Tour buses come from all over Quebec and Ontario also U.S.A to see shows here.
The group changed costumes about 20 times. They showed how Christmas is celebrated in many countries in song and dance.
Dress Code: optional
On Nov.14 th 2002 with a group of 40 Golden age folks from Joliette and Sainte Marceline Que. We arrived at the renovated 'CAPITOLE THEATER' to see a show called " La Magie de Noel" with the troup PARIS-Paris. 'Previous show and still showing ( over 9000,000 people have seen it) THE ELVIS STORY' an immitation of Elvis's many songs. It is so good it has run for several years.
Many other famous artists put on shows here such as Celine Dion, Anne Murray and many Americain Artists.
Dress Code: Dress well but it is optional.
A very old renovated theater in the heart of downtown Quebec
Our show consisted of an 8 piece orchestra. 8 dancers(3 male). 4 singers (1 male) and a male comedian. They put on a 3 hour show with a 15 minute intermission.
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The Capital Theater on St. Jean St.
THE ELVIS STORY. They have played to their ONE MILLION'th customer already. ( May 2005)
Dress Code: normal