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Grant Tilly

Grant Tilly is a musical theatre writer (composer, lyricist, librettist), actor, and singer. Shows he’s written range in style from quirky small cast musicals, to country/rock concert-style shows, to large scale family musical comedies. His works have been performed across the country, and his acting career has taken him across the continent. Click here for Grant’s Bio, and explore various projects below.

Projects

News

Charlottetown Musical Theatre Conference

Left Trinity Newfoundland yesterday at 8 am, journeyed through all four Atlantic provinces, and now here I am in gorgeous PEI for the Charlottetown musical theatre conference. Really looking forward to seeing some new shows, talking about the craft of writing, and catching up with old friends. It’s worked out incredibly well to have this time here, as I’ve just finished up performing in Trinity for the summer, and next week will be heading to Halifax for the workshop of my musical for young audiences “My Side of the Country” with The Neptune Theatre Young Company. Very grateful to all […]

New Musical: On the Radio!

Been having another great summer here in Trinity, some highlights being performing again as the Nobleman in Pamela Morgan’s Folk/Opera “The Nobleman’s Wedding” (villains are fun!) and spending time with all the wonderful people I’ve met over my four years working out here. This summer has also had an extra challenge of writing a new show! So happy to have completed the first draft of the new musical “On The Radio” which will receive a reading with some of the actors from Rising Tide Theatre tomorrow. This piece takes place at a radio station in St. John’s Newfoundland from 1941- […]

Back in Newfoundland!

It’s so great to be back for another summer with Rising Tide Theatre in Trinity, on the east coast of Newfoundland. This year I’ve come out early as I’ve been commissioned to write a new musical for the company called “On The Radio”. This show that will take place in a radio station in St. John’s between the years 1941 and 1949. There’s a lot of ground to cover, including the “invasion” of the americans, the war, and the confederation debates leading up to Newfoundland becoming the tenth province. So… there’s a lot of research! It’s the first time I’ve […]

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Contact

For writing and music inquiries
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Email: grant@granttilly.com
Telephone: (647) 393-2711

For acting enquiries please contact:
Butler Ruston Bell: (416) 964-6660

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