The Segal Centre proudly unveiled April 10th its slate of spectacularly sizzling shows for the upcoming September season that will delight, tickle, challenge, provoke, and, naturally, entertain theatergoers for the theatrical calendar year to follow. Groundbreaking productions, assured future Broadway hits and everything in between are planned as Artistic & Executive Director Lisa Rubin wowed the assembled crowd of season ticket holders and other assorted theatre enthusiasts (and professionals), pulling the curtain off all of the dramatic delights to come.
For those who love their ear indulged by fantastic music in their theatre, for those who love gripping drama, for those who are enthralled by moving slices of history brought to life; there really will be something for everyone this coming fall at the Segal. From the historically haunting but positively inspirational The Pianist of Willesden Lane to a simply (and literally) divine sonic tale of cataclysmic family drama in Mythic, from the long-awaited return of stage songstress and Tony Award winner Louise Pitre and W. Joseph Masterson teaming up to exemplify, glorify and vocally personify the fiery 1960s counterculture’s Jewish contributions in The Times They Are a Changin’ to an unforgettable St. Petersburg to Beijing railway voyage of three women and one of their offspring in Siberian Summer, you will definitely want to climb aboard.
You won’t want to miss any of these and more great productions that begin to rise in fall of 2019 at the Segal Centre.
Visit segalcentre.org for more information or call the box office at (514) 739-7944 .