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Radar: April 27th, 2009

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Events on Toronto's Radar for MONDAY, APRIL 27th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar

STAGE | Miss April Day's School for Burgeoning Young Strippers
This Fringer-approved one-woman musical-comedy has comedian and former exotic dancer June Morrow guiding the audience down the path of a stripping career. Directed by Dave McKay.
Bad Dog Theatre. 138 Danforth Avenue, (416) 491-3115.
8pm / $15

MUSIC | M. Ward at The Phoenix
Since a personal concert from alt-folk singer M. Ward will never be possible, sharing him will just have to do.
Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street. (416) 323-1251.
9pm / $23.50 advance

COMEDY | The Panel Show
A current events panel discussion with famous guests and improvisers acting as famous guests. This week's panelists include Andrew Coyne (Maclean's), Kim Parlee (BNN), with Lisa Merchant improvising as Mr. T, and Paul Bates as a mystery guest. Hosted by David Shore.
The Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor Street W
8pm / $5

GAMES | Scrabble in the City
Scrabble in the City takes advantage of the new-found heat and takes over Kilgour's patio for the first time this year. Cram in some dictionary study time and head over for a pint and good, clean gaming.
Kilgour's Bar Meets Grill, 509 Bloor Street W.
7-10pm / FREE

WORDS | An Evening with Deepak Chopra
Acclaimed author, mind health expert, and inspirational speaker Deepak Chopra discusses the body, mind, and spirit.
Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street.
8pm / $39.50-69.50

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