Category: Lively Arts Lively Arts

October 30, 2016: 2:00 pm -

Drama_Masks_by_so_aesthetic[1]LIVELY ARTS
Open to all CFUW members. Join us for fun outings by local live theatre, musical, and dance groups. Members plan the event including choosing the performance, and buying & distributing the tickets. The day and time is dependent on the available choices, but we prefer Sunday matinees and may also have a pre-show luncheon. Female guests are welcome when we’re trying to attain group rates.

Contact Pat Paulin


2016-17 Lively Arts Outings

October 30, 2016 The Fighting Days - a play about the fierce Canadian women who were a part of the fight for women's right to vote 100 years ago.
ECT production at the 1st Ontario Performing Arts Centre
Cost: $35: Lunch: N'ata Cosa, 259 St Paul St. St Catharines
RSVP by Oct 15: Jean Armitage, Marian Lips or Diana Bessada
November 13, 2016  

It Runs in the Family - Set in a hospital common room at Christmas time, the play focuses on a self-important neurologist, Dr. Mortimore. He is just about to give the lecture of his career (with a knighthood depending on it) when he finds himself pelted with the surprise fruit of a misspent youth.
Thorold Community Theatre, Trinity United Church, 15 Pine St, Thorold
Cost: $15
Lunch: Johnny Rocco's, 271 Meritt St, St Catharines
RSVP by Nov 3rd: Jean Tonogai, Mary-Clare Cavasin, Anne Marie Stockwell

December 4, 2016  

Spamalot - a very funny, farcical, British satire about the fabled reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Garden City Productions, Mandeville Theatre, Ridley College
Cost: $28
Lunch: Lina Linguini's, 111 4th Ave. St Catharines
RSVP by Oct 30th: Donna Cole, Mary Jane Waszynski, Olga Zwozda

January 22, 2017
4:00 p.m.
Moonlight - movie  - A timeless story of human self-discovery and connection.
1st Ontario PAC Film House, 250 St. Paul St.
Cost $9
Dinner after movie: N’ata Cosa, 259 St Paul St.
RSVP by Jan 10: Carrie Kelly, Gill Okita
February 26th, 2017
2:00 p.m.

Drawer Boy - the adventures of a young actor from a Toronto theatre group who visits the rural Ontario home of two elderly bachelor farmers to "research" farm life for a new play.
ECT Production
Robertson Theatre, 1st Ontario PAC, 250 St. Paul St.
Cost $35 (less with 10+people)
Lunch:  Dani's Bistro
RSVP by February 10th
Contact: Eleanor Reed, Barb Legg, Vicki Little

March 26th, 2017 2:00 p.m. No Tell Motel – a romantic comedy
Peninsula Players Community Theatre, Trinity United Church, 100 Main St W., Grimsby
Cost: $17 Adult; $15 Seniors
Lunch: 12 noon, The Syndicate Restaurant, 13 Mountain St., Grimsby
RSVP by Feb. 16th - Drop off or mail payment to Pat Paulin or pay at the February meeting
Contacts: Pat Paulin, Rosalba Martino, Marion Cross
 May 5th, 2017 8 p.m.  The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Firehall Theatre, 4990 Walnut St, Niagara Falls
Cost $20; Seniors $18
Dinner: TBD
RSVP ASAP, Payment due Mar. 14th: Marg Thibeault, Margaret Grunstein, Elinor O’Neil

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