We continue to offer you the reasonably-priced, high-quality entertainment that you expect in The Pearl’s intimate, ambiance-laden, and acoustically unrivalled setting . (“Vibiest room anywhere.” Ruth Moody) Anyone needing special attention or specific answers, or if you’d rather order from a person (!) please continue to pick up the phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org There are always tickets at the door for shows that are not sold-out. The door remains cash-only.
November 3: David Hart & The Occasional Angels – SOLD OUT
November 4: Colour Film: Matthew de Zoete: New Songs
November 11: Lori Yates with Hey Stella!
November 16 – 19; 23 – 26: Robert Knuckle’s Jackie Gleason and Friends
Jackie Gleason and Friends
November 16 – 19; 23 – 26, 2017
Written by Robert Knuckle and Directed by Willard Boudreau
The cast of Jackie Gleason and Friends includes Tim Hevesi as Gleason and Dan Penrose as Toots Shor, Dan Anderson, Gail Edwards, Elaine Hale, Babe Schurter-Santi, Mike Durkacz and Tom Mays. Jackie Gleason and Friends is a two-act stage bio about the life of “The Great One,” Jackie Gleason. Born into poverty in Brooklyn and with little formal education, Gleason clawed his way to the top of the show-business world to become one of the most successful and wealthiest comedians of his time.
COLOUR FILM: New Songs + JUSTIN SAWICKI
Saturday, November 4, Doors: 7:30pm. Show: 8:00pm. $20 / $15 students/seniors/wage-challenged. Music for your mind’s eye. With songs that play like home movies rich in imagery and characters, Colour Film is the stage name of Hamilton’s Matthew de Zoete. This concert will be an intimate ensemble performance of new songs – the raw material for a future album.
Lori Yates with Hey Stella
Saturday, November 11. Doors @ 7:30PM, Show Starts @ 8:30. Admission: $20.
Alternative country “supergroup” Hey Stella formed in 1998, and quickly gained a Lori Yates reputation as one of the premiere “live” acts in the country. Thousands of patrons caught Hey Stella (David Baxter, Bazil Donovan, Michelle Josef, Lori Yates) in the cavernous back room of Ted’s Wrecking Yard and Ted’s Collison during their five year weekly residency. Their irreverent and charming approach to traditional country tunes and their originals included; humor, pathos, stellar musicianship. The night often ended with Lori standing on a table belting out Leonard Cohen’s “So Long Marianne” while everyone in the bar sang along with her, making them a crowd favorite.
The Pearl Company
16 Steven St. @ King William, Hamilton