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Friday March 28, 2014 - 7:30pm
Saturday March 29, 2014 - 7:30pm
Sunday March 30, 2014 - 2pm
Thursday April 3, 2014 - 7:30pm
Friday April 4, 2014 - 7:30pm
Saturday April 5, 2014 - 2pm
Saturday April 5, 2014 - 7:30pm


Palace Theatre
710 Dundas Street, London, Ontario


$29 - Adults 
$23 - MTP Member
$17 - Child (13 and under)

Call 519-432-1029 for tickets or purchase online.

What is the show about?

Everything’s coming up roses with this classic musical based upon the autobiography of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee.  GYPSY centres upon Mama Rose, the consummate Stage Mother who prods and pushes her daughters June and Louise into a vaudeville career at any cost in order to fulfill the dream of stardom she never achieved herself.

GYPSY boasts one of Broadway’s greatest scores featuring songs like Let Me Entertain YouSome People,  If Momma Was MarriedAll I Need Is the Girl,Everything's Coming Up RosesYou Gotta Get A Gimmick and Together Wherever We Go


Click for a preview of Gypsy - coming to the Palace Theatre.

Click to watch a preview of GYPSY during one of the rehearsals.

Find out some more about our 25th anniversary season. You're not going to want to miss it!


Palace Theatre
710 Dundas Street
London, Ontario

Municipal Lots north of the Palace between Queen Street and Dundas Street (municipal rates apply)

London Transit routes 2, 7 and 20 pass by the Palace Theatre

Box Office Phone:

Box Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm


Articles and Reviews

Gypsy: This Mama is a tour de force
Donald's Dish Reviews
★★★★ out of 5 stars

This production of Gypsy is full of great music, superb acting and dazzling production numbers. It is full of talented singers, musicians and dancers. And their gimmick is nothing less than high-octane entertainment.

Review: Gypsy
Theatre in London

"The music is of course stellar, and with an edge that you would never expect."

Mayor Joe Fontana makes cameo appearance
Donald's Dish

"I laughed to the point of tears. Usually a production makes me cry for other reasons; this one earns the laughs and the tears." 

Musical Theatre Productions continues 25th Anniversary Season with Gypsy
The Beat Magazine
Musical Theatre Productions (MTP) continues its 25th Anniversary Season with a bang. Broadway classic Gypsy opens March 28th and runs through April 5th at the Palace Theatre.

Musical Theatre Productions celebrates quarter-century
The Londoner
It’s not too often that a community theatre company survives 25 years, but Musical Theatre Productions (MTP) hit that milestone in London this year and they’re making the most of it.

Let Gypsy entertain you, let Fontana to Garrison, Paparella make you smile
London Free Press
Three local public figures will appear on stage during the run to help celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, including CJBK morning man Steve Garrison in the role of Mr. Goldstone on March 29, Mayor Joe Fontana in a cameo and CTV news reporter Nick Paparella on April 4 in the role of Goldstone.

Reality TV stage moms owe a nod to story of Gypsy Rose Lee
London Community News
Reality TV shows such as Dance Moms and Toddlers & Tiaras might be the modern incarnation, but their themes can be traced back to the 1950s and the story of famed burlesque performer Gypsy Rose Lee.

Everything is Coming Up Roses at the Palace Theatre This March
Many would argue it is one of the greatest American musicals ever written. Gypsy, adapted from a book by Arthur Laurents, is a profound and very human comedy-drama based on a true story.

XFM News: Gypsy Opens at Palace Theatre
XFM News Fanshawe College


Mama Rose: Angela Southern
Gypsy Rose Lee (Louise): Sarah E. Abbott
Herbie: Duane Woods
Dainty June: Kathleen Watkins
Tulsa: Cole Hill
Baby June: Zoey Lacey
Baby Louise: Lila Ciesielski
Mazeppa: Nicole Newell
Electra: Sue McKone
Tessie Tura: Kathy MacDonald
Pop: Art Fidler 

Braeden Soltys
Braden McMahon
Ben Guest
Adam Fearnall 

Hollywood Blondes:
Madison Oliver
Lisa Miller
Erica Seetner
Samantha Sendas
Emma Ruddock
Maya Lacey  

Brett Martin
Matthew Sendas
Noah D’Ascanio
Matthew DeKoort
Matthew MacDonald Smith 

Uncle Jocko/Pastey/Mr. Webber and others: Jordan Henry
Georgie/Bourgeron-Cochon and others: David Jeffery 

**Featuring local celebrity cameo appearances in the role of Mr. Goldstone**

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