- One ticket to see Oh Canada, What a Feeling!: A Musical Odyssey
- When: Tuesday, August 11, through Sunday, August 16
- Where: The Princess of Wales Theatre
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- $46.50 for rows P–R of the orchestra or rows D–G of the dress circle (up to $100 value)
- $76.50 for rows AA–O of the orchestra or rows A–C of the dress circle (up to $130 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
Oh Canada, What a Feeling!: A Musical Odyssey
The musical legacy of the provinces runs deeper than the Great Bear Lake and sounds sweeter than the finest maple syrup—and Oh Canada, What a Feeling gives it all an upstanding salute. Taking cues from hit revues such as Rain and Let It Be, this sing-along story of a nation’s soundtrack takes shape thanks to a cast of young tribute singers and a full band, all backed by historical footage and nostalgia-stirring video vignettes of events from every major musical era.
In Part One of this adventure (with further chapters forthcoming), the theatrical time machine stretches all the way back to Guy Lombardo (Canada’s first big-band star), Paul Anka (Canada’s first teen idol), and Neil Young (Canada’s first singing sideburns), and continues through the ’70s radio reign of Anne Murray, Rush, The Band, and Gordon Lightfoot to the hook-filled ’80s rock of Loverboy and Bryan Adams. This slick salute, which is debuting in Toronto before a nationwide tour, features polished production from Annarin Productions (the team behind Rain and Bjorn Again), with period costumes from John Dunnett (Kinky Boots) and musical direction from JUNO award-winner Russell Broom.