At The Tweed Pavilion in Memorial Park
OPENING: Wednesday, September 19th @ 7:30 PM
STUDENT MATINEE: Thursday, September 27th
Suitable for all ages, fun for the whole family!
The year is 1876. Three men are locked in a heated battle to create arguably the world’s most important invention…The telephone. One man emerges victorious. That man was ALECK BELL. In 2018, come and witness the epic new revival of our biggest success story, ALECK BELL! A CANADIAN POP ROCK MUSICAL. Join us as we delve into the past with a modern pop rock twist, and experience the story of the telephone as you never have before. Drama, intrigue, accusations, trials, sickness, espionage, a race to the finish line, secret meetings, and the only time in history a patent has been granted without a working model…the true story of the invention of the telephone and the men behind it is much deeper and darker than we think. This energetic and inspiring musical will change the way you look at history. Told by an incredible cast of eight performer musicians who all play the instruments live during the musical, and featuring all of your favourite Canadian Pop Rock Hits, ALECK BELL returns to Tweed to receive a new staging on our Alley Stage at the Pavilion, with new songs, a beautiful new design, and a cast like you’ve never seen before. ALECK BELL has toured various venues in Ontario to rave reviews, and we are thrilled to be bringing back this exciting musical, one of our favourite Original creations, to celebrate our 10th Anniversary Season of live professional Original Canadian Musical Theatre. Don’t miss this remarkable show that THE BELLEVILLE INTELLIGENCER raves: “Every once in a rare while, a show comes along that takes the stage and audiences by storm. Such a show is Tweed & Company Theatre’s “Aleck Bell”. This production is done with wit, humour, enthusiasm and tons of talent by a youthful cast of eight. The choreography is spectacular. With young talent like this, the future of Canadian theatre is in good hands.”
TICKETS: CLICK HERE
Or In Person At The Tweed News
Original Artwork by Joel MacMeekin