TICKETS for LOVE LETTERS
LOVE LETTERS, our first live, in-theatre show of the 2021-22 season is now over.
Stay tuned to this website for details on our next production!
With the comfort and safety of our patrons always on our mind, mask and proof-of-vaccination (with ID) requirements were in place and the theatre had significantly reduced capacity to allow physical distancing. Audiences benefited from updated our AC and ventilation to bring in fresh air from outside, with UVC purification (designed for hospitals) to kill viruses in the air. Doors remained closed until 45 minutes before show time to prevent congestion in the lobby, and the show had no intermission.
Please click HERE and read our brief snapshot of other important news on patron safety.
ONLINE TICKETING NOW CLOSED
Senior Over 65 years: $22.00 (Wed/Thurs/Sun only)
Under 30 years: $22.00 (ID required)
CALL 416-767-7702 NOW TO PAY AND RESERVE
Leave a message with your name, phone number, how many tickets you want, and for what show – and we’ll call you back to confirm and take credit card payment over the phone. Ask us about payment by cheque or using credit from MENDING FENCES. Unfortunately, we can no longer confirm reservations by phone and take payment at the performance. Reservation requests that are not paid cannot be guaranteed.
To read more about LOVE LETTERS, click HERE.
Cast #1 (top row): Deena Baltman and Rob Candy (director Barbara Larose shown)
Cast #2 (lower row): Brenda Massey-Beauregard and Rob Candy
The casts will alternate, as shown in the play schedule below:
(NOTE: On Friday October 8, the role of Andrew was played by David Borwick.)
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