Artists series returns to Orillia Opera House, more intimate than ever
Cameron Smillie returns to Orillia to present four fascinating artists onstage at the Orillia Opera House for the Artists Life Stories Series 2020.
Four nights, four artists - four chances to see another more intimate side of each performer.
The series kicks off on Sunday, October 15, with Juno award winning singer, songwriter, actor film scorer and author Ian Thomas (Painted Ladies), followed by Luke McMaster on October 16, Amy Sky on October 17 and capped off with an afternoon with author (Murdoch Mysteries) Maureen Jennings.
Cameron says all four events are like a perfectly mixed cocktail - part conversation, part show and tell, and part question and answer. He spoke with Jason & Carey about the series. You can listen to the full interview and a description of what each guest brings to the stage, below:
Due to the pandemic, health and safety protocols will be in place and must be agreed to at purchase. With only 50 tickets sold for each event, there may never be an opportunity for fans to see these artists in such an intimate setting.
Tickets are available as a package, or individual seats and must be purchased in advance from the Orillia Opera House box office.
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