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The Gondoliers (or, the King of Rock and Roll)

By Jane Reynolds
North Toronto Players
The Gondoliers tells the classic story of boy married to girl in babyhood. Boy, lost in babyhood. Girl, grown up, not sure which of several boys she’s actually married to, this Gondoliers is set in 1977. The search is on for the lost son of Elvis. The action begins in Venice and leads to Las Vegas where all the secrets are revealed.

The North Toronto Players have been performing for over 50 years and are known for their innovative updates. Gilbert and Sullivan’s delightful story and music are presented with clever lyric changes and pop culture references. For photos of past shows and more information on NTP, visit their web page:

choice #1 Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 8:00 p.m.
choice #2 Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.

The Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills,
67 Pottery Rd., Toronto

The theatre includes an art gallery, is wheelchair accessible and has ample free parking.
(Exit DVP at Bloor cut-off, veering right on Bayview N. and turning right on to Pottery Rd.)

$25.00 (children under 14 are free)

Send your registration with a cheque made out to: RTO/ERO District 34 to:
Jane Reynolds,
76 Harrison Avenue,
Aurora, ON  L4G 1E3

Please place your order by February 16, 2019

Tickets may be picked up at the box office on the day of the performance.

Acknowledgement will be emailed upon receiving the registration form.



To register, click here