Had to keep reminding myself that the horse was not real! Found the play a little long, but good story, amazing effects.
I had the pleasure of seeing Mamma Mia 7 times during it's extended run in Toronto during the spring/summer of 2010. Each performance was fantastic and was delivered by a top rate cast and an incredible 9 piece pit orchestra which was led by both Bill Congdon and Faith Seetoo respectively. The theater could not have been more well suited... More
We did the lottery and got tickets for only $25. It was a wonderful show. If you do the lottery afterwards go next door to Tim Hortons and have lunch or a snack. If you get lucky you may see some of the stars of the play coming in to get coffee and sandwiches.
If you ever get a chance to see this live theatre production - don't hesitate! The cast and puppets were absolutely amazing. I got in on a "lottery" draw for front row seats - go to the ticket office 2 hours before show time and enter your name. Paid $25 for my ticket and felt like I was actually in... More
Went to see War Horse. Really innovative and interesting theater. Paid $45 for the tixs & there aren't any really bad seats. TIP; Look at the theater diagram and pick the row behind the higher price. We were in the balcony in row J for $45 and the person sitting in front of me paid $70. If you want dinner... More
We saw War Horse here this past weekend. Not only was the show incredible, but the theatre itself is worth seeing. It is located in the heart of the entertainment district and very close to several places to eat. We sat in the back of the first balcony, and the seats were great. Definitely worth the relatively low price we... More
They did an awesome job on this production the horses were amazing
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