The History of Scott’s Opera House Comes Alive in Cambridge, Ontario


Paul Langan, in cooperation with the City of Cambridge Archives, will present the history of Scott’s Opera House that existed in Galt, (now Cambridge) Ontario from 1899 to 1928. It will be part of a pre-opera talk before Vera Causa Opera’s performance of Don Pasquale at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts.
WireService.ca Media Release (11/07/2017) – Paul Langan, as part of the Canada 150 celebration, will present a talk on the historic Scott’s Opera House that formerly existed in Cambridge, Ontario. 
Vera Causa Opera (VCO) is a registered charity based in the Waterloo Region. 

VCO will be performing a production of  Don Pasquale at the Cambridge Centre for the Arts, Toyota Auditorium, on November 24th, 2017 at 7pm. The talk on Scott’s Opera House will take place before the opera presentation, at 6:15 p.m.
Paul Langan states:
"I am so excited to work with the City of Cambridge Archives to present this fascinating history of Scott’s Opera House. The fact that I can combine it with the live performance by Vera Causa Opera of Don Pasquale will make for a spectacular night of opera and history."
It is $15.00 General Admission, to see the Don Pasquale opera and hear the pre-opera talk on the Scott’s Opera house. Tickets available at http://vcopera.ca . There are approximately only 50 tickets left to be sold.
VCO will have over 30 performers in their performance. For more information on Vera Causa Opera, contact Dylan Langan, Artistic Director at vcopera@gmail.com or by visiting www.vcopera.ca .
Paul Langan, has written 5 historical booklets on various local topics: Remembering Glenchristie; Tragedy in Galt - The May 2nd 1956 CP Rail Crash; Hespeler`s Hidden Secret - The Coombe 1907-1947;The Miracle in Preston - Story of Preston Springs Hotel; Forgotten Stories of the Railway. They are available as a free download at his website.http://paullangan.com

This presentation is made possible by the Canada 150 Cambridge Fund and the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th, a collaboration between the City of Cambridge, Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation, the Government of Canada, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast to coast.



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