A very merry un-anniversary

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 - 23:00 to Thursday, May 13, 2010 - 23:00

Over the past 10 years Peace Theatre has provided arts-based, peace-building programming to 10,000 at-risk children and youth in Toronto  but on the eve of what should be a celebration of our accomplishments, the organization is in danger of closing its doors.

Don't let Peace Theatre fall down the rabbit hole. Come and experience the imaginative universe that Peace Theatre creates for Toronto's young people on a daily basis.  Enjoy the musical stylings of the Joe Sealy and Paul Novotny duo. Sip on a signature cocktail (Mad Hatter Spiked Iced Tea anyone?) and munch on some mini culinary delights.

Join us as we paint the roses red!

Tickets are $50 when purchased online or by phone.

                  $60 at the door.

Can't make it? You can still do your part to Keep the Peace.

Donations can be made at our website or you can purchase a ticket and donate it to someone who would otherwise not be able to attend-- simply choose the "donation" option when making your purchase. With your help Peace Theatre will be able to continue to provide its unique programming to the Toronto area.

Revival
783 College St
M6G 1C5 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 17.6652" N, 79° 25' 12.378" W
Ontario CA
Jaime Shulman

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