Boston Marriage – April 7-26

Check out the reviews for Boston Marriage!
NNNN – Now Magazine
“Terrific production” – Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter

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The Headstrong Collective and Campbell House Museum present:

Boston Marriage

A play by David Mamet

Directed by Kelli Fox
Starring: Catherine McNally and Deborah Drakeford
Featuring: Charlotte Dennis

A seduction of words, Boston Marriage invites us into a world of innuendo, biting comedy, and Mamet’s sharp dialogue. Living together on the fringe of society’s elite in the 1890s, Anna and Claire, with their beleaguered maid Catherine, attempt to arrange a “vile” assignation with a respectable young lady. With their precarious lifestyle about to be stripped away, they are compelled to embrace the true nature of love.

April 9-11, 14-15, 17-18, 21-25 evening performances at 8 pm

April 12, 19, 26 matinees at 2:30 pm

Tickets: $20

To purchase, visit http://bostonmarriageto.bpt.me/ or call 416-597-0227 x.2.

STEREO LIVE!

Photograph of Edwin Huizinga and Keith Hamm performing in the Historic Kitchen

Announcing the new music series Stereo Live

February 27, Doors at 7, show at 8: Haydn, Beethoven and Canning (SOLD OUT)

April 3, Doors at 2, show at 3: Seven Last Words (SOLD OUT)

April 27, Doors at 7, Show at 8: Tubbs Duo and the Ultimate Bluegrass Jam (SOLD OUT)

Two of Toronto’s most exciting young talents – violinist Edwin Huizinga and violist Keith Hamm – announce “STEREO LIVE” a revolutionary new performance series at Campbell House Museum. Over a three-concert series, stars of the classical, indie rock, theatre, and bluegrass worlds will perform in a unique historic setting. The events will be intimate, casual, and elegant, with limited seating in Campbell House’s beautifully preserved space. Armed with a vision of bringing world-class music “to the people,” Huizinga and Hamm are committed to making the events unforgettable.
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The Listening Party

Even more music is coming to Campbell House as The Listening Party returns for its fourth season on Sunday evenings in March! Have a drink by the fire and enjoy an intimate evening of music in an elegant Georgian home.

This year’s line up features:

Ozere – March 8

The Wanted – March 22

Ken Yates – March 29

Door opens at 7 pm, show start at 7:30

Tickets $20 are available online: http://thelisteningparty.bpt.me or by calling the museum 416-597-0227 x.2.

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