COST: $495 pp for a double/triple occupancy, or $643 for single occupancy, and includes motorcoach transportation, a two night stay at the Windsor Hotel, and reserved seating for three shows.
Friday, October 18
5:30 am Bus departs Benedict's Terminal
Available Pickups: Mansfield, Painted Post
9:00 A rest stop will be made near Batavia
Noon Arrive in Stratford and check in to the WINDSOR HOTEL for your TWO NIGHT STAY.
2:00 pm (OPTIONAL) An option to buy separate tickets in advance on your own to see
Private Lives at the Avon Theatre.
8:00 pm RESERVED SEATS included to see THE FRONT PAGE.
Star reporter Hildy Johnson has had it with the newspaper business - until he finds himself
harboring a death row escapee with a tale to tell. Hildy's challenge now is to outwit corrupt
cops and rival journalists to get the scoop of a lifetime - without losing the love of his life.
Written by two former Chicago reporters, this 20th-century comedy is also a powerful and
timely drama of civic corruption and journalistic truth-telling.
Saturday, October 19
2:00 pm RESERVED SEATS are included to see BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL.
Dreams don't come easy in the hardscrabble coal mining town, riven by a bitter national strike,
where 11 year old Billy lives with his bereaved family. But Billy's discovery of his talents for dance
awakens in him a passion that will transform his life and win the hearts of his whole community.
A Tony-winning show about the transformative power of art. With its inspirational story, breathtaking
dance numbers and music by pop legend Elton John, this fresh new take on the smash-hit show -
reimagined for Stratford - will appeal to all.
8:00 pm RESERVED SEATS are included to see THE CRUCIBLE.
In the Puritan town of Salem, Massachusetts, farmer John Proctor has been conducting an illicit
relationship with a young woman in his employ. His refusal to take responsibility for his actions leads
to an epidemic of fear and suspicion that engulfs the guilty and the innocent alike.
Inspired by historical events but no less pertinent to our own times, this American classic by Arthur Miller
stands as a timeless tragedy of abusive behavior and its all-consuming consequences.
Sunday, October 20
9:00 am Check out and depart for home
Noon A fast food break will be made en route home.
4:00 pm Approximate return to the Terminal