Theatre Aurora is presenting "That Summer" by celebrated Canadian author David French. What is the play about? Briefly, it's Memorial Day 1990, and Margaret Ryan has returned from Vermont to the Ontario Cottage country where , 32 years before she was forced to vacation with her family. She then watches her younger self relive the innocence and beauty of that summer as the play moves inexorably back the heartbreak of a headlong surrender to experience , both won and lost in a single day.
I've managed to secure for us a group rate of only $18.00 per ticket (Regular $23.00) The show starts at 8:00 pm. So it's usually a good idea to get there at least 30 mins before. You can get your tickets at the box office then. Don't forget to mention you're with Meetup to get your discount.
Tickets can also be bought at the box office at the theatre Tues-Fri 6-8 pm or you can call[masked] and reserve your tickets that way. Make sure you tell them you're with the Meetup group to get your discounted price
This is a terrific play reminiscent of "Dirty Dancing" and "My American Cousin" and it is filled with both poignant and humourous moments. The play will have an ethereal look to it, as it is made mostly of Margaret's memory, but there'll be a lake on stage!
Best of all you get to come and see a fellow member on stage and help out a charitable organization such as Theatre Aurora.