Great music, killer talent and an awesome venue, PLUS a flying pinball machine, three video screens, and the kind of sparklers and smoke bombs you’d see at a major rock show. That’s only a slice of what’s in store for audiences as they experience a show like Sault Ste. Marie has never seen before with Shot in the Dark Productions’ “TOMMY” – taking the stage at the Mill Square Machine Shop this week.
Set to the music of one of the biggest WHO albums of all time (and featuring the classic tune,
“Pinball Wizard”), “TOMMY” is the story of a boy who shuts down after witnessing physical
abuse inflicted on a loved one. Traumatized, Tommy becomes deaf, dumb and blind but a game of pinball changes Tommy’s world forever.
TOMMY will only hit the stage for four performances, so don’t miss it on November 4th, 5th, 7th and 8th. All tickets are General Admission, but seats are limited and selling fast. Get yours at the Community Theatre Box Office in the Station Mall – Adults are $35 and
Seniors/Students/Groups of 10+ are $30 each. Tickets will also be sold at the door for that
night’s performance (including $20 student rush tickets – must show a valid student ID), but only if seats are still available!
The November 4th performance (opening night) will start at 6pm with a charity gala – in
partnership with our local Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA – an agency of the United Way). Gala tickets are $60 each and include appetizers by Rosetta Sicoli (of the Iron Club), a drink ticket, admission to that night’s performance of TOMMY at 8pm and a $20 tax receipt from CMHA. For gala tickets, please contact Marion Widgett at [email protected] by Tuesday, November 3.
For more information about “TOMMY” or Shot in the Dark Productions, visit