanently relocate their operations stateside to the world capital of theatre...
New York City...In March 2001, CubeCity showcased the Moon Brothers musical Purim Day in Times Square to a packed house at the Lamb's mainstage theatre space. In time they staged other theatre productions including The Pilgrim in Wonderland, Epimenides, Come Away and various staged reads for selected audiences.
Expanding into Film...In 2006, CubeCity expanded its operations to include its first independent film production: Dear J. In 2012, Under Jakob's Ladder was released on DVD. CubeCity teamed up with Curium Films to work on their newest feature film project, The Legend of Jimi Lazer, which is currently in post-production, due for release in 2013. Also in 2013, a film team went to Haiti to film a documentary there.
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