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The Broadway star Louise Pitre is appearing at Toronto’s Theatre Pass Muraille with her new show “On The Rocks.”

Louise is best known for her role as Donna Sheridan in the ABBA-themed musical “Mamma Mia!“, which earned her a Tony Award nomination. She received rave reviews for her performances as Fantine in “Les Misérables” (Toronto, Montreal and Paris) and the title character in “Edith Piaf.”

You can win a night in Toronto and tickets to “On the Rocks.”

You’ll receive a one night stay for two, in a deluxe room, at the Eaton Chelsea Toronto.

Centrally located within walking distance to the city’s subway as well as the thriving business and shopping districts, Eaton Chelsea, Toronto offers travellers efficient and comfortable accommodation in the heart of the city.


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Contest ends 4:30pm Tuesday September 24th. One winner will be selected at random. Please only enter once.

Prize consists of a pair of tickets to see the Thursday Sept. 26th, 7:30pm performance of “On the Rocks” at Theatre Passe Muraille and a one night stay for two, in a deluxe room, at the Eaton Chelsea Toronto on Thurs. Sept. 26th.

The winner will be contacted via Facebook message.

Ticket details for “On The Rocks.”

For behind the scenes details about “On The Rocks,” listen to my podcast interview with Louise on “The Inadequate Life.”

Thanks to Louise Pitre, Theatre Passe Muraille, and the Eaton Chelsea Toronto.

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Comment to Win a Night at the Eaton Chelsea Toronto and Show Tickets

Keith Tomasek
10 September 2013
Theatre Marketing Uncategorized

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