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Flato Theatre in Markham offers build-your-own-subscription option


Starting this Friday, the Flato Theatre in Markham is welcoming back a plethora of entertainment – something for everyone between now and the end of November. The theatre is currently offering patrons the opportunity to build their own subscription to the 2022 Diamond Season. 

You can choose 3 to 4 shows and Save 15%*. You get free ticket exchanges up to 72 hours prior to the performance. Subject to availability and 15% off additional performances throughout the season

Or, you can choose 5+ shows and Save 25%*. You get free ticket exchanges up to 72 hours prior to the performance. Subject to availability and 25% off additional performances throughout the season. (*Any performance in the Diamond Season can go towards your show count.)

The selection for 2022 is impressive, starting this Friday night – Feb. 18 – with MILF Life Crisis. In this hilarious and heartfelt comedy, Anne Marie Scheffler discovers an amazing life after divorce and that the best is yet to come.

On February 24, Kicks Dance Studio Competitive Showcase rolls in at 4 p.m. A variety of solos, duets, trios and group numbers performed by the KICKS competitive dance team!  Dance styles include: ballet, tap, jazz, acro, lyrical, contemporary, hip hop, and musical theatre.

The John McDermott Celtic Celebration will be in house on March 16, followed by The Canadian Brass (March 18), Barbra Lica: Songs for Orchestra (April 6), Bromance (April 13), KellyLee Evans (April 21), Just For Laughs Roadshow (April 22), The Mush Hole (April 23), 6 Guitars (May 13), Classic Albums Live: Billy Joel, The Stranger (May 14), Rob Tardik and Kimberly Black (June 6) and Magic of Motown (June 8).

With the arrival of fall, the theatre presents Masters of Illusion (Sept. 28 & 29), Kurt Elling Quintet (Oct. 6), April Wine (Nov. 4) and Pavlo (with special guests) (Nov. 26).

For more information or to create your subscription, please click here.

Main photo: Bromance – a show with relationships at its heart, where handshakes become handstands and backslaps become backflips.

Photo row, from left: Anne Marie Sheffler, John McDermott, Barbra Lica and KellyLee Evans.

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