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Tip of the Iceberg

Gordon and Archie have been friends for over 70 years, living and working in the remote fishing village of Murphy's Harbour, Newfoundland.

Through some internet research, Archie believes that he has figured out a way to physically reclaim his vigor. All that remains is the key ingredient to this elixir: Glacial ice.

Gordon decides to join his mate for an excursion out to sea, where a large iceberg is drifting a few miles offshore.

Tip of the Iceberg is a story of friendship.

It is filled to the brim with original folk music and laughter and projects an inspiring message of “It’s never too late.”  

Tip of the Iceberg is available to be included in any 5 or 3 show subscription package.

Single-show tickets will go on sale April 8th, 2024.



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Oct 31, 2024 11:00 AM

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