Plaid Tid­ings at STC

The Sudbury Star - - ENTERTAINMENT -

The boys in plaid are com­ing to the Sud­bury Theatre Cen­tre from Dec. 6-22 to put a lit­tle har­mony into a dis­cor­dant world. Plaid Tid­ings, a spe­cial hol­i­day edi­tion of For­ever Plaid, is a heaven-sent hol­i­day treat that will lift your spir­its with clas­sic mu­sic sung in per­fect har­mony. Sprin­kled among the Christ­mas stan­dards are au­di­ence favourites like a ri­otous three-minute ver­sion of The Ed Sul­li­van Show fea­tur­ing the Rock­ettes and the Vienna Boys’ Choir, and their Plaid Caribbean Christ­mas, which puts the day-o in Ex­cel­sis. Play­wright Stu­art Ross wrote Plaid Tid­ings for the­atres in the United States af­ter the tragedy of 9/11. Be­sides cre­at­ing For­ever Plaid he has di­rected and/or writ­ten more than 50 pro­duc­tions through­out the USA, Canada and in­ter­na­tion­ally. Book your tick­ets on­line at sud­burythe­, call the box of­fice at 705-674-8381 or stop by in per­son at 170 Shaugh­nessy St.

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