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Message from the Executive DirectorMessage from The BoardThe past year has been an incredible one for me for a number of reasons,not the least of which was that I got to experience the amazing 2017/2018Season, our most successful season to date, with you all. I’ve discoveredthat there is an inspiring sense of purpose at BPAC, an incredible team, aremarkable Board, and a brand that is becoming recognized and renownedin the community for its commitment to the performing arts.Welcome to The Burlington Performing Arts Centre’s 2018/2019 Season!We are delighted to invite you to be entertained, engaged, and inspired byour eighth season of outstanding performing arts.I am incredibly proud of the collection of performances I have curated forour 18/19 Season - our most diverse and inclusive season to date. Togetherwe will learn about other cultures while being wildly entertained with AliHassan’s Muslim Interrupted, Anandi Bhattacharya’s Voice of Modern India,and Hot Brown Honey. This season we welcome the deaf community toexperience the beauty of live music when Raine Hamilton presents herconcert complete with live ASL interpretation. We challenge you to changethe way that you see people with disabilities in Ahuri Theatre’s This is thePoint. We provide a welcoming space and a warm audience for two distinctperformances made up entirely of casts of new Canadians in both EnanaDance Theatre’s Julia Domna, and in KUNÉ: Canada’s Global Orchestra.You, our patrons, have been essential to all we have accomplished sofar, and to all that is still possible. Thank you for being so central toBPAC’s success, for supporting the organization and for supporting theperforming arts in Burlington. I look forward — with great anticipation —to experiencing together our 2018/2019 Season and beyond.2018/2019 marks the first Season programmed by Executive DirectorTammy Fox. You will find continuity with past programming in our FamilySeries, Classical Matinees, and returning favourites John McDermott,Jesse Cook, and The Nutcracker, as well as exciting new directions inprogramming with events such as BiRDMAN LiVE, Capturing Pablo Escobar,MOMIX, play readings, and more.In addition to bringing the best in performing arts to Burlington, TheBurlington Performing Arts Centre will continue to provide the communitywith impactful arts learning experiences. We encourage you to join us forinteractive events and workshops through our Community Engagementinitiatives, our free Jazz Fest performances on August 11 and 12, and ourCulture Days events on September 29 and 30.On behalf of the Board of Directors, we would like to thank our patrons,volunteers, donors, and sponsors for their ongoing support, and we lookforward to experiencing this dynamic season with all of you!Ilene ElkaimOutgoing Board Chair2015-2018Rick BurgessIncoming Board Chair2018Tammy FoxExecutive Director2 905.681.6000burlingtonpac.ca 3

Season at a Glance4 905.681.6000CARL DIXON:Whole ‘NotherThing – Songs andStories from aLife on the RoadNOV 3, 4NOV 9NOV 11CanadianRep Theatre:HELEN’SNECKLACENOV 18JANE BUNNETT& MAQUEQUEwith Special GuestCOLLEEN ALLENTOM ALLEN:From Weimarto VaudevilleROYALWOODNOV 23NOV 3NOV 4NOV 9NOV 15OCT 11OCT 13OCT 14CarouselPlayers:PETER PANMARTIN LEVAC:Dance Into TheLightTWINFLAMESClassic AlbumsLive:AC/DC BACK INBLACKDEC 5THANK YOU FORBEING A FRIENDThe UltimateGolden GirlsExperienceLEGACY:A Tribute toGord DownieCIRQUE LE ROUX:The Elephant InThe RoomTarragon Theatre:COTTAGERS ANDINDIANSA VERYELECTRICCHRISTMASLightwire TheaterDEC 13DREAMWALKERDANCE CO.:Memory Is TheHistory ofForgettingMOMIX:OpusCactusANANDIBHATTACHARYAThe Voice ofModern IndiaA NEXTGENERATIONLEAHYCHRISTMASDECEMBERMOONvs SUNCAPTURINGPABLO ESCOBARAn Evening withJavier Peña andSteve MurphyBOX OFFICE905-681-6000DEC 2OCT 21Canadian RepTheatre:GARAGE SALE –A Staged PlayReadingOCT 26TONY DANZA:Standards &StoriesCOWBOYJUNKIESOCT 17An Evening WithRICKY SKAGGSandKentucky ThunderWHISKEY JACKPresentsThe Stories &Songs ofStompin’ TomOCT 21MICHAEL KIM:The Evolution ofthe PianoOCT 25MAGIC!OCT 26THEJIM CUDDYBANDOCT 27OCT 19OCT 16OCT 14OCT 12OCT 5OCTOBERNOV 16TallBoyz II MenJEREMYHOTZNOV 22ENANA DANCE THEATRE:Julia DomnaDEC 7, 8ALI HASSAN: Muslim InterruptedLA OTRA ORILLA: UnpluggedDEC 20ENANA DANCE THEATRE:Julia DomnaSEPT 30SEPT 29OKANNOV 15-18NOVEMBERSEPTEMBERJOHNMCDERMOTTCHRISTMASwith SpecialGuests DALATHE NUTCRACKERThe State BalletTheatre ofRussiaTHEANDY KIMCHRISTMASburlingtonpac.caburlingtonpac.ca 5

6 905.681.6000MAR 7MAR 8, 9MAR 15GandiniJuggling:SIGMAMAR 16The Toronto SketchComedy Festival: TheBest of the FestFeaturing GAVINCRAWFORD &BRUCE MCCULLOCHMAR 21Erth’sPREHISTORICAQUARIUMADVENTUREAPR 5MAR 5MAR 8JESSECOOKHOTBROWNHONEYCANADIANCONTEMPORARYDANCE THEATRE:Teasing GravityMAY 12BOX OFFICE 905-681-6000burlingtonpac.caAhuri TheatrepresentsTHIS ISTHE POINTANTONIOSÁNCHEZ:BiRDMAN LiVEGIRLSNITEOUTJUN 16FEB 3FEB 8GOWANTheatreworks USAMAR 10HOLLYCOLEPETETHE CATGRYPHONTRIO:Piano, withString AttachedMAR 15-17LIZT ALFONSODANCE CUBA:Made In CubaCanadian RepTheatre:HOW DO ILOVE THEE?A Staged PlayReadingSPINMAR 17FEB 15THE SLEEPINGBEAUTYThe State BalletTheatre of RussiaFEB 14FEB 9Canada’s GlobalOrchestraFEB 21KUNÉ –ALICIASVIGALS:The YellowTicketFEB 16RAINEHAMILTON HOSTED BYGLENN GOULD:Art of TimeEnsembleFEB 27MIKE SUPER:Magic &llusionFEB 28FEB 7FEB 2FEBRUARYEvalyn Parry’sCHRIS GIBBS:Like Father,Like Son?SorryAPRIL/MAY/JUNEAPR 5, 6SHAUN BOOTHEpresentsThe OBS & LOLO:Sing, Danceand Play!APR 18I MOTHER EARTH FINGER 11Classic AlbumsLive:ELTON JOHN’SGREATEST HITSMAY 26ONE THING LEADSTO ANOTHERA Young People’sTheatre ProductionJAN 25UPRIGHTCITIZENSBRIGADETouring CompanyJAN 31JAN 18MARCHJAN 27JANUARYANAGNOSON &KINTON:The OrchestralPianoburlingtonpac.ca 7

How to Purchase Tickets2018 Humber Jazz FestBox Office905-681-6000In the event of rain, performances will be moved inside the venue.Join us outside on the plaza at The Burlington Performing Arts Centrefor four FREE jazz performances – rain or shine!Onlineburlingtonpac.caSHIRANTHA BEDDAGE QUINTETIn person440 Locust Street, Burlington, Ontario L7S 1T7The Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday from Noon to 4pm.The Box Office is also open one hour prior to a performance.SAT AUG 11 4pmTwo-time JUNO-nominated musician Shirantha Beddage is abaritone saxophonist, composer and educator from Toronto.His original music combines hard bop and modern jazz tocreate a sound that is both accessible and sophisticated.His compositional skills have won him accolades such asthe Montreal Jazz Festival Galaxie Rising Star Award andrecognitions at the Canadian Songwriting Competition.Patron InformationAccessibility If you require wheelchair or accessible seating please contact theBox Office by phone or in-person. Hearing devices are available in both venues.Please reserve a device when ordering your tickets.ELISE LEGROWSAT AUG 11 6pmWith a thunderous rasp and spellbinding style, EliseLeGrow is a Canadian powerhouse who melds fiery passionwith just a hint of sandpapery grit. On her debut albumPlaying Chess she takes on one of the most formidable backcatalogs in music history – Chicago’s Chess Records –reimagining songs by some of the greatest blues, soul andR&B singers in history.Cameras and Media Devices Photography and recording are strictlyprohibited in the theatres.Cell Phones Please turn off or mute all electronic devices before enteringthe theatres.Food and Beverages Pre-order your drink before the performance and it will beready for you at intermission. You may take your drinks to your seats at selectperformances. All food is prohibited in the theatres.COCO LOVE ALCORNBabes in Arms Every person must have a ticket in order to be admitted to aperformance. This policy applies to everyone, including children and infants.SUN AUG 12 2pmCoco is always in the moment; joyful and genuine, soulfuland compelling. She sings joyful soul; a combination of herdiverse musical influences, including jazz, pop, R&B andfolk. Her voice has been hailed as extraordinary, beautifuland stunning. Her playful and witty character, love ofimprovising and her willingness to engage fearlessly withthe audience has made Coco Love Alcorn an establishedpresence on the Canadian music scene.Latecomers Shows will start promptly. Out of respect to fellow audience membersand the performers on stage, latecomers will be seated at the discretion of theFront of House Coordinator, usually following a pause in the program.Scent-Free Environment In consideration of those who have allergies andsensitivities, please refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes, and other scentedproducts when attending a performance at the theatre.Smoking The Burlington Performing Arts Centre is a smoke-free facility. Smokersshould stand at least 9 meters away from the building.MIKE DOWNES QUARTETSUN AUG 12 4pmThe Mike Downes Quartet features four of Canada’s topmusicians -Mike Downes (JUNO award winner 2014 and2018), Robi Botos (JUNO award winner 2016), Ted Quinlan(JUNO nomination 2003) and Larnell Lewis (Grammyaward winner with Snarky Puppy 2017). Winners of the2018 JUNO award for Jazz Album of the Year, these fourtalented jazz musicians have everything covered!Questions or feedback? We want to hear from you!Email us at: bpacboxoffice@burlington.caGET SOCIAL WITH US!@burlingtonpac8 905.681.6000Sponsored By@burlingtonpac@burlington pacburlingtonpac.ca 9

2018 Cultural Diversity FestivalJoin us to celebrate our community’s cultural diversity at our inaugural CulturalDiversity Festival, supported by the City of Burlington’s ‘Cultural DiversityInitiative’. Together with our local cultural partners, including the Halton BlackHistory Awareness Society and Redleaf Cultural Integration, we will present anexciting and diverse line-up of performers, as well as free workshops, lectures andevents that celebrate inclusivity.ENANA DANCE THEATRE:Julia DomnaSAT SEPT 29 SUN SEPT 307pm4pmMain TheatreRegular 20 Member 15(Includes Fees Tax)Since the 1990’s, ENANA’s strategic vision has been to promote the art of danceand expose the audience to the Arabic culture and civilization, basing its roots inthe history of Syrian and Arab folklore.Julia Domna is a dramatic dance performance reflecting Arab culture, and highlightsthe life of an Arab princess and her ill-fated love affair with a Roman emperor. Aftera sold-out run at Toronto’s Luminato Festival in 2010, the show will be re-mounted,featuring a multi-cultural cast of Canadian newcomers.OKANSAT SEPT 292pmLA OTRA ORILLA: UnpluggedSUN SEPT 302pmThe Plaza FREE!The Plaza FREE!Blending jazz, Afro-Cuban andworld rhythms, OKAN’s co-leaders,composers and multi-instrumentalistsElizabeth Rodriguez and MagdelysSavigne bring a fresh perspective toLatin and world jazz fusion through theirpowerful vocals, incredible musicianshipand potent lyrical content.La Otra Orilla offers an exploration ofthe different styles of flamenco andan intimate conversation betweensong, dance and guitar. This powerful,dynamic show will appeal as much topurist aficionados as newcomers to theart of flamenco.FREE!FREE!ALI HASSAN:Muslim InterruptedSAT SEPT 298pmCommunity Studio TheatreRegular 20 Member 15(Includes Fees Tax)Ali Hassan is a stand-up comic, rising star of television, film, radio and stage andgenerally harmless Muslim who is known for his improvisational abilities withaudiences, as well as for his charm and wit. As a father of four, Hassan is wellversed in dodging difficult questions - but when his kids start to ask about religionin general and Islam in particular, Ali begins to consider his heritage. In this soloshow, Ali delivers a bitingly funny piece of work on flunking out of Sunday school,ingesting forbidden fruits, and becoming a cultural Muslim.TallBoyz II MenSUN SEPT 307pmCommunity Studio TheatreRegular 20 Member 15(Includes Fees Tax)Sponsored By10 905.681.6000Stay tuned for moreculturally diverseperformances andworkshops to be added!Join us for an evening of stand up and sketch comedy with a diverse groupof comedians being diverse diversely. The troupe is made up of four ofToronto’s hottest new comics: Vance Banzo, Guled Abdi, Tim Blairand Franco Nguyen who met performing in the Toronto standup comedy scene. TallBoyz aims to take sketch comedyto new heights! Nothing is off limits or out ofreach. Count on these four “Boyz” to tell itlike it is, unapologetically.burlingtonpac.ca 11

MUSIC OCTOBEROCTOBER MUSIC 5.00THE JIM CUDDY BANDFRI OCT 58pmMain TheatreRegular 89.50(Includes Fees Tax)Member 84.50(Includes Fees Tax)“his vocal work isoften astonishinglybeautiful Cuddyhas. perfected theart of the countrypop song”– exclaim.ca12 905.681.6000As one of the founding members and creative forcesbehind Blue Rodeo, Jim Cuddy has received nearlyevery accolade Canada can bestow upon a musician,from the Order of Canada and induction into theCanadian Music Hall of Fame, to countless JUNOAwards and a Star on Canada’s Walk of Fame. Cuddyhas spent over 35 years writing songs that havebecome an extraordinary songbook, and a soundtrackto many Canadian lives. His newest album,Constellation, was recorded during the summer andfall of 2017 at Blue Rodeo’s Toronto headquarters.As is the case with all great songwriters, Cuddy’smusic has taken on deeper meaning with the passageof time, no small feat considering he has pennedsome of the most memorable songs in our nation’scanon. What comes across on Constellation is less ofa separation between the bitter and the sweet, as issometimes evident with Blue Rodeo, but rather anemotional honesty that resonates across the album.WhiskeyJackWHISKEY JACK PresentsFeaturingTheStories & Songs of Stompin’ TomTHURS OCT 118pmWhiskey Jack started collecting the songs andstories that eventually became part of WhiskeyJack Presents Stories and Songs of Stompin’ Tom inMain Theatre1990 when Duncan Fremlin, Whiskey Jack’s leader,toured with Canada’s beloved folk singer-songwriterRegular 59INSIDEStompin’ Tom Connors for the first time. There were(Includes Fees Tax)GordonLightfoot,AdrienneClarkson along the way, culminating in thismany adventuresMember 54andLionaBoydrememberTom100%Canadianshow that is not only a portrait(Includes Fees Tax)of their years on stage with Stompin’ Tom, butThe Trademark Name “Stompin’ Tom” is usedalso features anecdotes and songs from their timeunder Licence from Stompin’ Tom Ltd.spent as cast members on the CBC’s Tommy HunterShow. The concert includes all the hits, as2017-11-03well as2:07a PMWJ TOM program 10 17.indd 1multi-media presentation of audio clips and imagesfrom the band’s many years on stage with these twoCanadian giants.“They turn ageold Stompin’Tom songs intocontemporarymasterpieces”“Whiskey Jack nails Dad’s music”– The Toronto Star– Stompin’ Tom Jr.burlingtonpac.ca 13

OCTOBER MUSICMUSIC OCTOBERMAGIC!COWBOY JUNKIESFRI OCT 128pmSAT OCT 138pmMain TheatreRegular 69(Includes Fees Tax)Member 64(Includes Fees Tax)“ pop tropicalparadise ”– Renownedforsound.com“Whether it’s fun andpoppy or slow andsimple, Magic! is ableto execute each songin their own style.”– Thepier.org14 905.681.6000MAGIC! is a Toronto-bred, Los-Angeles-basedreggae-pop-fusion band best known for theirmassive hit singles ‘Rude’ and ‘Baby Let YourHair Down’, both from 2014’s Don’t Kill theMagic! , which charted #1 in several countriesworldwide. The quartet not only scored thesong of the summer with ‘Rude’, selling morethan ten million singles and boasting over onebillion views on VEVO, but they have also beennominated for countless awards, includingJUNOs, SOCAN, MuchMusic Video Awards,Billboard Music Awards, American MusicAwards. Over the past four years MAGIC! hasestablished itself as a bonafide sensation thanksto its undeniably catchy sound, superlativesongwriting, and masterful musicianship. Now,MAGIC! is back with the smash hit ‘Darts InThe Dark’ and gearing up for their new album,Expectations.Main TheatreRegular 59(Includes Fees Tax)Member 54(Includes Fees Tax)Canadian alternative country/blues/folk rockband Cowboy Junkies have clearly connectedwith audiences around the world, having soldover four million records. The band, formed inToronto in 1985, shot to fame with their seminalalbum The Trinity Sessions which featured theirdefining melancholic hit singles ‘Sweet Jane’and ‘Misguided Angel’. Now, over 30 yearslater, Margo Timmins, Michael Timmins, PeterTimmins, and Alan Anton tour North America,Europe, Japan and Australia, as they continue tocreate and share their distinctive sound.“The band, one of the best culturalcontributions ever to come out ofToronto, still sound great”– New Haven Registerburlingtonpac.ca 15

OCTOBER CLASSICALSPECTACLE OCTOBERMICHAEL KIM:The Evolution of the PianoMOMIX: Opus CactusSUN OCT 144pmSUN OCT 147pmCommunity StudioTheatreRegular 49(Includes Fees Tax)Member 44(Includes Fees Tax)Sponsored byMichael Kim is an international concert pianist andDirector of the University of Minnesota’s School ofMusic, who will transport you on a musical journeythrough the evolution of the piano. Infused withinteresting and entertaining anecdotes, this programtravels through the churches of Bach to the courtyardsof Mozart and Brahms, and takes you to the greatconcerts stages of Chopin and Liszt and as far as thejazz halls of Gershwin. Kim has won grand prizes atnumerous international piano competitions, as wellas the CBC National Radio Competition for YoungPerformers and the Canadian Music Competition.THE ART OF THE PIANO – Classical SeriesBPAC presents a 4-concert series showcasing themagnificent instrument: the piano, with some ofCanada’s keyboard masters.“Kimwas mosteffective andexpressive, he hasa big techniqueand a razor-sharpattack.”– The Boston GlobeRegular 79(Includes Fees Tax)Member 74(Includes Fees Tax)Youth 35(Includes Fees Tax)Classical music aficionados – don’t miss the otherthree performances in the classical The Art of PianoSeries: Hosted by Glenn Gould: Art of Time Ensemble pg 40Gryphon Trio: Piano, with String Attached pg 50Anagnoson & Kinton: The Orchestral Piano pg 58“A feast for the eyes, thisperformance will linger in mysubconscious for years to come.”– Christina Pandolfi,Broadway WorldClassical music aficionados will also enjoy: 16 905.681.6000Main TheatreKnown for their famous dance / acrobatic /contortionist skills as well as for presenting worksof exceptional inventiveness and physical beauty,MOMIX is a world-renowned company of dancerillusionists founded and directed by Moses Pendleton.Touring the world for the past 35 years, the companynot only performs live in theatres, but has also beenfeatured on television, feature films, commercials,and in large-scale world events. MOMIX: Opus Cactusis a remarkable series of 18 vignette reflectionson desert habitats of the American Southwest,combining dance and movement with illusion andmystery, utilizing lighting effects, costumes, props,and music for a complete sensory experience.Tom Allen: From Weimar to Vaudeville pg 30burlingtonpac.ca 17

OCTOBER MUSICMUSIC OCTOBERLEGACY: A Tribute toGord DownieAn Evening WithRICKY SKAGGS and Kentucky ThunderTUES OCT 168pmMain TheatreRegular 89.50(Includes Fees Tax)Member 84.50(Includes Fees Tax)“Bluegrass veteranRicky Skaggs led hisKentucky Thunderoutfit through aspirited romp worthyof the Grand OleOpry sizzling, pickin’and grinnin’.”– The Globe & MailRicky Skaggs struck his first chords on a mandolinover 50 years ago, and now this multiple-awardwinning musician, whose songs are some of the mostbeloved and most awarded in country music history,continues to do his part to lead the recent rootsrevival in music. With an astounding 14 GrammyAwards over the course of his illustrious career,Skaggs

JEREMY 4 Tarragon Theatre: COTTAGERS AND INDIANS OCTOBER SEPTEMBER DECEMBER NOVEMBER OCT 5 OCT 12 OCT 14 OCT GARAGE SALE – 21 OCT 26 OCT 27 OCT 19 OCT 16 OCT 13 OCT 14 25 OCT 26 OCT 21 OCT 17 OCT 11 . GIRLS NITE OUT CHRIS GIBBS: Like Father, Like Son? Sorry BOX OFFICE 905-681

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