Come From Away Toronto ON Tickets
Come From Away – the Broadway musical is on a trek to showcase a true story of open-heartedness and welcoming attitude of people of Gander, Canada. Rekindle your faith in humanity through this heart-touching story with Come From Away Toronto ON tickets and experience the kindness and positivity around yourself. The hit musical will open on January 3, 2019 at the Royal Alexandra Theatre and wrap up on April 28, 2019 at the Elgin Theatre, Toronto. You might want to hurry up because the show has been selling out venues and people love it.
Compassion Rescuing Lives
The book, music and lyrics of “Come From Away” are by David Hein and his wife, Irene Sankoff. According to them, they did not want to write a 9/11 story; therefore, penned a 9/12 story which depicts how the small town of Gander responded to the big tragedy.
Come From Away tells a true story following the September 11 attacks at the Twin Towers in the United States. As part of the Operation Yellow Ribbon attacks, 38 planes had to do an emergency landing in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. This is a small town with a population of 10,000 people but it welcomed the 7000 stranded passengers and crew members whole heartedly. It is played by twelve actors, most of them being real Gander residents.
Come From Away made history when it became the longest running Canadian musical in October 2018. It is applauded by the audiences and critics for being a cathartic reminder of human kindness in times of hate. Come From Away is a recipient of many awards including the Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Broadway Musical and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical.
There were people of different ethnicities and regions who spoke different languages but everyone was happy with the hospitality shown. Get hold of your Come From Away Toronto ON tickets to see how the people of Gander comforted the upset passengers with love and kindness. They opened their houses for the guests and provided meals and other necessities for a living. To keep the outlands comfortable and entertained, jams sessions were also offered in school gymnasiums. The musical is funny and comforting to watch because it brings out the positive side of people amid a tragic event.