She’s back! Sunday April 2nd, 2 pm 2023 FUNDRAISER

Paula Wolfson, Dora Mavor Moore Award winner, Founder & Conductor of Singing With Parkinson’s sings FOR Parkinson’s
at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre 12 Alexander St Toronto 416-975-8555
TIckets on sale now 20$ advance, 25$ at the door
Proceeds to Singing With Parkinson’s
We encourage you to mask up for those feeling vulnerable.

Saturday October 16th 2021 5 to 5:30 pm


WHERE: porch of 18 Frizzell Avenue, south of Danforth,
between Carlaw and Pape

Rain or shine! Drop on by! Bring a lawn chair!


JULY 2021

Paula stars in her first Audible book, a spooooky murder mystery. “Oracle” by Andrew Pyper on Audio

JUNE  2021

After nine years of leading the Shabbatt and Bar and Bat Mitzvah chazzanut at Congregation Shir Libeynu, Paula’s last service was on June 12 at 7:30 pm; a Havdalah for Pride. Then, on July 11th Paula sang her farewell in “Broadway To The Bimah”.

JULY 2020

Paula was going to  sing her way across 4, 466  Canadian kilometres and back, as Via Rial’s Artist-On-Board,  scheduled to leave Toronto on June 28, but Covid 19 had other plans. This programme has yet to be revived. Stay tuned!


SINGING WITH PARKINSON’S continues where the PARKINSON’S CHOIR left off. Paula is the Artistic Director now, and SwP is a Registered Charity under  Canadian Tax Law and in happy partnership with the CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY and RYERSON UNIVERSITY. New singers are always welcome and no experience is necessary. NOW ON-LINE. See

WINTERSONG is back on the road to senior’s residences. Intimate and interactive, designed to banish winter blahs. With many thanks to  Smile Theatre for their support and administration.

Paula  leads singing groups with the mentally ill and those with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia.



Paula presented JUDAS STAR SUPERSONG at the Toronto Fringe Festival, July 4 to July 14. One woman, 17 characters, 50 minutes.  We received a FIVE NNNNN review from NOWMagazine!  “Wolfson’s performance is divine” and we sold out to standing ovations.

Thank-you Halifax! We had a grand time with “Supersong” at the Stages Festival June 3 – 8 2019.

Paula joins up with Chris Dunn to sing at the Toronto Garlic Festival, September 17th at 2:15 pm. Garlic ice cream! Contests, speakers, crafts even garlic beer!

Paula  promises to rock, serenade and delight you with her “coming of age” cabaret “I’m Still Here!”. Stay after the show for birthday cake! Tickets on sale now, early bird rate to Dec 24, then they go up!

Jane Mallet Theatre, 27 Front Street East, Toronto, April 1, 7:30 pm, 2017

In April of 2016 Paula headed to the National Arts Centre in Ottawa for another run of “Les Belles Soeurs”, the wildly successful English musical version that she has been a part of since it was first created in 2011. It was also  presented at the Charlottetown Festival in September, 2016.  The Ottawa presentation won the Capital Critics Award for Best Profession Production.

  • The world premier of Les Belles Soeurs, the musical, in English    Montreal
  •  Recurring John in  Sumerworks;  Kevin Wong’s beautiful new song-cycle premiers
  • The Book of Judith at the Whitby Abilities Centre.  Paula is facilitating the Choir work, then steps back to join with them in the production.  June 12, 13, 14
  • Mirvish Productions presents “The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!” at the Panasonic Theatre Dec 18 to Jan 4.   Reviews on my “Credits” page
  • Paula will be playing “Mrs Strakosh” in a full orchestra concert version of “Funny Girl”: a fundraiser for the Harold Green Theatre, September 30. or 416-7330545
  • A fundraiser for Emily House, a hospice in Toronto for children who are terminally ill. September 21, 7 PM at the Donalda Club,
  • Paula will be appearing at the Flying Beaver pubaret on Friday April 5, at 7:00 pm in “Strings Attached” with Kirk Elliot.  WE HAD A GREAT TIME!
    STARRING  Mark Cassius, Adrian Marchuk, Dana Jean Phoenix and  ME. We were a hit! See my “Credits” page for reviews.

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