Updated: Sept 23rd, 2014
 
 

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Fri., October 17 – Cabaret at the Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Welcome to the Kit Kat Klub, the hottest nightclub in Berlin. American Cliff Bradshaw has just arrived in town. When he meets nightclub singer Sally Bowles, his life is turned upside down – just as the world is about to turn upside down, with Hitler on the rise in Weimar Germany. Another couple – Fraulein Schneider, Cliff’s landlady, and Herr Schultz, a Jewish grocer – must face the music, while the Emcee invites Cliff and Sally to forget the world around them. Hailed as a rare musical that both challenges and entertains, it premiered on Broadway in 1966 and ran for over 1100 performances, winning numerous Tony Awards including Best Musical.
Includes: lunch at the “Prince of Wales Hotel”, followed by the 2:00p.m. performance, orchestra level seating at the Festival Theatre. 
Tour departs: Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 8:30a.m., Tour Office at 9:00a.m. & Hwy 9 & 400 Parking Lot at 9:15a.m.     
Cost: $156.00 (includes HST)

Sun., October 19 – Cirque Du Soleil returns to Toronto with their Brand New Show, under the Big Tent, Toronto
Includes: Sunday morning Brunch at the “HotHouse Restaurant” followed by tickets for the 1:30p.m. performance.  Our seating location is in section 203.
Bus # 1 departs: Orillia at 9:15a.m. & Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 9:45a.m.
Bus # 2 departs: Tour Office at 9:45a.m. & Newmarket at 10:15a.m.
Cost: $180.00 for adults and $155.00 for children 12 years and younger (includes HST)

Wed., October 22 - Wicked at the Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto **2nd bus just added**
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Variety calls WICKED “a cultural phenomenon,” and it continues to break box office records across North America. Winner of over 50 major awards, including a Grammy® and three Tony® awards, WICKED is “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” – The New York Times.
Includes: buffet lunch at “Tucker’s Marketplace” followed by 1:30p.m. performance - excellent, orchestra level seating
Bus # 1 departs: Orillia at 8:45a.m., Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 9:15a.m., Tour Office at 9:45a.m. & Newmarket at 10:15a.m.         
Bus # 2 departs: Collingwood at 9:00a.m., Wasaga Beach at 9:15a.m. & Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 10:00a.m.
Cost: $172.00 adults & $158.00 children (12 years & under)  (includes HST)

 

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Thurs., October 23 – Philadelphia Story at the Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Tracy Lord is young, beautiful, wealthy, and about to get married. The Philadelphia socialite has divorced her dashing but unreliable husband and fallen in love with a self-made (but perhaps a bit dull) business tycoon. When a cynical tabloid newshound arrives to cover the ceremony, Tracy has a hard time keeping her nuptials – and her heart – on the right track. A classic romantic comedy, the play was a huge turnaround success for Katharine Hepburn’s in the late 1930s. Barry wrote it especially for her, and the play had a year-long run on Broadway before becoming a six-time Oscar nominated film in 1940.
Includes: lunch at the “Prince of Wales Hotel”, followed by the 2:00p.m. performance, orchestra level seating at the Festival Theatre. 
Tour departs: Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 8:30a.m., Tour Office at 9:00a.m. & Hwy 9 & 400 Parking Lot at 9:15a.m.     
Cost: $156.00 (includes HST)

Fri., October 24 – Creative Festival at the Metro Convention Centre     ***JUST ADDED***
Needle Arts, Embellishments, Crafting and more …..
Infused with inspiration, creativity and shopping! Stay in the know and pick up the latest fabrics, fibres, papers, beads, notions, patterns, books, kits, tools, equipment and how-tos.
Includes: admission to the Show from 10:00a.m.to 5:00p.m. & box lunch.
Tour departs: Wasaga Beach at 7:15a.m.(with a group of 10 or more), Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 8:00a.m. & Tour Office at 8:30a.m.  
Cost: $75.00 (includes HST) 

Sat., October 25 – Our Country’s Good at the Royal Alex Theatre, Toronto ***JUST ADDED***
In 1788, Britain opened Australia’s first penal colony with 734 men, women and children—criminals—sent into exile “for our country’s good.” This brilliant historical drama tells the powerful, true story of a ragbag cast of those first convicts who put on a play under the guidance of an earnest young marine officer. As the barriers between captors and captives break down, they start to discover each other, both onstage and behind the scenes.
On the 25th anniversary of its Olivier Award-winning premiere, original, acclaimed director Max Stafford-Clark brings us his new production of this great classic!
Includes: A noon dinner will be served at “Quinn’s Steakhouse & Irish Bar” at the Sheraton Centre, followed by excellent, orchestra level seating for the 2:00p.m. performance
Tour departs: Orillia at 9:15a.m., Barrie, Kozlov Mall at 9:45a.m., Tour Office at 10:15a.m. & Newmarket at 10:45a.m.         
Cost: $169.00 (includes HST)

 

 

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