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Cambridge: Drayton Entertainment presents “All For Love!” starring Mark Cassius on March 28

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Join us again this Sunday for a livestream concert featuring Mark Cassius and band! This one is an afternoon concert, so be sure to tune in at 2:00 p.m. instead of in the evening.
Mark appeared in our productions of Damn Yankees, The Little Mermaid, Sweet Charity, Dance Legends and several others. Plus, he was a long-time member of the popular group The Nylons.

Mark Cassius

All For Love!
Sunday, March 28 at 2:00 p.m. EST

Versatile performer Mark Cassius sings songs from his life in musical theatre, on Broadway, and touring internationally with the iconic Canadian acapella group, The Nylons. Performing popular tunes like “On Broadway”, “Make Them Hear You”, “Happy Together”, and more, Mark is accompanied by Music Director Steve Thomas on piano, Dave Dunlop on trumpet, Richard Moore on drums, Paul Pacanowski on saxophone, and Junior Riggan on bass..

Read Mark’s bio.


The concert will stream on the Music Performance Trust Fund Facebook page, but will be accessible via internet browser for those who do not have a Facebook account. It is available for anyone from Canada and the U.S. The livestream will be available for viewing on March 7 at 7:00 p.m. only; it will not be available in advance.

  • If you have a Facebook account, you can click here to join the event. the livestream will automatically show up at 7:00 p.m.; it will not show up in advance.
  • If you are not on Facebook, click here on Sunday at 7:00 p.m. to watch. The link should open in your internet browser; the livestream will automatically show up at 7:00 p.m.; it will not show up in advance.

Don't worry, we'll send you a reminder email on Sunday evening prior to the concert start time. 



How long is the concert?

45 to 60 minutes

A reminder that this concert is not pre-recorded and cannot be viewed at a later date. Audiences must tune into the livestream in order to watch. 


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Photo: Mark Cassius.