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Our top five holiday gift giving picks!

by on December 16, 2010

What better way to show someone you care than with the gift of live performance! With something for the whole family, The Fredericton Playhouse should be the first stop on your shopping list this holiday season. Direct from the Playhouse box office staff, here are the five most popular holiday gift purchases this season:

#1 Gift Certificates – for anyone
Contact the box office in person, call 458-8344, or click here to purchase your gift certificates.









#2 Ben Heppner – for the music lover
Ben Heppner is recognized worldwide as the finest dramatic tenor before the public today.  He is acclaimed for his beautiful voice, intelligent musicianship and sparkling dramatic sense. His performances on the opera stage, and in concert with the world’s leading orchestras, have set new standards in his demanding repertoire.









#3 Late Nite Catechism – for the comedy fan
Spontaneous, witty and hilarious, the original Late Nite Catechism is an interactive comedy show starring award-winning actress Patti Hannon as tart-tongued Sister. Ruling her classroom with an iron fist, she teaches her students, who happen to be the audience, everything she knows about sins and saints while dolling out rewards and reprimands with lightning speed.









#4 The Magic of Mike Super – for the whole family
Forget the idea of what a magician is… Mike Super has shattered the stereotypes and has taken magic in a very surprising direction. The secret to Mike’s success is his natural ability to entertain and fascinate people. The winner of NBC’s hit TV show “Phenomenon”, he has pioneered a new form of magic with his own inimitable style and personality. He transcends the “trick” and connects with us on a very personal level. Whether it’s through television, stage, or theatre, Mike’s personality and humour reaches out and enchants both young and old alike, making him one of the most sought after mystifiers in North America. Escape to the enchanting and imaginative world of Mike Super.









#5 Stuart McLean – for “The Vinyl Cafe” fan
Stuart McLean is one of Canada’s most beloved storytellers and a best-selling author. His hit CBC radio show “The Vinyl Cafe” premiered in 1994, and each week over 1 million listeners tune in to hear stories about Dave, owner of the second hand record store where the motto is: “We May Not Be Big, But We’re Small”. The stories also feature Dave’s wife, Morley, their two children, Sam and Stephanie, and assorted friends and neighbours.


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