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Suicide-Site Contest >> Win Tickets on blogTO


Mammalian Diving Reflex presents "A Suicide-Site Guide to the City" March 3rd - 20th at Buddies in Badtimes Theatre. Darren O'Donnell pulls together journal entries, home videos, ramblings, found art and a little magic to explore the subject of post-9/11 confusion and despair.

The show openes on Thursday, March 3rd at 8pm and we have two double passes to give away to the two best entries in a little contest I'm calling, "Better than Suicide"

Just enter a comment for this post and tell me, in one paragraph, where you'll be when the fit really hits the shan and what you'll do to prevent the world from self-destructing.

The deadline is Midnight on Wednesday, March 2nd and you will be contacted by email to pick up your pass. The two best entries will each recieve a double pass to the opening performance.

"A Suicide-Site Guide to the City" runs from March 3rd to March 20th at Buddies in Badtimes Theatre. Tues. - Sat. 8pm and Sunday at 2:30pm. Call 416-975-8555 for more information.


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