We can’t believe that there are only ten days left in our 2012 season – but that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to join us for one or two last hoorahs! There’s always something special about the final performances of a run – the energy is great. Here are a few of the moments I am excited to experience one last time before we bid our 60th season adieu on October 28.
Taking my daughter to see You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown one last time!  We’ve become Peanuts-obsessed at chez Middleton this season!
Enjoying a performance of The Matchmaker on October 25 with our fabulous social media followers. Watching real-life married couple Ben Carlson and Deb Hay fall in love on stage as the feuding foes Benedick and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing.
Do you want to win a pair of tickets to see Much Ado About Nothing tomorrow afternoon, August 21, at 2 p.m.? One of the (many) amazing things about the Festival is the variety of shows that theatregoers get to experience.  In the span of two days, you can see four different productions on the very same stage – where else does that happen?! Join us between August 19 and September 1 and see any show at the Festival Theatre (or all of them) for just $35!* Hurry, this great offer expires on September 1!
I’m more early bird than night owl, but when the opportunity arises to have a late-night chat with some of the company members in Stratford’s production of The Pirates of Penzance, I’m willing to push my bedtime back. Festival Friday Chats are free 30-minute post-show Q&A periods with the cast members of Festival productions. Aside from an Avon Theatre usher keeping time on the sidelines, there’s no barrier between us and the company members. An audience member asks the cast to define steampunk, the style on which the production’s design is based.
We also talk about things like the Festival’s audition and rehearsal processes, and the actors’ lives outside the Festival. Festival Friday Chats are free half-hour Q&A sessions with members of the Festival acting company. I arrive “just in time” (“late” is such a negative word) at the Festival Theatre Lobby for Star Talks: in-person interviews by the Toronto Star’s Chief Theatre Critic, Richard Ouzounian, with Festival company members. Star Talks is a series of interviews by the Toronto Star’s Chief Theatre Critic, Richard Ouzounian, with selected company members, followed by audience Q&A periods.
If you like Star Talks you may also enjoy Exhibition Talks, Festival Friday Chats, and Meet the Festival. From its humble beginnings in a tent along the Avon River to its current status as the largest classical repertory theatre in North America (and the second-largest Shakespeare festival in the world) the Festival has come a long way in its sixty seasons.
Want to learn more about the Stratford story, starting with that “glorious summer” way back in 1953? Buy one full-priced ticket to any performance of Henry V or Much Ado About Nothing in July or August, and receive your second ticket for the rate you would have paid during our first season –  $6 for A+ seating, $4 for A seating, $3 for B seating and $1 for C seating! Be the first to get an inside look at our productions and be informed of what's going on at the Festival throughout the season.
Stratford, Ontario, is truly a food lovin’ city, where farmers markets, restaurants, culinary festivals, community gardens, and artisans all thrive.
Many of the brightest lights cooking in Canada’s most successful restaurants today learned their chops at the Stratford Chefs School.


The high school Culinary Arts class taught by Paul Finkelstein at the ‘alternative cafeteria’ known as the Screaming Avocado Cafe serves as a model for educators around the world who want to connect kids with the food they eat. Community drop-in meals have line-ups out onto the street, and food banks find it difficult to keep up with an ever-growing demand. The Local Community Food Centre’s vision is to build access and skills so that everyone in our community can enjoy nutritious, quality food to lead a healthy life! The establishment of The Local Community Food Centre in Stratford has evolved out of a collaboration between local agencies – The United Way Perth-Huron and the multisector members of the Perth County Food Security Coalition – and Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC). The Local on FacebookThe Local Community Food Centre 1 day ago Wow over 30,000 volunteer hours were contributed across the national Community Food Centres Canada network in 2015.
Discover a season of legendary Shakespeare, thrilling musicals, reimaged classics, world premieres and more! The Stratford Festival has a season you can’t miss – act now to save on your choice of shows!
With 25 performances left, you can enjoy one of these brilliant 60th season productions: The Matchmaker, Much Ado About Nothing, 42nd Street, The Pirates of Penzance and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. I love coming to these performances to see how a show matures over the season, and I am always pleasantly surprised. I love a good musical and I love tap dancing, and the cast of 42nd Street deliver both amazingly well.
If you’re not able to make it, you still have 10 days to enjoy all of the wonderful production footage we have posted on our YouTube channel! We’re giving away thirty pairs of tickets to see this delicious Shakespearean comedy, and you could be one of the winners! Each year our head gardener, Anita Jacobson, creates a beautiful carpet bed featuring symbols or pictures that represent some of the plays from our season. This year’s bed features a nine-foot-by-nine-foot diamond in tribute of the Festival’s sixtieth season.
This season, 42nd Street (a splashy tap musical), Henry V (a powerful Shakespearean history play), The Matchmaker (a delicious farcical romp) and Much Ado About Nothing (one of Shakespeare’s  high comedies) can all been seen on the Festival stage within a span of forty-eight hours! Not valid on MMP performances or in conjunction with any other promotion, including SSP, Family Experience, TiXX and PlayOn. It’s the ideal opportunity to get the insider scoop on the show you just watched – or, in my case, a little late night entertainment. Four cast members are close behind the crowd: Jennifer Stewart, Ayrin Mackie, Geoffrey Tyler and Kyle Blair.
Blair tells us his favourite part of the show is singing “Oh, is there not one maiden breast?” to the female chorus. They occur following selected evening performances at their respective theatres on Friday nights in July and August. Ouzounian describes it, since “she had cheeks… when she was a child.” Their close relationship is reflected in the interview, which is casual and conversational.
On July 13, 1953, Festival founder Tom Patterson’s “big idea” became a reality when our inaugural performance of Richard III – directed by Tyrone Guthrie and starring Alec Guinness and Irene Worth – took to the stage.
Our five venues have welcomed more than 25 million visitors over the years – and that certainly gives us cause for celebration!
The ever-increasing cost of food further contributes to this problem, as nearly 8 percent of Perth County residents have been found to be “food insecure” (a term that basically means they cannot afford to put the kind of good food on their tables they would like to).


The Local Community Food Centre is being initiated as a partner site of CFCC and a Division of the United Way of Perth-Huron, who have recognized poverty reduction, and in particular reducing food insecurity, as one of the organization’s primary strategic goals. Offer is not valid on previously purchased tickets, on exchanges or in combination with any other offer or discount, including 2for1 dates.
Since it will be five long months until I see another production on the Festival’s stages, I always make sure I soak up every last second of the fun! Click here to get $20.12 tickets and to join me and our Social Marketing Coordinator, Christi Rutledge, at our pre-show reception – good food, good friends and lots of laughs thanks to The Matchmaker!
Inside of and bordering the centre diamond are five symbols, representing at least one production from each of our four theatres: the Festival, the Avon, the Tom Patterson and the Studio. Promotion is available online through our website or Stratford Social Ticketing on the Festival’s Facebook page.
Join us for our upcoming chats with company members of The Matchmaker, The Pirates of Penzance, and Much Ado About Nothing! What better way to beat this heat than with $39 tickets* to selected shows between now and August 4! Promotion is available through our website and through Stratford Social Ticketing on the Festival’s Facebook page. My fellow audience members ask, “Would you ever go on Mansbridge One on One?” (the host, Peter Mansbridge, is Ms Dale’s husband), “How old is your son?” and “How do you manage to keep bumping into C. Promotion is available through our Box Office, our website or Stratford Social Ticketing on the Festival’s Facebook page. If you're not happy with your purchase, please let us know why (we like lots of juicy details) and our customer service team will work with you to make things right. Offer is only valid for productions on the Festival Theatre stage from August 19 to September 1.  Promotion ends on September 1. However, in this case the only thing separating me from a Stratford leading lady and a top theatre critic is a couple of rows of chairs.
David Johnson?” (the pair most famously worked together on the television series Street Legal, as well as in the Festival production of The Sound of Music). Ouzounian will interview Ben Carlson and Deborah Hay, who play Benedick and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, on July 29 and will also interview Christopher Plummer on August 26 in the Avon Theatre (auditorium) following his closing performance. Patterson’s dream of starting a classical theatre to revitalize a struggling industry town remains one of the most inspirational stories of Canadian theatre! They discuss Ms Dale’s time away from the Festival and what it is like for her now returning as Dorothy Brock in 42nd Street. Ms Dale reminisces about stepping onto the Festival Stage for the first time and being reduced to tears at last season’s production of Camelot (Ms Dale played Guenevere in the 1997 production). View on Facebook·ShareThe Local Community Food Centre 5 days ago Let's work together to initiate change, healthy food is a right for all Canadians and we need to make sure that right is being fulfilled in our communities.



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