First published in 1939, Goodbye to Berlin is a brilliant evocation of the decadence and repression, glamour and sleaze of Berlin society in the 1930s – the time when Hitler slowly starts his move to power. It is inhabited by a wealth of characters: the unforgettable and “divinely decadent” Sally Bowles; Fräulein Schroeder, Peter and Otto, a gay couple struggling to come to terms with their relationship; and the distinguished and doomed Jewish family, the Landauers. $24.95
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Shaw Festival eNews subscribers can enjoy 2-for-1 admission to the acclaimed exhibition Ron Thom and the Allied Arts at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum – now through April 27 only. Ron Thom was one of Canada’s greatest architects – arguably our Frank Lloyd Wright – and also the architect of The Shaw’s Festival Theatre. The exhibition presents a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at his masterpieces (between 1947-1972) and how ceramics – with his reverence of the Mingei folk craft movement – became essential to his total design aesthetic. For more information, visit gardinermuseum.com
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*Offer valid until April 27, 2014. Not applicable Fridays 4-9pm. Price of admission will be based on category value of greater or equal value. Cannot be combined with other discounts or special offers.
Congratulations to Brad D. from Burlington who has won this month’s contest for Backstage Pass subscribers. He will receive a pair of tickets to a 2014 performance of The Philadelphia Story. Backstage Pass subscribers are automatically entered to win each month.