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You’ll Get Used To It: The War Show
By Brampton Rose Theatre | Published  07/29/2010 | Arts & Entertainment | Rating:
Brampton Rose Theatre
The Rose Theatre Brampton is a public state-of-the-art performing arts complex that is fast-becoming an icon in downtown Brampton. This high-technology facility boasts an 880-seat theatre, a 160-seat secondary hall and community space for meetings.  Visit Brampton Rose Theatre for more listings. 

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Brampton -You’ll Get Used To It! The War Show, directed by Danny Harvey with musical direction by Myron de Souza, is often described as “not your typical musical.” You’ll laugh, you’ll cry as this show perfectly captures the spirit of the Second World War. A moving and unexpectedly humorous look at a momentous time in Canadian history, told through the eyes of the soldiers who served. Writer Peter Colley’s mix of music, dance, drama, and comedy will be an emotional journey, while keeping your spirits up with very funny moments.
The cast includes many favourites from past Rose Theatre Summer Seasons; Scott Carmichael (Dusty), Jay Davis (JP), Maeve Hildebrand (Kid), Mark Llewellyn (Sarge), Sweeney MacArthur (Pops), Jamie McRoberts (Girl), Nancy Silverman (Girl), Kraig Waye (Sharkey) and a debut performance from Jeffrey Sanders (Dud).


August 6-28 in the Studio Theatre, at The Rose Theatre Brampton.

August 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21,25, 26, 27, 28 at 7:30 pm

August 7, 8, 14, 15, 19, 21, 22, 26, 28 at 2 pm

Ticket Information

Tickets may be purchased from the Rose Theatre Box Office by visiting in person, calling 905-874-2800 or by faxing orders directly to the Box Office at 905-874-3612.

Groups Save! For groups of 15 or more contact Gabriella Currie at 905-793-7073 or

Tickets are available online at   

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