About Us

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How it all began...

Founded in 1985, CubeCity first began operations in Canada to promote rock concerts. By 1994, we turned to live theatre with our rock musical, Job and the Snake. We operated a workshop theatre space in downtown Toronto, for such musicals as Come Away, Epimenides, Purim Day, and Pilgrim in Wonderland. We had additional runs at venues such as the Betty Oliphant Theatre, Canada's National Ballet School Theatre. We went on to showcase Job and the Snake in Los Angeles before moving to New York City, where we officially became CubeCity Entertainment, Inc.

From Theatre to Film...

By 2006, we expanded operations to include filmmaking with our first feature: Dear J. Since then, we have worked on various film projects, including the award-winning historical drama, Under Jakob's Ladder, starring British television star, Jeff Stewart. In 2013, a team went down to Haiti to film a documentary. In 2014, we released the movie, Lazer Us, onto DVD and are currently working on our fourth feature film, Lost Penny.

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Filming Just Isaac's music video

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Selected Filmography




filming Lost Penny

"[Lost Penny] is more than entertaining... Creates very real feelings of suspense and unease in the audience."

Steve Henschel, Niagara This Week

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Our mission statement

At CubeCity, we work to foster creative productions that are devoted to excellence in entertainment as well as to advance educational initiatives. This includes family-oriented movies, theatre, videos, concerts, etc. It is our intent to work on projects that depict some of the greatest stories and themes in the history of civilization.

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