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The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan

Explore Canada’s Wine Country

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5. An Oddball Day


A scene from the Shaw Festival's The Philanderer.  

Temper the lush life with a dose of drama at the Shaw Festival. Even though the Irish-born playwright George Bernard Shaw never stepped foot in Niagara-on-the-Lake, his plays run daily in three theaters from April until October. This summer, social mores and sexual politics are cleverly reversed at the historic Royal George Theatre (85 Queen St.; 800-511-7429) in Shaw’s The Philanderer. Afterward, head to the Shaw Café & Wine Bar’s street-side patio and drown those heavy thoughts under a bronzed likeness of G.B.S.


May 16, 2007 issue of New York Magazine

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