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EL JINETE – A MARIACHI OPERA

Featuring Mariachi Los Dorados, El Jinete is a tale of love, vengeance and the supernatural, told through classics of the Mariachi repertoire. Inspired by the Golden Era of Mexican cinema, the show uses multi-layered projections to make it a black and white film come to life. The Rider is a cursed mariachi with a bullet wound in his heart; like a Mexican Orpheus, he crosses the border into El Norte to avenge the kidnapping of his bride. On the other side of the Rio Grande, he finds a strange and modern world, from which he may never return…. 
$1590 minutesTheatre Passe Muraille MainspaceFriday August 8, 7:00pmSaturday August 9, 10:00pmSunday August 10, 12:00pmTuesday August 12, 7:00pmWednesday August 13, 4:30pmThursday August 14, 9:30pmSaturday August 16, 5:00pm
Puente Theatre Company
More info and tickets: Summerworks

EL JINETE – A MARIACHI OPERA


Featuring Mariachi Los Dorados, El Jinete is a tale of love, vengeance and the supernatural, told through classics of the Mariachi repertoire. Inspired by the Golden Era of Mexican cinema, the show uses multi-layered projections to make it a black and white film come to life. The Rider is a cursed mariachi with a bullet wound in his heart; like a Mexican Orpheus, he crosses the border into El Norte to avenge the kidnapping of his bride. On the other side of the Rio Grande, he finds a strange and modern world, from which he may never return…. 

$15
90 minutes
Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace
Friday August 8, 7:00pm
Saturday August 9, 10:00pm
Sunday August 10, 12:00pm
Tuesday August 12, 7:00pm
Wednesday August 13, 4:30pm
Thursday August 14, 9:30pm
Saturday August 16, 5:00pm

Puente Theatre Company

More info and tickets: Summerworks

Dusk Dances



Dusk Dances is an outdoor dance festival that brings high quality contemporary and traditional dance to public parks. As dusk descends, a theatrical host leads the audience - which invariably includes children, dog walkers and local residents - to eclectic dance pieces that unfold in different areas of the park. Choreographers from various backgrounds are invited to create a 10-minute dance piece inspired by the park’s natural environment. Audiences are invited on a pay-what-you-can basis to an innovative site-specific festival, which is not only an artistic event but a social and cultural one as well. 
BE ENCHANTED!August 4-10thWithrow Park (South of Danforth between Logan and Carlaw)Performances nightly at 7:00 PMAdditional Thursday and Sunday Matinées at 2pm
* Incandescent and Through the Mask will not be performed on the 2 matinée performances Admission is PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN - $10 suggested minimum donation. See Toronto Withrow Park schedule here.
Visit www.duskdances.ca/media for artists’ biographies, and for information on other Dusk Dances events (Vancouver, Haliburton, Peterborough, Hamilton and Fort York).

Dusk Dances

Dusk Dances is an outdoor dance festival that brings high quality contemporary and traditional dance to public parks. As dusk descends, a theatrical host leads the audience - which invariably includes children, dog walkers and local residents - to eclectic dance pieces that unfold in different areas of the park. Choreographers from various backgrounds are invited to create a 10-minute dance piece inspired by the park’s natural environment. Audiences are invited on a pay-what-you-can basis to an innovative site-specific festival, which is not only an artistic event but a social and cultural one as well.

BE ENCHANTED!
August 4-10th
Withrow Park (South of Danforth between Logan and Carlaw)
Performances nightly at 7:00 PM
Additional Thursday and Sunday Matinées at 2pm

* Incandescent and Through the Mask will not be performed on the 2 matinée performances Admission is PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN - $10 suggested minimum donation. See Toronto Withrow Park schedule here.

Visit www.duskdances.ca/media for artists’ biographies, and for information on other Dusk Dances events (Vancouver, Haliburton, Peterborough, Hamilton and Fort York).

Guild Festival Theatre proudly presents The Importance of Being Earnestby Oscar Wilde
Presented by BMO Financial Group on the open-air Greek Stage at Guild Park in Scarborough
Artistic Director and Guild Festival Founder Sten Eirik says:
“Earnest” is a pleasurable piece of fluff made rich by the thorny wisdom lurking underneath. Two young gentlemen of the Victorian era reveal to each other how they’ve outsmarted a world of day-to-day bigotry, boredom and oppressive propriety. They each lead a double life in order to have a measure of freedom and fun. Thus, the unfolding of “Earnest” reflects the way Oscar Wilde estranged himself from the decorum of his times. Public and private stand opposed, as they did for much of Wilde’s own life.”

WHEN: Opens July 17 and runs to August 10, 2014Wednesday to Sunday at 7:30 PM - Matinees Sunday at 2 PMWHERE: Guild Park – the Greek Theatre, 201 Guildwood Parkway, Scarborough, OntarioTICKETS: Tickets: $25, Kids under 12 are FREE. Seniors $20.Box office:  416-915-6750 or online at:  www.ctptickets.com        

Guild Festival Theatre proudly presents 
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde

Presented by BMO Financial Group on the open-air Greek Stage at Guild Park in Scarborough

Artistic Director and Guild Festival Founder Sten Eirik says:

“Earnest” is a pleasurable piece of fluff made rich by the thorny wisdom lurking underneath. Two young gentlemen of the Victorian era reveal to each other how they’ve outsmarted a world of day-to-day bigotry, boredom and oppressive propriety. They each lead a double life in order to have a measure of freedom and fun. Thus, the unfolding of “Earnest” reflects the way Oscar Wilde estranged himself from the decorum of his times. Public and private stand opposed, as they did for much of Wilde’s own life.”

WHEN: Opens July 17 and runs to August 10, 2014
Wednesday to Sunday at 7:30 PM - Matinees Sunday at 2 PM
WHERE: Guild Park – the Greek Theatre, 201 Guildwood Parkway, Scarborough, Ontario
TICKETS: Tickets: $25, Kids under 12 are FREE. Seniors $20.
Box office:  416-915-6750 or online at:  www.ctptickets.com        

Porch View DancesReal People, in real time, in real spaces
When: July 16-20, 2014 - Nightly, 7 PM (4 PM on Sunday July 20th)Where: The route begins at 92 London Street (at Euclid - just north of Bloor and west of Bathurst)Price: PWYC
INFO: kaeja.org

Porch View Dances
Real People, in real time, in real spaces

When: July 16-20, 2014 - Nightly, 7 PM (4 PM on Sunday July 20th)
Where: The route begins at 92 London Street (at Euclid - just north of Bloor and west of Bathurst)
Price: PWYC

INFO: kaeja.org

PAWS IN THE PARK® 2014

Walk, wag and win at the Toronto Humane Society’s largest event and fundraiser.

WALK: Raise money by collecting pledges from your colleagues, friends, family and fellow animal lovers.  Then join us on Sunday August 24th at Woodbine Park as we walk the trail through Ashbridge’s Bay Park and raise awareness about the Toronto Humane Society.

WAG: Bring your four legged friend with you to the event.  Not only will you be able to walk together, there will be plenty of fun activities for you and your dog.  Expect everything from homemade dog treats and pampered pooch mini make-overs to a photo booth and splash area. 

WIN: At Paws in the Park everyone wins.  You get a fun day out with your pets, and friends and family and the amazing feeling that comes from knowing you made a difference in the lives of helpless animals.  The Toronto Humane Society is a non-profit organization that receives no government funding and relies on the generous support of people like you. 

But, for those that are interested in our prizes for this year, don’t worry, we have tons of goodies ready to give out to participants as well as to auction off at our silent auction table.  Our grand prize for Paws 2014 is a trip for two to Las Vagas, Nevada!  Three days, with return flight and hotel stay included.  For every $100 in pledges raised participants will have a ballot entry for the grand prize entered into our draw, the more pledges you raise the greater the chance that you will be heading off to fabulous Las Vegas!

For more information about the event, please contactMakyla Deleo Manager, Media Relations and Event Logistics416-392-2273 ext. 2391mdeleo@torontohumanesociety.comwww.pawsinthepark.com
EVENT INFORMATIONToronto Humane Society Paws In the Park 2014Location: Woodbine Beach and Ashbridges Bay Park TorontoDate: Sunday August 24, 2014Time: 9:00am-1:00pmWOODBINE PARKN.E. Corner of Lakeshore Blvd. and Coxwell Ave.
Register at www.pawsinthepark.com to become a participant. You can set up your own fundraising page, email your friends about it and even share your progress on Facebook. If you know others who are also participating why not become a team? Teams qualify for additional prizes and incentives and are a great way to have fun with friends or colleagues and give to a good cause.PERKSThe more money you raise the more you benefit. Not only are there prizes for top fundraisers but depending on the amount you can qualify for a t-shirt, gift bag and more.

PAWS IN THE PARK® 2014

Walk, wag and win at the Toronto Humane Society’s largest event and fundraiser.

WALK: Raise money by collecting pledges from your colleagues, friends, family and fellow animal lovers.  Then join us on Sunday August 24th at Woodbine Park as we walk the trail through Ashbridge’s Bay Park and raise awareness about the Toronto Humane Society.

WAG: Bring your four legged friend with you to the event.  Not only will you be able to walk together, there will be plenty of fun activities for you and your dog.  Expect everything from homemade dog treats and pampered pooch mini make-overs to a photo booth and splash area. 

WIN: At Paws in the Park everyone wins.  You get a fun day out with your pets, and friends and family and the amazing feeling that comes from knowing you made a difference in the lives of helpless animals.  The Toronto Humane Society is a non-profit organization that receives no government funding and relies on the generous support of people like you. 

But, for those that are interested in our prizes for this year, don’t worry, we have tons of goodies ready to give out to participants as well as to auction off at our silent auction table.  Our grand prize for Paws 2014 is a trip for two to Las Vagas, Nevada!  Three days, with return flight and hotel stay included.  For every $100 in pledges raised participants will have a ballot entry for the grand prize entered into our draw, the more pledges you raise the greater the chance that you will be heading off to fabulous Las Vegas!

For more information about the event, please contact
Makyla Deleo 
Manager, Media Relations and Event Logistics
416-392-2273 ext. 2391
mdeleo@torontohumanesociety.com
www.pawsinthepark.com

EVENT INFORMATION
Toronto Humane Society Paws In the Park 2014
Location: Woodbine Beach and Ashbridges Bay Park Toronto
Date: Sunday August 24, 2014
Time: 9:00am-1:00pm
WOODBINE PARK
N.E. Corner of Lakeshore Blvd. and Coxwell Ave.

Register at www.pawsinthepark.com to become a participant. You can set up your own fundraising page, email your friends about it and even share your progress on Facebook. If you know others who are also participating why not become a team? Teams qualify for additional prizes and incentives and are a great way to have fun with friends or colleagues and give to a good cause.

PERKS
The more money you raise the more you benefit. 
Not only are there prizes for top fundraisers but depending on the amount you can qualify for a t-shirt, gift bag and more.

Happy Pride from the Ballyhoo! Push Pin Media Team!!!

Happy Pride from the Ballyhoo! Push Pin Media Team!!!

lemonTree creations in association with Spiderbones Performing Arts present: MSM [men seeking men] A dance theatre piece inspired by actual transcripts of online conversations between men who seek other men. Set inside a world of electronic beats where the DJ is the Omnipotent Power, the piece is a movement deconstruction of online male personas and desires towards other men. Monday, June 23 @ 9:30 Preview $10 Tuesday, June 24 @ 9:30 OPENING $20 Wednesday June 25 - Sunday June 29 
Runs 7:30pm AND 9:30pm nightly Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street (South of Wellesley, East of Parliament) Directed and Choreographed by Indrit Kasapi Live beats by DJ John Caffery  Dramaturgy by Jonathan Seinen Production Design by Joseph Pagnan Costume Design by Isidra Cruz Stage Management by Heather Bellingham Production Management by Debbie Courchene Associate Producer Spiderbones Performing Arts, Jeff D’Hondt. Associate Artist Ryan G. Hinds The Company Cole Alvis Aldrin Bundoc Corrado Cerutto Austin Fagan Andrew Hartley Ryan G. HindsLouis Laberge-Côté Nico Racicot 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDiS8F-yoCQ
lemonTree creations in association with Spiderbones Performing Arts present: 

MSM [men seeking men] 

A dance theatre piece inspired by actual transcripts of online conversations between men who seek other men. Set inside a world of electronic beats where the DJ is the Omnipotent Power, the piece is a movement deconstruction of online male personas and desires towards other men. 

Monday, June 23 @ 9:30 Preview $10 
TuesdayJune 24 @ 9:30 OPENING $20 
Wednesday June 25 - Sunday June 29 
Runs 7:30pm AND 9:30pm nightly 

Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street 
(South of Wellesley, East of Parliament) 

Directed and Choreographed by Indrit Kasapi 
Live beats by DJ John Caffery  
Dramaturgy by Jonathan Seinen 
Production Design by Joseph Pagnan 
Costume Design by Isidra Cruz 
Stage Management by Heather Bellingham 
Production Management by Debbie Courchene 
Associate Producer Spiderbones Performing Arts, Jeff D’Hondt. 
Associate Artist Ryan G. Hinds 

The Company 
Cole Alvis 
Aldrin Bundoc 
Corrado Cerutto 
Austin Fagan 
Andrew Hartley 
Ryan G. Hinds
Louis Laberge-Côté 
Nico Racicot 


Confessions of an Operatic Mute




Herculean Effort is currently in pre-production with a one man show, inspired by Briane’s first career – as a non-singing performer with the Canadian Opera Company.
Over a seven-year period Briane appeared in roles ranging from a Nubian Slave to an “Elegant Gentlemen”, logging 287 performances without singing a note.
Sharing his successes and failures, both on stage and in romance, this comical one hour show, charts his course from the audience of the O’Keefe Centre in Toronto, when he was 8, to his adventures on tour visiting ten provinces and 38 states.
After his retirement from opera Briane went on to a career as a stand-up comic in the Yuk Yuks circuit, appearing with Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey and on A&E’ “Evening at the Improv”..
“Confessions” which previewed at the SouloTheatre Festivals in Toronto last May and in Totnes, England last July, is being remounted and improved by Dora Award winning director by Peter Moss – petermoss.ca

Toronto Fringe Festival
George Ignatieff Theatre - 15 Devonshire Place
Wednesday, July 2 to Saturday, July 12Click HERE for full schedule

Tickets Available at fringetoronto.com

Confessions of an Operatic Mute

Herculean Effort is currently in pre-production with a one man show, inspired by Briane’s first career – as a non-singing performer with the Canadian Opera Company.

Over a seven-year period Briane appeared in roles ranging from a Nubian Slave to an “Elegant Gentlemen”, logging 287 performances without singing a note.

Sharing his successes and failures, both on stage and in romance, this comical one hour show, charts his course from the audience of the O’Keefe Centre in Toronto, when he was 8, to his adventures on tour visiting ten provinces and 38 states.

After his retirement from opera Briane went on to a career as a stand-up comic in the Yuk Yuks circuit, appearing with Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey and on A&E’ “Evening at the Improv”..

“Confessions” which previewed at the SouloTheatre Festivals in Toronto last May and in Totnes, England last July, is being remounted and improved by Dora Award winning director by Peter Moss – petermoss.ca

Toronto Fringe Festival

George Ignatieff Theatre - 15 Devonshire Place

Wednesday, July 2 to Saturday, July 12
Click HERE for full schedule

Tickets Available at fringetoronto.com

THE JUNCTION SUMMER SOLSTICE FESTIVAL
June 21st, NOON TO MIDNIGHT
Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.
Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!
Official Festival Website:thejunctionsummersolstice.comOn Twitter: #junctionsolstice@junctionsummerFacebookwww.facebook.com/thejunctionsummersolstice
FB Eventwww.facebook.com/events/244257569111994/

THE JUNCTION SUMMER SOLSTICE FESTIVAL

June 21st, NOON TO MIDNIGHT

Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.

Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!

Official Festival Website:
thejunctionsummersolstice.com

On Twitter:
#junctionsolstice

@junctionsummer

Facebook
www.facebook.com/thejunctionsummersolstice

FB Event
www.facebook.com/events/244257569111994/

Know Where You StandAt Fun Fit - The BeachSaturday, July 5, 2014Between Kew Beach and Donald Summerville PoolFor more info, please call 416-699-9292 See www.sporttesting.com or www.alsinclair.com

Know Where You Stand
At Fun Fit - The Beach

Saturday, July 5, 2014
Between Kew Beach and Donald Summerville Pool

For more info, please call 416-699-9292 
See www.sporttesting.com or www.alsinclair.com

The Breakthroughs Film Festival returns June 13 at 7:30 PM to the Al Green Theatre!
Entering its 3rd year, Breakthrough Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the work of New Generation Women filmmakers in Canada. Past festivals have proudly presented films by emerging talent including Sophie Goyette, Raha Shirazi and Chloé Robichaud.
Breakthroughs refers to the struggles women artists face in an industry where they make up only 6 percent of directors and must, in many cases, work even harder than their male counterparts to make their voices heard.
For more information, please visit www.breakthroughsfilmfestival.com
Breakthrough Film Festival is presented by Octavia Films: A Nonprofit for Women, and is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
Check out the Breakthrough Films Promo Reel:
http://vimeo.com/73736876

The Breakthroughs Film Festival returns June 13 at 7:30 PM to the Al Green Theatre!

Entering its 3rd year, Breakthrough Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the work of New Generation Women filmmakers in Canada. Past festivals have proudly presented films by emerging talent including Sophie GoyetteRaha Shirazi and Chloé Robichaud.

Breakthroughs refers to the struggles women artists face in an industry where they make up only 6 percent of directors and must, in many cases, work even harder than their male counterparts to make their voices heard.

For more information, please visit 
www.breakthroughsfilmfestival.com

Breakthrough Film Festival is presented by Octavia Films: A Nonprofit for Women, and is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.

Check out the Breakthrough Films Promo Reel:

http://vimeo.com/73736876

A Spirit’s Face by Jeff D’Hondt
On now until June 14, 2014
“Jake” played by Cole Alvis “Hunter” played by Madison Walsh
From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/
How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.
It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.
This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.
Evening Shows: $20 Previews/Matinees: $15 Discount Tickets: $10**discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.
Visit the Spiderbones Performing Artswebsite or Facebook page
Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.
TICKETS
Regular and discounted tickets are available online here. Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only. At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.

A Spirit’s Face
by Jeff D’Hondt

On now until June 14, 2014

“Jake” played by Cole Alvis
“Hunter” played by Madison Walsh

From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/

How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.

It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.

This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.

Evening Shows: $20
Previews/Matinees: $15
Discount Tickets: $10*
*discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.

Visit the Spiderbones Performing Arts
website or Facebook page

Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.

TICKETS

Regular and discounted tickets are available online here.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.

Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca

More information on ticket pick-up here.

Odon Wagner Contemporary Gallery Presents

La Lumière Transcrite
Lucien Clergue

Thursday, May 1 – Sunday, May 31, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, MAY 8
6-9PM

Lucien Clergue, 2013 President of the French Académie des Beaux-Arts, will be present.

Clergue’s Premiere Canadian Exhibition
In celebration of renowned French photographer Lucien Clergue’s 80th birthday, Odon Wagner Contemporary is pleased to present La Lumière Transcrite, Clergue’s premiere Canadian exhibition that is a unique selection of photographs in conjunction with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

This high-caliber retrospective will consist of 60 photographs produced by Clergue throughout his noteworthy career, providing the viewer exposure to his vintage photographs from the mid 1950’s through to his latest work from 2013. The exhibition catalogue features the essay, La Lumière Transcrite by Jean-Francois Dreuilhe, Ph.D., Art Sciences, Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, written in French and English. 

View the catalogue here.

Mr. Clergue will be in Toronto May 7 – 10, 2014.


To schedule an interview, a private viewing, request a catalogue, request high resolution images or for further information please contact Caitlin McCullough at
Caitlin@odonwagnergallery.com or 416.962.0438

Odon Wagner Contemporary Gallery
198 Davenport Road Toronto, Canada
416. 962. 0438
odonwagnergallery.com

Penguin Canada invites you to the Toronto launch ofFARMAGEDDON - The True Cost Of Cheap MeatWith Author Philip Lymbery (Chief executive of Compassion in World Farming)Thursday, May 16PMOISE Nexus Lounge (12th Floor, Room 130)252 Bloor St. West (Bloor and St. George)Toronto, ONLimited space is available, please RSVP by April 25th.trish.bunnett@ca.penguingroup.com416-928-2408
#farmageddon

Penguin Canada invites you to the Toronto launch of
FARMAGEDDON - The True Cost Of Cheap Meat
With Author Philip Lymbery (Chief executive of Compassion in World Farming)

Thursday, May 1
6PM
OISE Nexus Lounge (12th Floor, Room 130)
252 Bloor St. West (Bloor and St. George)
Toronto, ON

Limited space is available, please RSVP by April 25th.
trish.bunnett@ca.penguingroup.com
416-928-2408

#farmageddon




It`s been a long winter. You need a good laugh. We’ve got it…and more. 
Toronto Festival of Clowns presents their Ninth Annual Festival
The Toronto festival of clowns continues to grow and solidify itself as a signature Toronto event – an event like no other! This year there’s even more to offer - and a rare opportunity to see some of the best clowns, bouffon artists and physical theatre performers, our city and the world have to offer.
We’re also delighted to announce the Red Nose District – our opening night cabaret hosted by perennial Toronto favourites Morro and Jasp, and a presentation workshop with Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil!

Whether red nose, bouffon, character, dance, physical theatre, vaudville, mime or puppetry, the TFOC pops up out of the fringes and for a limited five day run, sends out a charge of all things electric, magnetic, virtuosic and magic.
8 full-length shows, 5 cabarets, and a dozen 20 minute micro plays - over 100 performers highlighting varying styles, such as clown, bouffon, character, puppetry, physical theatre, dance, mime, mask, and vaudeville. Get ready to clown!






Visit www.torontofestivalofclowns.com/ for full line up and schedule.
The Ninth Annual Toronto Festival of Clowns (TFOC)
Wednesday, May 28th to Sunday, June 1st, 2014Pia Bouman Studio Theatre (6 Noble Street) Brockton Collective Studio (442 Dufferin Street)
Single Tickets $155 Show Pass $6510 Show Pass $115
Full schedule and ticket information available at www.torontofestivalofclowns.com

It`s been a long winter.
You need a good laugh.
We’ve got it…and more.

Toronto Festival of Clowns presents their Ninth Annual Festival

The Toronto festival of clowns continues to grow and solidify itself as a signature Toronto event – an event like no other! This year there’s even more to offer - and a rare opportunity to see some of the best clowns, bouffon artists and physical theatre performers, our city and the world have to offer.

We’re also delighted to announce the Red Nose District – our opening night cabaret hosted by perennial Toronto favourites Morro and Jasp, and a presentation workshop with Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil!

Whether red nose, bouffon, character, dance, physical theatre, vaudville, mime or puppetry, the TFOC pops up out of the fringes and for a limited five day run, sends out a charge of all things electric, magnetic, virtuosic and magic.

8 full-length shows, 5 cabarets, and a dozen 20 minute micro plays - over 100 performers highlighting varying styles, such as clown, bouffon, character, puppetry, physical theatre, dance, mime, mask, and vaudeville. Get ready to clown!

Visit www.torontofestivalofclowns.com/ for full line up and schedule.

The Ninth Annual Toronto Festival of Clowns (TFOC)

Wednesday, May 28th to Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Pia Bouman Studio Theatre (6 Noble Street)
Brockton Collective Studio (442 Dufferin Street)

Single Tickets $15
5 Show Pass $65
10 Show Pass $115

Full schedule and ticket information available at www.torontofestivalofclowns.com

EL JINETE – A MARIACHI OPERA

Featuring Mariachi Los Dorados, El Jinete is a tale of love, vengeance and the supernatural, told through classics of the Mariachi repertoire. Inspired by the Golden Era of Mexican cinema, the show uses multi-layered projections to make it a black and white film come to life. The Rider is a cursed mariachi with a bullet wound in his heart; like a Mexican Orpheus, he crosses the border into El Norte to avenge the kidnapping of his bride. On the other side of the Rio Grande, he finds a strange and modern world, from which he may never return…. 
$1590 minutesTheatre Passe Muraille MainspaceFriday August 8, 7:00pmSaturday August 9, 10:00pmSunday August 10, 12:00pmTuesday August 12, 7:00pmWednesday August 13, 4:30pmThursday August 14, 9:30pmSaturday August 16, 5:00pm
Puente Theatre Company
More info and tickets: Summerworks

EL JINETE – A MARIACHI OPERA


Featuring Mariachi Los Dorados, El Jinete is a tale of love, vengeance and the supernatural, told through classics of the Mariachi repertoire. Inspired by the Golden Era of Mexican cinema, the show uses multi-layered projections to make it a black and white film come to life. The Rider is a cursed mariachi with a bullet wound in his heart; like a Mexican Orpheus, he crosses the border into El Norte to avenge the kidnapping of his bride. On the other side of the Rio Grande, he finds a strange and modern world, from which he may never return…. 

$15
90 minutes
Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace
Friday August 8, 7:00pm
Saturday August 9, 10:00pm
Sunday August 10, 12:00pm
Tuesday August 12, 7:00pm
Wednesday August 13, 4:30pm
Thursday August 14, 9:30pm
Saturday August 16, 5:00pm

Puente Theatre Company

More info and tickets: Summerworks

Dusk Dances



Dusk Dances is an outdoor dance festival that brings high quality contemporary and traditional dance to public parks. As dusk descends, a theatrical host leads the audience - which invariably includes children, dog walkers and local residents - to eclectic dance pieces that unfold in different areas of the park. Choreographers from various backgrounds are invited to create a 10-minute dance piece inspired by the park’s natural environment. Audiences are invited on a pay-what-you-can basis to an innovative site-specific festival, which is not only an artistic event but a social and cultural one as well. 
BE ENCHANTED!August 4-10thWithrow Park (South of Danforth between Logan and Carlaw)Performances nightly at 7:00 PMAdditional Thursday and Sunday Matinées at 2pm
* Incandescent and Through the Mask will not be performed on the 2 matinée performances Admission is PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN - $10 suggested minimum donation. See Toronto Withrow Park schedule here.
Visit www.duskdances.ca/media for artists’ biographies, and for information on other Dusk Dances events (Vancouver, Haliburton, Peterborough, Hamilton and Fort York).

Dusk Dances

Dusk Dances is an outdoor dance festival that brings high quality contemporary and traditional dance to public parks. As dusk descends, a theatrical host leads the audience - which invariably includes children, dog walkers and local residents - to eclectic dance pieces that unfold in different areas of the park. Choreographers from various backgrounds are invited to create a 10-minute dance piece inspired by the park’s natural environment. Audiences are invited on a pay-what-you-can basis to an innovative site-specific festival, which is not only an artistic event but a social and cultural one as well.

BE ENCHANTED!
August 4-10th
Withrow Park (South of Danforth between Logan and Carlaw)
Performances nightly at 7:00 PM
Additional Thursday and Sunday Matinées at 2pm

* Incandescent and Through the Mask will not be performed on the 2 matinée performances Admission is PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN - $10 suggested minimum donation. See Toronto Withrow Park schedule here.

Visit www.duskdances.ca/media for artists’ biographies, and for information on other Dusk Dances events (Vancouver, Haliburton, Peterborough, Hamilton and Fort York).

Guild Festival Theatre proudly presents The Importance of Being Earnestby Oscar Wilde
Presented by BMO Financial Group on the open-air Greek Stage at Guild Park in Scarborough
Artistic Director and Guild Festival Founder Sten Eirik says:
“Earnest” is a pleasurable piece of fluff made rich by the thorny wisdom lurking underneath. Two young gentlemen of the Victorian era reveal to each other how they’ve outsmarted a world of day-to-day bigotry, boredom and oppressive propriety. They each lead a double life in order to have a measure of freedom and fun. Thus, the unfolding of “Earnest” reflects the way Oscar Wilde estranged himself from the decorum of his times. Public and private stand opposed, as they did for much of Wilde’s own life.”

WHEN: Opens July 17 and runs to August 10, 2014Wednesday to Sunday at 7:30 PM - Matinees Sunday at 2 PMWHERE: Guild Park – the Greek Theatre, 201 Guildwood Parkway, Scarborough, OntarioTICKETS: Tickets: $25, Kids under 12 are FREE. Seniors $20.Box office:  416-915-6750 or online at:  www.ctptickets.com        

Guild Festival Theatre proudly presents 
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde

Presented by BMO Financial Group on the open-air Greek Stage at Guild Park in Scarborough

Artistic Director and Guild Festival Founder Sten Eirik says:

“Earnest” is a pleasurable piece of fluff made rich by the thorny wisdom lurking underneath. Two young gentlemen of the Victorian era reveal to each other how they’ve outsmarted a world of day-to-day bigotry, boredom and oppressive propriety. They each lead a double life in order to have a measure of freedom and fun. Thus, the unfolding of “Earnest” reflects the way Oscar Wilde estranged himself from the decorum of his times. Public and private stand opposed, as they did for much of Wilde’s own life.”

WHEN: Opens July 17 and runs to August 10, 2014
Wednesday to Sunday at 7:30 PM - Matinees Sunday at 2 PM
WHERE: Guild Park – the Greek Theatre, 201 Guildwood Parkway, Scarborough, Ontario
TICKETS: Tickets: $25, Kids under 12 are FREE. Seniors $20.
Box office:  416-915-6750 or online at:  www.ctptickets.com        

Porch View DancesReal People, in real time, in real spaces
When: July 16-20, 2014 - Nightly, 7 PM (4 PM on Sunday July 20th)Where: The route begins at 92 London Street (at Euclid - just north of Bloor and west of Bathurst)Price: PWYC
INFO: kaeja.org

Porch View Dances
Real People, in real time, in real spaces

When: July 16-20, 2014 - Nightly, 7 PM (4 PM on Sunday July 20th)
Where: The route begins at 92 London Street (at Euclid - just north of Bloor and west of Bathurst)
Price: PWYC

INFO: kaeja.org

PAWS IN THE PARK® 2014

Walk, wag and win at the Toronto Humane Society’s largest event and fundraiser.

WALK: Raise money by collecting pledges from your colleagues, friends, family and fellow animal lovers.  Then join us on Sunday August 24th at Woodbine Park as we walk the trail through Ashbridge’s Bay Park and raise awareness about the Toronto Humane Society.

WAG: Bring your four legged friend with you to the event.  Not only will you be able to walk together, there will be plenty of fun activities for you and your dog.  Expect everything from homemade dog treats and pampered pooch mini make-overs to a photo booth and splash area. 

WIN: At Paws in the Park everyone wins.  You get a fun day out with your pets, and friends and family and the amazing feeling that comes from knowing you made a difference in the lives of helpless animals.  The Toronto Humane Society is a non-profit organization that receives no government funding and relies on the generous support of people like you. 

But, for those that are interested in our prizes for this year, don’t worry, we have tons of goodies ready to give out to participants as well as to auction off at our silent auction table.  Our grand prize for Paws 2014 is a trip for two to Las Vagas, Nevada!  Three days, with return flight and hotel stay included.  For every $100 in pledges raised participants will have a ballot entry for the grand prize entered into our draw, the more pledges you raise the greater the chance that you will be heading off to fabulous Las Vegas!

For more information about the event, please contactMakyla Deleo Manager, Media Relations and Event Logistics416-392-2273 ext. 2391mdeleo@torontohumanesociety.comwww.pawsinthepark.com
EVENT INFORMATIONToronto Humane Society Paws In the Park 2014Location: Woodbine Beach and Ashbridges Bay Park TorontoDate: Sunday August 24, 2014Time: 9:00am-1:00pmWOODBINE PARKN.E. Corner of Lakeshore Blvd. and Coxwell Ave.
Register at www.pawsinthepark.com to become a participant. You can set up your own fundraising page, email your friends about it and even share your progress on Facebook. If you know others who are also participating why not become a team? Teams qualify for additional prizes and incentives and are a great way to have fun with friends or colleagues and give to a good cause.PERKSThe more money you raise the more you benefit. Not only are there prizes for top fundraisers but depending on the amount you can qualify for a t-shirt, gift bag and more.

PAWS IN THE PARK® 2014

Walk, wag and win at the Toronto Humane Society’s largest event and fundraiser.

WALK: Raise money by collecting pledges from your colleagues, friends, family and fellow animal lovers.  Then join us on Sunday August 24th at Woodbine Park as we walk the trail through Ashbridge’s Bay Park and raise awareness about the Toronto Humane Society.

WAG: Bring your four legged friend with you to the event.  Not only will you be able to walk together, there will be plenty of fun activities for you and your dog.  Expect everything from homemade dog treats and pampered pooch mini make-overs to a photo booth and splash area. 

WIN: At Paws in the Park everyone wins.  You get a fun day out with your pets, and friends and family and the amazing feeling that comes from knowing you made a difference in the lives of helpless animals.  The Toronto Humane Society is a non-profit organization that receives no government funding and relies on the generous support of people like you. 

But, for those that are interested in our prizes for this year, don’t worry, we have tons of goodies ready to give out to participants as well as to auction off at our silent auction table.  Our grand prize for Paws 2014 is a trip for two to Las Vagas, Nevada!  Three days, with return flight and hotel stay included.  For every $100 in pledges raised participants will have a ballot entry for the grand prize entered into our draw, the more pledges you raise the greater the chance that you will be heading off to fabulous Las Vegas!

For more information about the event, please contact
Makyla Deleo 
Manager, Media Relations and Event Logistics
416-392-2273 ext. 2391
mdeleo@torontohumanesociety.com
www.pawsinthepark.com

EVENT INFORMATION
Toronto Humane Society Paws In the Park 2014
Location: Woodbine Beach and Ashbridges Bay Park Toronto
Date: Sunday August 24, 2014
Time: 9:00am-1:00pm
WOODBINE PARK
N.E. Corner of Lakeshore Blvd. and Coxwell Ave.

Register at www.pawsinthepark.com to become a participant. You can set up your own fundraising page, email your friends about it and even share your progress on Facebook. If you know others who are also participating why not become a team? Teams qualify for additional prizes and incentives and are a great way to have fun with friends or colleagues and give to a good cause.

PERKS
The more money you raise the more you benefit. 
Not only are there prizes for top fundraisers but depending on the amount you can qualify for a t-shirt, gift bag and more.

Happy Pride from the Ballyhoo! Push Pin Media Team!!!

Happy Pride from the Ballyhoo! Push Pin Media Team!!!

lemonTree creations in association with Spiderbones Performing Arts present: MSM [men seeking men] A dance theatre piece inspired by actual transcripts of online conversations between men who seek other men. Set inside a world of electronic beats where the DJ is the Omnipotent Power, the piece is a movement deconstruction of online male personas and desires towards other men. Monday, June 23 @ 9:30 Preview $10 Tuesday, June 24 @ 9:30 OPENING $20 Wednesday June 25 - Sunday June 29 
Runs 7:30pm AND 9:30pm nightly Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street (South of Wellesley, East of Parliament) Directed and Choreographed by Indrit Kasapi Live beats by DJ John Caffery  Dramaturgy by Jonathan Seinen Production Design by Joseph Pagnan Costume Design by Isidra Cruz Stage Management by Heather Bellingham Production Management by Debbie Courchene Associate Producer Spiderbones Performing Arts, Jeff D’Hondt. Associate Artist Ryan G. Hinds The Company Cole Alvis Aldrin Bundoc Corrado Cerutto Austin Fagan Andrew Hartley Ryan G. HindsLouis Laberge-Côté Nico Racicot 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDiS8F-yoCQ
lemonTree creations in association with Spiderbones Performing Arts present: 

MSM [men seeking men] 

A dance theatre piece inspired by actual transcripts of online conversations between men who seek other men. Set inside a world of electronic beats where the DJ is the Omnipotent Power, the piece is a movement deconstruction of online male personas and desires towards other men. 

Monday, June 23 @ 9:30 Preview $10 
TuesdayJune 24 @ 9:30 OPENING $20 
Wednesday June 25 - Sunday June 29 
Runs 7:30pm AND 9:30pm nightly 

Winchester Street Theatre 80 Winchester Street 
(South of Wellesley, East of Parliament) 

Directed and Choreographed by Indrit Kasapi 
Live beats by DJ John Caffery  
Dramaturgy by Jonathan Seinen 
Production Design by Joseph Pagnan 
Costume Design by Isidra Cruz 
Stage Management by Heather Bellingham 
Production Management by Debbie Courchene 
Associate Producer Spiderbones Performing Arts, Jeff D’Hondt. 
Associate Artist Ryan G. Hinds 

The Company 
Cole Alvis 
Aldrin Bundoc 
Corrado Cerutto 
Austin Fagan 
Andrew Hartley 
Ryan G. Hinds
Louis Laberge-Côté 
Nico Racicot 


Confessions of an Operatic Mute




Herculean Effort is currently in pre-production with a one man show, inspired by Briane’s first career – as a non-singing performer with the Canadian Opera Company.
Over a seven-year period Briane appeared in roles ranging from a Nubian Slave to an “Elegant Gentlemen”, logging 287 performances without singing a note.
Sharing his successes and failures, both on stage and in romance, this comical one hour show, charts his course from the audience of the O’Keefe Centre in Toronto, when he was 8, to his adventures on tour visiting ten provinces and 38 states.
After his retirement from opera Briane went on to a career as a stand-up comic in the Yuk Yuks circuit, appearing with Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey and on A&E’ “Evening at the Improv”..
“Confessions” which previewed at the SouloTheatre Festivals in Toronto last May and in Totnes, England last July, is being remounted and improved by Dora Award winning director by Peter Moss – petermoss.ca

Toronto Fringe Festival
George Ignatieff Theatre - 15 Devonshire Place
Wednesday, July 2 to Saturday, July 12Click HERE for full schedule

Tickets Available at fringetoronto.com

Confessions of an Operatic Mute

Herculean Effort is currently in pre-production with a one man show, inspired by Briane’s first career – as a non-singing performer with the Canadian Opera Company.

Over a seven-year period Briane appeared in roles ranging from a Nubian Slave to an “Elegant Gentlemen”, logging 287 performances without singing a note.

Sharing his successes and failures, both on stage and in romance, this comical one hour show, charts his course from the audience of the O’Keefe Centre in Toronto, when he was 8, to his adventures on tour visiting ten provinces and 38 states.

After his retirement from opera Briane went on to a career as a stand-up comic in the Yuk Yuks circuit, appearing with Howie Mandel and Jim Carrey and on A&E’ “Evening at the Improv”..

“Confessions” which previewed at the SouloTheatre Festivals in Toronto last May and in Totnes, England last July, is being remounted and improved by Dora Award winning director by Peter Moss – petermoss.ca

Toronto Fringe Festival

George Ignatieff Theatre - 15 Devonshire Place

Wednesday, July 2 to Saturday, July 12
Click HERE for full schedule

Tickets Available at fringetoronto.com

THE JUNCTION SUMMER SOLSTICE FESTIVAL
June 21st, NOON TO MIDNIGHT
Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.
Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!
Official Festival Website:thejunctionsummersolstice.comOn Twitter: #junctionsolstice@junctionsummerFacebookwww.facebook.com/thejunctionsummersolstice
FB Eventwww.facebook.com/events/244257569111994/

THE JUNCTION SUMMER SOLSTICE FESTIVAL

June 21st, NOON TO MIDNIGHT

Presenting The Junction Summer Solstice Festival- The first festival of the Summer Season, celebrating the longest day of the year. You can learn all about the Junction by enjoying a full day of activities & events showcasing the best Junction has to offer. With fantastic summer themed entertainment, sunny energy and a shopping experience like no other in the City.

Celebrate DIY culture, love for art, design and music. Green powered event showcasing our neighbourhood’s passion for healthy lifestyle and love for fresh quality food. Day to Night enjoy family friendly shows and workshops, take a spin on a Ferris wheel and taste the Junction. Stay around for a special events, movie screening and enjoy the bustling nightlife. June 21st- noon to midnight experience the magic allure of West Toronto treasure-The Junction!

Official Festival Website:
thejunctionsummersolstice.com

On Twitter:
#junctionsolstice

@junctionsummer

Facebook
www.facebook.com/thejunctionsummersolstice

FB Event
www.facebook.com/events/244257569111994/

Know Where You StandAt Fun Fit - The BeachSaturday, July 5, 2014Between Kew Beach and Donald Summerville PoolFor more info, please call 416-699-9292 See www.sporttesting.com or www.alsinclair.com

Know Where You Stand
At Fun Fit - The Beach

Saturday, July 5, 2014
Between Kew Beach and Donald Summerville Pool

For more info, please call 416-699-9292 
See www.sporttesting.com or www.alsinclair.com

The Breakthroughs Film Festival returns June 13 at 7:30 PM to the Al Green Theatre!
Entering its 3rd year, Breakthrough Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the work of New Generation Women filmmakers in Canada. Past festivals have proudly presented films by emerging talent including Sophie Goyette, Raha Shirazi and Chloé Robichaud.
Breakthroughs refers to the struggles women artists face in an industry where they make up only 6 percent of directors and must, in many cases, work even harder than their male counterparts to make their voices heard.
For more information, please visit www.breakthroughsfilmfestival.com
Breakthrough Film Festival is presented by Octavia Films: A Nonprofit for Women, and is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
Check out the Breakthrough Films Promo Reel:
http://vimeo.com/73736876

The Breakthroughs Film Festival returns June 13 at 7:30 PM to the Al Green Theatre!

Entering its 3rd year, Breakthrough Film Festival is dedicated to promoting the work of New Generation Women filmmakers in Canada. Past festivals have proudly presented films by emerging talent including Sophie GoyetteRaha Shirazi and Chloé Robichaud.

Breakthroughs refers to the struggles women artists face in an industry where they make up only 6 percent of directors and must, in many cases, work even harder than their male counterparts to make their voices heard.

For more information, please visit 
www.breakthroughsfilmfestival.com

Breakthrough Film Festival is presented by Octavia Films: A Nonprofit for Women, and is generously supported by the Ontario Arts Council.

Check out the Breakthrough Films Promo Reel:

http://vimeo.com/73736876

A Spirit’s Face by Jeff D’Hondt
On now until June 14, 2014
“Jake” played by Cole Alvis “Hunter” played by Madison Walsh
From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/
How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.
It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.
This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.
Evening Shows: $20 Previews/Matinees: $15 Discount Tickets: $10**discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.
Visit the Spiderbones Performing Artswebsite or Facebook page
Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.
TICKETS
Regular and discounted tickets are available online here. Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only. At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402 Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.

A Spirit’s Face
by Jeff D’Hondt

On now until June 14, 2014

“Jake” played by Cole Alvis
“Hunter” played by Madison Walsh

From http://www.nativeearth.ca/a-spirits-face/

How screwed up can a social worker get? Can heartbreak be so painful that it changes our DNA? A Spirit’s Face removes the masks hiding our deepest scars, to answer these questions. Hunter Stowe, a gifted Aboriginal palliative care worker more comfortable with death than life, somehow connects with Jake Montour, a dorky Aboriginal addictions counsellor struggling with anxiety disorder.

It’s a miracle that two prickly, burned out professionals have found love; it’s a tragedy that they’ve found it while gene-altering trauma masks their happiness behind stories of woe. When a desperate Jake asks Hunter to breach her professional ethics, neither of them realize how two words will change them, all the way down to cell level: mask’s off.

This run will feature accessible performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Click here for more information.

Evening Shows: $20
Previews/Matinees: $15
Discount Tickets: $10*
*discount applicable to students/ elders/ youth/ arts workers/ employees of social services, health service, or Aboriginal organizations with valid ID.

Visit the Spiderbones Performing Arts
website or Facebook page

Audience Warning: coarse language; sexual and violent content.

TICKETS

Regular and discounted tickets are available online here.
Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.

Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca

More information on ticket pick-up here.

Odon Wagner Contemporary Gallery Presents

La Lumière Transcrite
Lucien Clergue

Thursday, May 1 – Sunday, May 31, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, MAY 8
6-9PM

Lucien Clergue, 2013 President of the French Académie des Beaux-Arts, will be present.

Clergue’s Premiere Canadian Exhibition
In celebration of renowned French photographer Lucien Clergue’s 80th birthday, Odon Wagner Contemporary is pleased to present La Lumière Transcrite, Clergue’s premiere Canadian exhibition that is a unique selection of photographs in conjunction with the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

This high-caliber retrospective will consist of 60 photographs produced by Clergue throughout his noteworthy career, providing the viewer exposure to his vintage photographs from the mid 1950’s through to his latest work from 2013. The exhibition catalogue features the essay, La Lumière Transcrite by Jean-Francois Dreuilhe, Ph.D., Art Sciences, Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, written in French and English. 

View the catalogue here.

Mr. Clergue will be in Toronto May 7 – 10, 2014.


To schedule an interview, a private viewing, request a catalogue, request high resolution images or for further information please contact Caitlin McCullough at
Caitlin@odonwagnergallery.com or 416.962.0438

Odon Wagner Contemporary Gallery
198 Davenport Road Toronto, Canada
416. 962. 0438
odonwagnergallery.com

Penguin Canada invites you to the Toronto launch ofFARMAGEDDON - The True Cost Of Cheap MeatWith Author Philip Lymbery (Chief executive of Compassion in World Farming)Thursday, May 16PMOISE Nexus Lounge (12th Floor, Room 130)252 Bloor St. West (Bloor and St. George)Toronto, ONLimited space is available, please RSVP by April 25th.trish.bunnett@ca.penguingroup.com416-928-2408
#farmageddon

Penguin Canada invites you to the Toronto launch of
FARMAGEDDON - The True Cost Of Cheap Meat
With Author Philip Lymbery (Chief executive of Compassion in World Farming)

Thursday, May 1
6PM
OISE Nexus Lounge (12th Floor, Room 130)
252 Bloor St. West (Bloor and St. George)
Toronto, ON

Limited space is available, please RSVP by April 25th.
trish.bunnett@ca.penguingroup.com
416-928-2408

#farmageddon




It`s been a long winter. You need a good laugh. We’ve got it…and more. 
Toronto Festival of Clowns presents their Ninth Annual Festival
The Toronto festival of clowns continues to grow and solidify itself as a signature Toronto event – an event like no other! This year there’s even more to offer - and a rare opportunity to see some of the best clowns, bouffon artists and physical theatre performers, our city and the world have to offer.
We’re also delighted to announce the Red Nose District – our opening night cabaret hosted by perennial Toronto favourites Morro and Jasp, and a presentation workshop with Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil!

Whether red nose, bouffon, character, dance, physical theatre, vaudville, mime or puppetry, the TFOC pops up out of the fringes and for a limited five day run, sends out a charge of all things electric, magnetic, virtuosic and magic.
8 full-length shows, 5 cabarets, and a dozen 20 minute micro plays - over 100 performers highlighting varying styles, such as clown, bouffon, character, puppetry, physical theatre, dance, mime, mask, and vaudeville. Get ready to clown!






Visit www.torontofestivalofclowns.com/ for full line up and schedule.
The Ninth Annual Toronto Festival of Clowns (TFOC)
Wednesday, May 28th to Sunday, June 1st, 2014Pia Bouman Studio Theatre (6 Noble Street) Brockton Collective Studio (442 Dufferin Street)
Single Tickets $155 Show Pass $6510 Show Pass $115
Full schedule and ticket information available at www.torontofestivalofclowns.com

It`s been a long winter.
You need a good laugh.
We’ve got it…and more.

Toronto Festival of Clowns presents their Ninth Annual Festival

The Toronto festival of clowns continues to grow and solidify itself as a signature Toronto event – an event like no other! This year there’s even more to offer - and a rare opportunity to see some of the best clowns, bouffon artists and physical theatre performers, our city and the world have to offer.

We’re also delighted to announce the Red Nose District – our opening night cabaret hosted by perennial Toronto favourites Morro and Jasp, and a presentation workshop with Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil!

Whether red nose, bouffon, character, dance, physical theatre, vaudville, mime or puppetry, the TFOC pops up out of the fringes and for a limited five day run, sends out a charge of all things electric, magnetic, virtuosic and magic.

8 full-length shows, 5 cabarets, and a dozen 20 minute micro plays - over 100 performers highlighting varying styles, such as clown, bouffon, character, puppetry, physical theatre, dance, mime, mask, and vaudeville. Get ready to clown!

Visit www.torontofestivalofclowns.com/ for full line up and schedule.

The Ninth Annual Toronto Festival of Clowns (TFOC)

Wednesday, May 28th to Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Pia Bouman Studio Theatre (6 Noble Street)
Brockton Collective Studio (442 Dufferin Street)

Single Tickets $15
5 Show Pass $65
10 Show Pass $115

Full schedule and ticket information available at www.torontofestivalofclowns.com

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