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Mad Pride in Toronto


TORONTO, CANADA

THE MAD PRIDE THEATRE FESTIVAL

All over the world MAD (marginalized and disadvantaged) communities, primarily psychiatric survivors, but not always, celebrate themselves on July 14th, MAD pride day. In tribute, The Friendly Spike Theatre Band invites you to attend the MAD PRIDE THEATRE FESTIVAL (July 9th to July 18th) a theatre arts event dedicated to the MAD community at The Friendly Spike Warehouse Theatre 2466 Dundas street west and featuring: PEACES - (Friday July 9th, Saturday July 10th at 8pm and Sunday July 11th 2:30pm) , a one person play written and performed by Srimoyee Mitra, strings together fragmented stories of deceit, violation and power; and IT'S A MAD MAD WORLD - (Wednesday July 14th at 8pm) a cabaret featuring both artists and activists. With a special performance of "Reality Bytes" by the dynamic Houselink Theatre Group., A COMMON CAUSE PART TWO - (Thursday July 15, Friday July 16, Saturday July 17 at 8pm and Sunday July 18th 2:30pm) The second episode in the reality theatre series explores commonalities between trauma survivors., All performances are pay what you can., Seating is limited. Reservations are advised., For information or reservation call Friendly Spike (416) 516 4740, Email friendlyspike@globalserve.net, Or drop by Studio - #210, 2466 Dundas Street West., , , The Friendly Spike Theatre Band is a registered charity and community theatre. , The company gratefully acknowledges the support of The Toronto Arts Council Community Arts Program, The Toronto Dollars - Community Projects, CKLN fm radio and The Friendly Spike Theatre AngelS,

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