Radar: July 8, 2009
Events on Toronto's Radar for WEDNESDAY JULY 8, 2009â¨... lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
FILM/THEATRE | Repo! Shadow Cats Fringe Festival SHADOW CAST
The Repo! Shadow Cats return for their 7th shadow cast performance of "Repo! The Genetic Opera" at the Bloor Cinema, this time as part of the Silver Stage for the 2009 Fringe Festival, recreating the movie onstage while the film plays behind them.
Costumes, glow-sticks, boobs and blood!
Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor St W / $10
FILM | Fantasy Pleasure Complex 10
Stefan Gruber is an animator and teacher from Seattle touring the parks and backyards of North America with "Fantasy Pleasure Complex 10," an hour-long showing of his short animated films. This all-ages show is also a dessert potluck, so feel free to bring your own!
UTSU Building, 12 Hart House Circle / FREE / 8pm
MUSIC | Kensington Market returns for a three-peat performance
Although they were only together from 1967-1969, the Kensington Market were an extremely important presence on the Toronto music scene, being one of the first Canadian groups to develop its own signature brand of synth-driven psychedelia, as well as touring in the United States and being managed by the legendary Bernie Finkelstein.
Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St W / 8:30pm / $18 advance, $20 door
THEATRE | Love and Human Extinction
When an unknown event results in human extinction, two men fight for the love of the last woman at the end of the world. Personal obsessions, alliances and community survival become entangled in the tragicomedy, "Love and Human Extinction," written and produced by Shaista Justin and directed by Saniya Ansari, with music by Oh Susanna and Aidan Mason.
Royal St. George College, 120 Howland St / 7:30pm / $10
FOOD | Harvest Wednesdays - First Taste of the Harvest
The Gladstone Hotel and Chef Marc Breton offer urbanites farm fresh fare and an opportunity to experience the unparalleled flavour of natural foods, with locally produced food, wines and beers, live music and a warm and friendly atmosphere!
Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St W / $17.50
FILM | Roadsworth: Crossing the Line
Roadsworth: Crossing the Line details a Montreal stencil artist's clandestine campaign to make his mark on the city streets, as he is prosecuted for his art at home and celebrated for it abroad. Directed by Alan Kohl.
National Film Board Cinema, 150 John St / 7pm
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