Brunch at Toca, Ritz Carlton and Show at the Royal Alexandra Theater – Partner’s Program

Partner’s Program (Part I)

Brunch at Toca Restaurant in the Ritz Carlton

with Bottomless Mimosas and Bellinis 

Saturday, September 28th – (Partner’s Program)

12:00 Noon – 1:30 pm (Meet at Toca a short walk from the Hotel)

181 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

About Toca at the Ritz Carlton

TOCA offers handcrafted Italian cuisine complemented by seasonal flavours and locally-sourced produce. Located in the heart of Toronto’s Performing Arts & Theatre District, TOCA occupies the mezzanine level of The Ritz-Carlton hotel. TOCA is proud to collaborate with Chef Oliver Glowig, one of Rome’s most celebrated culinary leaders.

Oliver Glowig, one of Rome’s most celebrated chefs, TOCA restaurant brings classic Italian cuisine to the heart of Toronto. Using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, the kitchen prepares homemade pastas, fresh seafood and traditional desserts, complemented by aged selections from the cheese cave. The dining experience is elevated with wine dinners, cooking classes, tastings, workshops and other culinary opportunities.

Part I – Cost: $ 74.00 plus tax and Gratuity or $ 100.35 (Includes a Fabulous Brunch, bottomless Mimosa and Bellini, Tax and Gratuity Included)

Dress:  Business Casual

15 Seats Available


Partner’s Program (Part II)

“Dear Evan Hansen” at Royal Alexandra Theatre

260 King Street West, Toronto
ON, M5V 1H9

Saturday, September 28th – (Partner’s Program)

2:00 pm – 4:30 pm (Meet at Theatre 1:45 pm Sharp)

About the theatre: A masterpiece of beaux-arts architecture, the historic Royal Alexandra is Toronto’s senior theatre and, at 108, never having been converted to any other use, the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America.

The Royal Alexandra embodies the ambition of the young Toronto stock broker Cawthra Mulock, who sought to put his home town on the cultural map by building for it “the finest theatre on the continent.” What he and his architect – John M. Lyle – created has since been called “an Edwardian jewel-box”, a treasure chest of imported marble, hand-carved cherry and walnut, fine silks and velvets, crystal chandeliers and ornate, gilded plaster – all constructed on the city’s first steel-framed structure (allowing cantilevered balconies, with no internal pillars to obstruct lines of sight) – and over a huge ice-pit that made this theatre one of the first “air conditioned” buildings in North America.

The Royal Alexandra is also North America’s first truly “royal” theatre – “royal” by patent from Edward VII – named with royal permission for his consort, Alexandra, a Danish princess and great-grandmother of the present queen.


A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted: a chance to finally fit in. DEAR EVAN HANSEN is the deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it.

DEAR EVAN HANSEN has struck a remarkable chord with audiences and critics everywhere. The Washington Post says DEAR EVAN HANSEN is “one of the most remarkable shows in musical theatre history.” The New York Times calls it “a gut-punching, breathtaking knockout of a musical.” And NBC Nightly News declares the musical “an anthem resonating on Broadway and beyond.”

DEAR EVAN HANSEN features a book by Tony Award winner Steven Levenson, a score by Grammy®, Tony® and Academy Award® winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La LandThe Greatest Showman), and direction by four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Greif (RentNext to Normal).

Cost: $ 122.50 p.p. (Tax Included)

Dress:  Business Casual