Radar: July 28, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for TUESDAY JULY 28, 2009â¨... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
THEATRE | Power Play Theatre Presents: Theatre Of The Absurd
Power Play Theatre celebrates the works of playwrights such as Samuel Beckett, Edward Albee and Harold Pinter with performances of classic scenes and monologues from the 1950's and '60's that expressed the existentialist philosophy of meaninglessness and the absurdity of life.
Black Swan (2nd Floor), 154 Danforth Ave / PWYC / 8pm
PARTIES | Night At The Indies - Toronto Presents "Love My Family"
This fun, multi-disciplinary showcase features DJ Cozmic Cat (founder of the popular night "Cherry Bomb"), singer-songwriter Ania Soul, sketch comedy troupe Uncle Mao and The Red Star Review, a short film by Lily Ahluwalia, and storyteller/workshop artist Rico Rodriguez.
Gladstone Hotel (Melody Bar), 1214 Queen St W / $10 or PWYC / 8:30pm
COMEDY | Stand-Up Showdown
8 stand-up comics go head-to-head at The Comedy Bar: 3 topics, 1 judge, and lots of laughs for sure. Hosted by Craig Brown and Judged by Mark Forward.
The Comedy Bar / Doors 7:30pm, Show at 8pm / $5
PARTIES | Raindance Canada "Boozin' and Schmoozin'"
Raindance Canada is devoted to promoting independent Canadian film, with this popular networking event gathering filmmakers, writers, directors and actors with projects in various stages of development to compare and critique one another's work, helping foster the sense of community that is badly needed in Canada's film industry.
Paupers Pub, 539 Bloor St W / 7pm
ENVIRONMENT | Toronto Greenhouse "Green Dragons" Edition
Toronto Greenhouse brings together business owners, investors, environmental activists and media to make new connections and discuss the importance of Toronto's business sector as a sustainable "green" community.
Loki Lounge, 577 King St W / $25-$35 / 6:30pm
FASHION | Designer's Dream
Toronto image consultant Wendy Woods gives a three-hour seminar on her experience in the fashion industry, sharing her knowledge of design styles, markets, and fashion trends with both experienced and beginner Toronto designers, and helping to improve their businesses with friendly, no-nonsense advice.
Shopgirls Gallery Boutique, 1342 Queen St W
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