A QueenagerVIP Experience at the CAA Theatre

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A QueenagerVIP Experience at the CAA Theatre

Join us February 16th when we will be whisked away via our own private limo to the CAA Theatre complete with cocktail reception pre-show

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CAA Theatre 651 Yonge Street Toronto, ON M4Y 1Z9 Canada

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About this event

Ask yourself:

  • When was the last time you were in a limo?
  • When was the last time you arrived at the theatre like the VIP Queen that you are?
  • When was the last time you spent a fun evening with other women who are on the same journey as you?

If your answer to any of the above was more than a week ago, it's time you did something good for YOU!!

Join us on February 16th to see the Andrew Bovell production, "Things I Know to be True". A private limo will whisk us away from Pickering to the CAA Theatre. We'll be enjoying a pre-show cocktail reception with hors d'ourves at a location to be announced soon, and maybe a little surprise or two during the evening.

More About "Things I Know to be True"

A poignant family drama with universal resonance, Things I Know to be True is the story of a year in the life of the Price family. Bob (Tom McCamus), recently let go from his job at a car factory, and Fran (Seana McKenna), a registered nurse, have raised their four children — Pip, Mia, Ben, and Rosie — the best they could.

Now in their 60s, their children are grown, they should be slowing down and taking time to smell the roses and enjoy a job well done. But a parent’s job is never finished, and as the seasons change, Bob and Fran find themselves guiding and supporting their children as they each face life-altering changes that shake the foundation of the once-stable family home.

With insight and humanity, Bovell has tapped into the poetry, beauty, and tragedy of everyday life to create a deeply moving play that will resonate with anyone who has ever been part of a family.

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