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Feature Article - June 14, 2007

Rural Routes invites you to the theatre

On August 23, at 8 pm, we’re off to the 1000 Island Playhouse in Gananoque to enjoy an evening of exhuberant entertainment - the toe-tapping musical, Anne & Gilbert.

This play is based on the next books in the Anne of Green Gables series, and adds a contemporary sensibility to the now-grown Anne, who is still full of firey idealistic imagination and still at temperamental odds with her more conventional companions. The musical boasts loveable characters, lively east coast music and lots of romance! Music by Bob Johnson and Nancy White (of CBC radio fame), book by Jeff Hochhauser. Seen for the first time outside PEI.


On September 29, we're off to Stirling Festival Theatre to enjoy ELVIS - The Way it Was! Tribute artist Stephen Kabakos plays Elvis Presley from the Golden to the Vegas years. Stephen is one of the most highly-praised and sought-after Elvis stylists in the country and was crowned Grand Champion at the 2001 Images of the King World Competition in Memphis, Tennessee. He delivers an astonishing high-energy stage performance mastering the look, sound, and mannerisms of the King of Rock and Roll.

The show covers Elvis' entire career from the early Sun Studio recordings to the explosive concert years. A must see for all who remember "The King" and remain

faithful fans through the years!

Transportation and Admission are included in the price of $55 for each event. Please call Jane at Rural Routes Transportation Service 613-279-2044 to book your tickets. Don't Wait - only 12 tickets available for each performance!

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