September at the Shaw Festival

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The Post-Gazette's Critics Choice motor coach theater tour to Canada's Shaw Festival heads north Sept. 10-13 for three nights, five plays and an optional extra.

Included are Kander & Ebb’s musical “Cabaret,” Shaw’s “The Philanderer,” Sean O’Casey’s “Juno and the Paycock,” St. John Hankin’s “The Charity That Began at Home,” Tennessee Williams’ one-act “A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur” and an option, J.B. Priestley’s “When We Are Married.”

Included are three nights at the Prince of Wales Hotel in lovely Niagara-on-the-Lake, a welcoming dinner, post-show get-together and discussions led by senior theater critic Christopher Rawson.

The tour price is $1,396 per person, based on double occupancy. The single supplement is $457. A deposit of $500 per person holds a reservation. Deposits are payable and mailed to Gulliver's Travels, 460 S. Graham St., Pittsburgh, PA 15232-1210; phone 412-345-7576.

Call Gulliver's with questions about trip details, but call Mr. Rawson at 412-216-1944 with questions about the plays.

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