Saturday, April 5, 2008
Stories of Creatures Great and Small

“An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language.”
   - Martin Buber

What roles do animals play in our lives today?
How do we relate, or not relate, to the animal life surrounding us?
What stories do you hold about the animal world?

Tonight we explore the meaning of animals in our society and in our individual lives. We often take for granted our relationships with the animal world—from household pets to domesticated livestock to insects, wild animals and micro-organisms, we encounter creatures great and small each and every day. Join us this evening to share your stories and experiences, or just sit back, listen and watch.

Ralph Thornton Centre
765 Queen Street East
2 Blocks East of Broadview on the South Side of Queen Street

Pay-What-You-Can, at the door
Light refreshments will be served.

Show begins at 8 pm.


Toronto Playback Theatre
20A Lavinia Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6S 3H7

Telephone: 416.537.9595
Fax: 416.761.7428


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