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Cheap Theatre in Toronto for the Week of June 20, 2010

By Mira Saraf

Five for Twenty (Or Less)

The theme for the week of June 20, 2010 is monologues & readings around the city. They all either feature solo or a series of performances all focused on this theme. All of these are among our editor, Megan’s, top picks for this week, so there’s no excuse – you can’t blame your purse strings for missing any of these shows. Enjoy!

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Eye-catching Toronto live theatre for the week of June 20, 2010

Plays that Caught Our Eye This Week

Here are all of the shows we wish we could get out and see this week! Take your pick from our list of great theatre escapes for the week of June 20, 2010:

** Shows marked with the double asterisks and in red are the ones that make Megan, our editor, wish she could clone herself so she could check them all out.

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Review: One Pure Longing: Táhirih's Search – LuminaTO

By Mira Saraf


One Pure Longing: Táhirih’s Search, playing as part of LuminaTO, is a beautiful piece that combines poetry, music and movement into a mosaic of the expression of faith and one’s love for God.

My friend Elizabeth and I did not arrive early enough for the first-come first-serve seating, and were greeted by a full house with only a handful of seats remaining together.

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Eye-catching Toronto live theatre for the week of June 13, 2010

Plays that Caught Our Eye This Week

Here are all of the shows we wish we could get out and see this week! Take your pick from our list of great theatre escapes for the week of June 13, 2010:

** Shows marked with the double asterisks and in red are the ones that make Megan, our editor, wish she could clone herself so she could check them all out.

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