Rainbow High Vacations offers Rainbow Seats at
THE BOOK OF MORMON!
WHEN: Wednesday, October 8, 2014
WHERE: The Princess of Wales Theatre
What are Rainbow Seats? – Rainbow Seats are prime, allocated LGBT community seating for select theatre productions in conjunction with Rainbow High Vacations. Rainbow High Vacations often partners with key LGBT organizations to help raise funds for their cause.
To welcome the LGBT community, friends and family to THE BOOK OF MORMON, Rainbow High Vacations has been allocated prime seating and we’ll roll out the “pink carpet” for you with great seating, great martinis and great friends.
From the creators of South Park - Nine 2011 Tony Awards® say it’s the Best Musical of the Year. Vogue says “It’s the best musical of the last 25 years.” And The New York Times says, “It’s the best musical of this century.” It’s THE BOOK OF MORMON, the Broadway phenomenon from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez. The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart calls it, “A crowning achievement. So good, it makes me angry.”
SCHEDULE FOR THE NIGHT (Wednesday, October 8th)
7:00PM Arrive in style at the Princess of Wales Theatre and walk the “pink carpet” to the designated Rainbow Room for a VIP, private, pre-show cocktail reception. Our talented bartender will be mixing up signature Rainbow Martinis while you mingle and anticipate the performance ahead.
7:50PM Take your Rainbow seat for the award-winning show THE BOOK OF MORMON
8:00PM The curtain rises
· Rainbow Orchestra Level Seat
· 2 Signature Rainbow Martinis (or your choice of drinks)
· Exclusive Rainbow Room admission
· A $25 donation to The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
· All taxes and ticket handling fees
CALL TO CONFIRM SEATING AFTER BOOKING
416-962-2422 or 1-800-387-1240
AND…we’re partnering with The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, each ticket package purchased financially supports our chosen partner - The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network is a global leader in the movement for health and human rights and since 1992, has been working to ensure that ALL people enjoy the full range of human rights. Our activism and expertise are focused on some of the most vulnerable among us — including LGBTQ people, women and girls, prisoners, people who use drugs, Aboriginal people and others whose rights are systemically undermined. Because HIV and human rights violations happen everywhere, our work is multi-faceted. We do cutting-edge research, to base our arguments on science and fact; we rise in the courts in order to defend those living with and vulnerable to HIV; we reach out to decision makers, compelling them to act; and we inspire action on the streets to fight collectively for change. Learn more: www.aidslaw.ca