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Show Info

A darkly comedic new musical about a group of homosexual prisoners interred in a WWII Nazi concentration camp in 1943. Crammed into isolated barracks, suffering through hard labour and torture behind anything imaginable, these men find strength through art by secretly producing a cabaret. Using their wit, talent and art, they find a way to survive, hold on to their identity, and maintain a sense of humanity.

This show will run approximately 2.5 hours, including one intermission. This show contains strong language and mature subject matter.

Recommended for ages 12 and up. Babes in arms & children under 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

Noteable Dates:
Pay What You Can Performance - Tue, Oct 23, 7:30pm
Industry Night - Tue, Oct 30, 7:30pm
Talkback Night - Wed, Oct 31, 7:30pm

Playing on our Scotiabank Stage.
 

Theatre FYI

Babes in Arms and children under four (4) years of age are not permitted in the theatre. Children must be able to occupy their own seats, due to fire regulations.
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Photography or recording of any kind is strictly forbidden in the theatre.
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Please turn off all cellular devices during the show and do not text during the show, as it is distracting to other patrons and the actors on stage.
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There is no food, coffee, or tea permitted inside the theatre.  Alcohol purchased at our lobby bars is permitted inside the theatre.
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Please check the time and date of your tickets when purchasing - tickets are non-refundable and missed performances cannot be exchanged.
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Online ticket sales will end approximately 1 hour before showtime.