Saturday, December 6th, 2008
Stories of More and Less

“He who is plenteously provided for from within, needs but little from without.”
   - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

“New data show that the number of millionaire households in the world soared by 14% last year, and that those households control at least a third of the world's wealth. The study also showed that the wealth gap between the haves and the have-nots continued to widen over the past five years, with much of the global wealth gains going to the wealthy.”
   - Wall Street Journal

How do you manage the paradox of more and less in your life?
What are you stories of poverty and abundance-material and spiritual?
How do you respond to these extremes in the world around you?

We live in a society that encourages us to do more and have more at every opportunity. Success is often measured quantitatively: how much and how fast we acquire money, possessions, and career opportunities. Meanwhile, we struggle to find enough time and space for the things that are most important and meaningful. Join us for an evening of stories on the topic of more and less. Come share your thoughts, feelings 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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