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DEFINITIVE PRODUCTION OF A CLASSIC

  “After watching several productions of this classic drama across a lifetime, for me, the Grand Theatre’s production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie is definitive.” – Burke Campbell Tennessee Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama, The Glass Menagerie, premiered in 1944, nearly … Continue reading

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A TIMELY STORY

      The Grand Theatre in London, Ontario, is one of the most beautiful in the country. Its interior is an architectural gem of the Victorian era, with a vast, cosy stage that provides the ideal frame for one … Continue reading

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AT THE FOREFRONT

“A dramatic masterpiece becomes a musical.” For all intents and purposes, the Americans invented and developed musical theatre, harnessing wonderful music and song to further a play’s storyline, and enhance and embellish the narrative with joyous and poignant lyrics. But … Continue reading

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