The Office! - A Musical Parody (North American Tour)
Right Angle Entertainment
“This is a must-see production. Original and right on the mark from beginning to end, the cast is incredibly talented, the writing is super clever and the music is totally terrific.” - TorontoStage.com
Music: Assaf Gleizner
Book & Lyrics: Bob and Tobly McSmith
Director/Choreographer: Donald Garverick
Musical Director: Evan Rees
Michael Scott: Sarah Mackenzie Baron
Jim (& others): Patrick
Pam (& others): Madeline Glenn Thomas
Dwight (& others): Christian Fary
Angela (& others): Gabrielle Fillioux
Mindy (& others): Devina Sabnis
Phyllis (& others): Kelsey Ann Sutton
Creed (& others): Tim Powers
Swing: Yamuna Meleth
Swing: Nathan David Smith
Press / Reviews
“The Office! A Musical Parody stays loyal to its source material just enough to please the crowd, but its real beauty comes from the way it transforms those elements of the show we know and love best. Who knows, it may even have a Dundie on its way for Best New Musical."
- Charlie Taylor of The PittNews
"Superfans of The Office will definitely love this show, but non-superfans shouldn’t shy away. The Office! A Musical Parody is a great time for anyone who comes to see it, whether you know every word to every episode or you’re more of a casual fan."
"The Office! A Musical Parody is worthy of your time... strong performances, clever moments, good laughs and great songs."
"A major highlight is the song “Threat-level: Mid-afternoon”, during which the cast race comprehensively through a skillfully-choreographed performance of Michael’s secret agent caper film “Threat level: Midnight.”
- Scott Sneddon of Sesaya
“Dust off your Dunderpedia and get ready for one wild ride."
- Samantha Wu, Mooney On Theatre
“Let’s be honest – I had fun at The Office A Musical Parody... The workplace is simply what it is, an environment composed sometimes of wonderful people (whom Michael calls his family) and sometimes of numbskulls who should have had their rear ends fired the hell outta there. Kudos to director and choreographer Donald Garverick for keeping this vision in mind.”
- Joe Szekeres, Chief Toronto Critic for On Stage Blog