Orillia Theatre/Double R Productions is thrilled to offer audiences Norm Foster’s “Sadie Flynn Comes to Big Oak”- a fantastic comedy to complete our 2016 season. Originally scheduled for August, this funny Norm Foster show was re-scheduled to October due to “creative changes”. Sadie Flynn opens October 27th at the newly renovated “St. Paul’s Centre” in Downtown Orillia at 62 Peter Street, North, and runs for 5 shows through to October 30th. The Centre has comfortable seating and is easily accessible.
Norm Foster’s “Sadie Flynn Comes to Big Oak” is a laugh riot- one of Norm Foster’s best! Big Oak is a typical, quiet, small Ontario Town until Sadie Flynn arrives on the bus. Sadie Flynn Stars Jim Dwyer, Gayle Carlyle, Laurie Herd and Rob Reid. Big Oakers will never be the same! You’ll “Tee-Hee” and “Guffaw” to your hearts delight. You’re sure to see familiar faces and characters in this Norm Foster classic! “Sadie Flynn” runs Oct 27, 28 & 29th at 8pm. Saturday October 29th at 2pm and Sunday October 30th at 7pm. A Hallowe’en Costume Contest with prizes for Best Costume is being held Oct 29th at 8pm. Through Brewery Bay Food Company– our Sadie Flynn show sponsor, we support our Opening Night Charity on Thursday Oct 27th– Green Haven Shelter for Women. Finally, as a part of this community we plan to “Dress for the Cause” Friday Night October 28th. Donate to Breast Cancer research at our Sadie Flynn show October 28th.
Tickets are $27pp. A Thursday and Saturday night Dinner and Show Package is available for $52. Tickets are available by phoning our Box Office at 705.242.4092. VISA/MasterCard accepted. Our Box Office at St. Paul’s Centre is open Oct 11-13, 18-20 and 24 to 26 from 11am until 2PM Daily. On our Sadie Flynn show dates, the Box Office is open from 11 to 2pm and 6 until 8pm. Cash/VISA and MasterCard accepted. Group bookingsor tours of 10 or more people -just $22.50 per person. There will be a special “Reserved Seating” section at St. Paul’s Centre for all groups and tours.
This year’s Media sponsors include Sunshine 89FM, Rogers TV and Focus 50 Magazine.