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My Fair Lady at The Shaw Festival: Hosted by Peter Hall of Theater Talk on WBFO


Tuesday, September 17

8:30am – 6:30pm (day trip)


This exclusive opportunity includes:

  • Round Trip motor coach to/ from Niagara-on-the-Lake
  • Private “Pre-Show talk” at Shaw Festival
  • Lunch at Zee’s Grill
  • Ticket for My Fair Lady


Cost: $285 per person*

*$50 of the above price will be donated to Buffalo Toronto Public Media.


Information & Reservation Contact: 

Regina Sullivan

(716) 630-3731


NOTE: Proof of Citizenship is required when crossing from the US to Canada. Valid Passport or Enhanced Driver License is required to confirm this tour.



8:15 AM - Motorcoach arrives at AAA Amherst branch parking lot


8:30 AM - Depart via motorcoach from AAA Amherst branch


10:00 AM - Private “Pre-Show Talk”: learn more about the production of “My Fair Lady” with one of the Shaw Festival company members. 


11:00 AM - Approximate conclusion of our Pre-Show Talk; walk to Zee’s Grill 


11:30 AM - Lunch at Zee’s Grill (across the street from Shaw Festival ) 

Luncheon menu – choose from soup or salad; choice of entrees selected on tour day: 92 Picton Turkey sandwich, Brisket Grilled Cheese sandwich, Lobster Poutine or vegan Power Bowl, plus Chef’s Dessert Choice.


12:30 PM - At conclusion of luncheon, possible time for shopping and browsing on Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Queen Street.


1:30 PM - Begin making your way to Festival Theatre.


2:00 PM - Performance of “My Fair Lady”.


5:00 PM - Approximate conclusion of our performance of “My Fair Lady”; re-board motorcoach for direct return to Buffalo.


6:30 PM - Approximate arrival at AAA Amherst branch.

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Theater Talk's Peter Hall

About Peter Hall

Peter Hall has worn many hats at Buffalo Toronto Public Media where, after 20 years, he has retired “mostly.”  Peter’s distinctive voice and friendly presentation have been heard by over a million listeners as a classical music host and by viewers on several of WNED PBS local cooking shows and other membership programs. 

Over the years, he produced and hosted "Buffalo Philharmonic Live" featuring BPO Performances conducted by JoAnn Falletta; produced over 1,000 radio interviews with musical artists and was the emcee for the JoAnn Falletta International Guitar Concerto Competition, among other gigs.

If you see Peter at a play or musical with a pen in his hand, he’s probably getting ready to co-host “Theater Talk” with Anthony Chase (heard Friday mornings at 6:45 and 8:45 am on WBFO) or writing a review for www.buffalorising.comOr deciding his vote as a member of the “Artie Awards” committee!

"Mostly" retired means that in addition to “Theater Talk” on WBFO, WNED Classical listeners can catch Peter hosting Sunday Afternoons from 1-5 pm and Monday “Late Nite” with two hours of chamber music from 10 to midnight.  

Peter holds a B.A. in Comparative Literature from Columbia University and an M.B.A. from SUNY at Buffalo.