Perth Summer Theatre 

 Join us for an afternoon performance in the lovely old town of Perth, Ontario, on  Wednesday, July 24, to see Pygmalion. 

Get together with a few friends and enjoy lunch first, or stay on after the show and sample an early supper at one of the delightful restaurants nearby.  If you need a ride, talk to Betty. She can link you with a driver. 
Contact Betty for tickets bettybe@rogers.com  or 613-721-9658

Map: How to get to Perth Classic Theatre



Wednesday, June 26th, 2:00 p.m.
(Pre-show chat at 1:30 p.m.)
 

The Voice of the Turtle

by

John van Druten

Tickets $38

(includes tax)

The 9th-longest running play in Broadway history is a remarkable comedy about the passions and excitement of World War II-era New York City. When young people from across the nation converge on the Big Apple, they discover new loves, share their dreams, and navigate the challenges of rapidly changing moral codes.

By the author of Bell, Book & Candle, I Am a Camera and There's Always Juliet.




Wednesday, July 24th, 2:00 p.m.
(Pre-show chat at 1:30 p.m.)

Pygmalion

by

George Bernard Shaw

Tickets $38

(includes tax)

Comic sparks fly when a bombastic professor of dialects tries to turn a working-class flower girl into an upper-class lady, in this most popular of Shaw’s plays (the basis for the musical My Fair Lady). Full of unforgettable Shavian characters – Henry Higgins, Eliza Doolittle, Colonel Pickering, and Alfred Doolittle, among others – it’s a legendary satire on class, gender, and particularly British mannerisms all served up with gentle and loving humour.



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