Join WCGS in Stratford Friday, July 12, 2019 for Nathan the Wise, the 18th-century play by German playwright G.E. Lessing. Famous for its "Ring Parable" extolling the equality of world religions, the play is rarely performed in Canada. This production, directed by Toronto-based German director Birgit Schreyer Duarte, "celebrates the common humanity that unites us all."
Ticket purchase includes a seat at the play, an introduction to the play by Dr. Andrea Speltz of Waterloo's Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, and a light dinner reception before the show.
Regular Members: Instead of $105 you pay $50 plus HST ($56.50)
Student Members: Instead of $45 you pay $25 plus HST ($28.25)
Please Note: The auditorium is steeply inclined, and reaching the back rows may be challenging for those with restricted mobility. Please contact WCGS before you buy tickets, if you think this will be a difficulty for you. We will be happy to look into alternate arrangements (contact: Misty - firstname.lastname@example.org).
Attendees will pick up their tickets at the dinner reception.
5:00 pm talk with Dr. Speltz (Chalmers Lounge in the Avon Theatre)
6:15 pm reception (Chalmers Lounge)
8:00 pm Nathan the Wise (Studio Theatre - around the corner from the Avon Theatre)
Ticket sales will open soon. Check back for more information.
Stratford offers metered parking around the downtown core, with Special Access spaces (free of charge with valid permit) on George and Downie Streets. For details, view City of Stratford's parking page and parking map.