We're hitting the road this summer with shows in Haliburton, Ontario, Ottawa and all across Newfoundland! Come and find us and say hello. First up is the Highlands Summer Festival in the village of Haliburton, Ontario. We'll be there July 25, 26 & 27 with a heartbreaking story of art, goodness and love struggling to survive against the rising forces of hatred and division. The day's headlines, you say? No! It's From Weimar to Vaudeville, set in 1933 around the life of the brilliant Mitja Nikisch, but alarmingly apt today. It's our third visit to the festival, and no wonder: A lovely, intimate venue with beautiful acoustics, wonderful, welcoming people and views like this: Understandably, the shows tend to sell out, but if you're in the area it's always worth stopping by, even if only for a pint at McKeck's or a swim. On July 31 we're in the Nation's Capitol, marking this year's 100th anniversary of the death of the great French composer Claude Debussy with a return performance of The Judgment of Paris. Luscious music, a captivating story and a wonderful cast of players. It's been five years since the triumphant premiere at Chamberfest that has kept us busy touring since. Come and see why! Aaaand... August 8-15 we return to wonderful Newfoundland for a cross-island tour of Bohemians in Brooklyn! With shows in St. John's, Admiral's Cove, English Harbour, Gander, Cornerbrook, Woody Point and Grand Falls/Windsor, there are plenty of opportunities to hear transporting music by Benjamin Britten, Colin McPhee, Kurt Weill and Leonard Bernstein (plus a whole bunch of our own witty songs)... Visit with WH Auden, Carson McCullers and Gypsy Rose Lee and discover exactly what it was that was ruined, and how. If you're looking for any more information you can get in touch through contact page. Thanks!