Rose Theatre Announces 2017/2018 Performing Arts Season
The Rose Theatre has officially announced their 2017/2018 performing arts season lineup, boasting both local and international talent, and something for everyone!
Jully Black, Jann Arden, Louie Anderson, Roseanne Barr, Molly Ringwald, and Olivia Newton-John are just a few of the big names that will be gracing the Rose Theatre stage this season.
The lineup also includes a lot of comedy, with the Canadian Improv Showcase in July, four Crack Me Up Comedy performances across the board, and the Just For Laughs Roadshow in April.
Those interested in musical theatre will be glad to know that Brampton Music Theatre is putting on Hairspray in November and Beauty and the Beast in March and April.
Classic Albums Live will be bringing back some oldies with Rush's 2112 in November, Led Zeppelin's Zeppelin IV in January, and Fleetwood Mac's Rumours in March.
Families looking for child-friendly plays are also in for a treat, with the Berenstain Bears Live and Machine du Cirque, a circus-like performance, in March, and The Polar Bears, a play about two polar bears trying to find a balloon they lost, in April.
As for the theatre buffs, there will be an improv musical theatre performance called the Confidential Project in July, Old Love by Norm Foster will take the stage in August, as will the classic 60s comedy Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon.
Some classics are back on stage for the holidays, with the Rose Orchestra, the Nutcracker, and Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol in December.
Tickets are quite affordable, depending on the show, starting at $5 and remaining under $90.
Discounts are available for those purchasing tickets to multiple shows - 15 percent for three shows, 20 percent for four shows, and 25 percent for five or more shows.
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased here.
For the full season schedule, click here.
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