Empty stage waiting for actors. "Come From Away" at The Royal Alex. It lives up to the hype and multiple Tony Awards balancing humour and pathos. In a nutshell, the story is based on the events that unfolded on 9/11 when 38 planes were diverted to the tiny town of Gander, Newfoundland. And how the local population managed to take care of the 7000 international passengers stranded there for several days. It avoids too many fish-out-of-water cliches and It portrays the people of Gander as genuine and authentic.
The timing couldn't be more perfect. A day after that vulgarian egomaniac Trump insulted Canada he could learn several things about acceptance, caring for strangers simply because they're fellow humans, empathy and the joy of embracing others with whom you might not have much in common.
I can't recommend it more. Completely transportive and makes me want to move to a small community in Eastern Canada. Sort of.