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Decisions, Decisions

When faced with a tough decision what do you do?

a. Flip a coin.

b. Bury your head in the sand.

c. Follow your gut (and I don't mean the gut that lures you to the nearby pub during happy hour.)

d. Withdraw $20 from the ABM and venture to the Decide Show on Saturday night.

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Written, directed and produced by Stuart Knight, a Wilfred Laurier business grad, the Decide Show's tagline is 'You won't find this anywhere else.' If you're uncomfortable any kind of change, then this tagline is talking to you.

Peppered with a cappella, comedic vignettes and spoken word soliquays that glue your feet to play's intimate space, the Decide show tackles issues you've probably faced by the time you've reached your quarter-life crisis. Living on your terms or parent's. Facing and overcoming your biggest fears. And even simple things like 'wear what you like and have some fun.' (A title of one of the play's songs.)

For people who are comfortable with change in their life, dumping high maintenance friends or dealing with heartbreak's blows (okay, no one's ever completely cool with the last one), the Decide Show offers an unpredictable way to spend a Saturday night in Toronto. It even imparted a reminder to those of us (myself included) who sometimes get seduced by following the road frequently traveled: live your life the way it was meant to be lived.

Oh, there's an after party in same space so bring some extra coin. Or do whatever; it's your decision.

The Decide Show plays at KnightFlight Studio (721 Queen Street West) every Saturday at 8 p.m. It's been sold out every week so call (416) 703-9696 to RSVP for seats.

Photos courtesy of www.decideshow.com


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