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Theatre & Entertainment

Paint a Musical Canvas

Paint a Musical Canvas: Award-winning Drayton Entertainment encourages theatregoers to create a truly unforgettable experience with "Add Colour to Your World" package. Select your choice of venue - Drayton Festival Theatre in Drayton, Huron Country Playhouse and Playhouse II in Grand Bend, King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene, or Schoolhouse Theatre in St. Jacobs. First class accommodation from a selection of 58 choices and dinner at one of 26 restaurants completes your special theatre package. (Northern Grand River Country and the Headwaters)

Let Norfolk County Entertain You!

Let Norfolk County Entertain You! We’re the proud home of the Lighthouse Festival Theatre located in the quaint lakeside village of Port Dover. Productions in the 2004 season include such hits as Two Pianos, Four Hands, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Storm Warning. Whether it’s a concert, play, festival or shopping for antique treasures, Norfolk County in the heart of Ontario’s South Coast is the best of all worlds! (Southern Grand River Country and Ontario’s South Coast)

Stratford Sets the Stage
Sara Topham, Walter Borden and
Graham Abbey by David Hou.

Stratford Sets the Stage: Looking for a getaway that inspires, as well as relaxes? The largest repertory theatre in North America invites you to experience some of the best plays ever written, on four magnificent stages from April to November. From Shakespeare to musicals, from the award-winning 1,800-seat Festival Theatre with its unique thrust stage to the intimacy of the 260-seat Studio Theatre, be moved, entertained and enthralled. Enjoy this cultural getaway in beautiful Stratford. (Shakespearean Theatre and Lake Erie North Shore)

Laughter and Great Music!

Laughter and Great Music! Canadian humourist Nils Ling, along with three talented musicians, presents the world premier of his "Fiddlin’ with the Truth" at The Georgian Theatre Festival in Meaford. Book your "East Coast Kitchen Party" from July 1 – 3. Ling says "I’ve wanted to do a show like this at Meaford Hall since the first day I walked in to the Opera House. It’s perfect – intimate and warm, with great sound." Other superb performances, too! (Lake Huron and Georgian Bay Coastlines)

World-Class Theatre Set in Charm
Photo of Laurie Paton, Jeff Maden and
Ben Carlson by Shin Sugino

World-Class Theatre Set in Charm: In the midst of charming Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara’s wine region is one of Canada’s cultural icons. The Shaw Festival is an eight-month celebration of plays by Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries – from Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward to Chekhov, Isben and Brecht. Annually, over 800 performances of twelve productions are staged in its three theatres. The Cambridge Guide to Theatre describes The Shaw is "one of the premiere acting ensembles in North America." (Niagara – World Wonder & Wine Country)

Starring – Great Favourites and New Faces
Desmond Magee as Winthrop Paroo
in The Music Man.

Starring – Great Favourites and New Faces: Be entertained in the heart of downtown Hamilton at Theatre Aquarius in the Dofasco Centre for the Arts. The third largest professional regional theatre in Ontario, Theatre Aquarius offers productions from September through May in its two spaces, the 750 seat Irving Zucker Auditorium and the intimate 128 seat Studio Theatre. The facility is utilized for 200 performances and as an arts educational resource centre for today's young performers and tomorrow's "stars". (Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe)

2004 Bell Canadian Open – Fore You!

2004 Bell Canadian Open – Fore You! The 100th anniversary of the Bell Canadian Open golf tournament will be held at Oakville’s spectacular Glen Abbey Golf Club, from Sept 6 – 12. Oakville, on the north shore of Lake Ontario, will celebrate all year with golf- themed events - theatre, golf art, golf photography, displays and demonstrations. Combine your visit with excellent shopping, dining and festivals - Oakville Waterfront Festival, Jazz Festival, and the RB Festival of Classics. (Ontario’s Golden Horseshoe)




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