Theatre Burlington is looking to the future when we will be able to once again welcome you back. While returning may look different, know that we will be offering you the same quality productions that you have come to know.
Rest assured that the health and safety of our audience and membership is of the upmost importance to us. Theatre Burlington will be following the guidelines as set out by the City, Health and Government officials when the time comes.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back to Theatre Burlington when it is safe to do so. We love when you come to the theatre.
Yours in health,
Following the recommendations of our health professionals and Government, Theatre Burlington is heartbroken to announce the cancellation of our upcoming production of Monday After the Miracle. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all of our cast and crew for the hard work they have done for the production.
Keep safe and stay strong as we all make our way through this difficult time. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back to Theatre Burlington when it is safe to do so. We love when you come to the theatre.
Yours in health,
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, Theatre Burlington has now postponed it’s production of Monday After the Miracle until the end of May, 2020.
Final dates will be confirmed once we are sure that the health and safety of our Patrons and Membership is not compromised. The box office will continue to operate through box office phone number (905-639-7700).
For our Season ticket holders our box office will be in touch with you directly to discuss your tickets.
We understand this a unique situation but truly feel it is necessary to help in the prevention of the spread of illness in our community.
We look forward to see you all back at Theatre Burlington. We love when you come to the theatre.
Thank you for you understand,
On behalf of The Board of Theatre Burlington.
By William Gibson
Directed by Sondra Learn
Produced by Penny Oliver
This sequel to “The Miracle Worker” takes place in Boston and continues the story of Helen Keller. Now 23 and Annie Sullivan, 37, share the joys of accomplishment, the long, slow process of self-awareness, and the love that binds them. John Macy, a young English instructor from Harvard is hired to help with the editing of Helen’s remarkable biography Annie falls in love with John and they marry.
In time, Annie finds her loyalties divided and Helen struggles with jealousy, loneliness and fear of abandonment. This is an emotionally charged, profound and rewarding story.
As the play ends, the two women accept the inescapable truth of their condition – that they are inextricably bound together and must find, in each other, whatever rewards life might bring.
Please note this play contains mature content & strong language
Dates: April 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 2020
Curtain 8:00 PM
Cash payment and ticket pickup at the door.