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Saturday, March 2, 2024

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss in Halifax (February 6-12)

Here is what we are most excited about this week on Halifax stages.

Here are five shows we are most excited about this week on Halifax stages:

1The first of two shows opening at Neptune Theatre this week, on the Scotiabank Stage, Alison Crosby’s In Lieu of Flowers (Feb 7-19) explores the complexities of grief, loyalty, and what happens to those who are left.

In Lieu of Flowers
In Lieu of Flowers

2Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Dartmouth Players hosts Season of Love: A Broadway Cabaret (Feb 9-18), an evening of heartfelt and hilarious stories coupled with some of Broadway’s greatest love songs.

Broadway Brunch features a rotating cast of professional Halifax musical theatre artists. Photo by Denys Nevozhai on Unsplash.
Season of Love: A Broadway Cabaret

3At Neptune Theatre’s Fountain Hall comes the epic stage adaptation of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Fall On Your Knees (Feb 10-Mar 5), in a two-part, six-hour story of three generations of Cape Breton’s Piper family.

Fall On Your Knees
Fall On Your Knees

4Dartmouth Community Concert Association presents tenor Marcel d’Entremont, pianist Dakota Scott-Digout and soprano Tracy Cantin in Tell Me the Truth About Love (Feb 11), in an evening of eclectic music about love.

Tell Me the Truth About Love
Tell Me the Truth About Love

5Symphony Nova Scotia joins forces with award-winning PEI folk singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan in Snowbird: A Tribute to Anne Murray (Feb 11 & 12) in salute to one of Canada’s greatest icons.

Snowbird: A Tribute to Anne Murray
Catherine MacLellan performs in Snowbird: A Tribute to Anne Murray
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