Radar: Kathy Greenwood Q&A, Tiki Bikini Beach Paradise Party A Go-Go, Four Wings and a Prayer, "3" Group Exhibition
COMEDY | Student Focus Night With Kathy Greenwood
Kathy Greenwood gives an informal talk and Q & A this evening at the John Candy Box Theatre. Greenwood grew up in Scarborough, and has appeared on the US version of "Whose line Is It, Anyway?", The Drew Carey Show, The Kids In The Hall, "RoboCop" and many other films and television shows. This is a great opportunity to pick her brain about her career, various people she has worked with, and any aspiring comic actors out there can ask those all important questions about the secrets of her success.
The John Candy Box Theatre (70 Peter Street) 8:30PM FREE
FILM | Free Favourites: Four Wings and a Prayer
If the freezing cold weather is getting to you, and you have some leisure time this aft, "Four Wings and a Prayer" is a film worth checking out. This award-winning feature length documentary is all about the Monarch butterfly, and seeing this great creature on the big screen will leave the Discovery channel far behind! This 2006 film has won a host of awards, as well, including: Best Wildlife and Natural History Program at the Banff World Television Festival in 2008, and the Jules Verne Nature Award at the Jules Verne Film Festival in 2007.
NFB Mediatheque (150 John Street) 4PM
THEATRE | Tiki Bikini Beach Paradise Party A Go-Go! at the Next Stage Festival!
If you caught any of the buzz generated at last year's Fringe Festival about "Tiki Bikini Beach Paradise Party A Go-Go!", you will be happy to learn that this runaway hit is back on stage again here in TO at the Next Stage Festival. Rave reviews abound about this show's production, music, ensemble performance. If you can't afford to head south this winter, you can at least pretend for a few hours!
Factory Theatre (125 Bathurst Street) 6PM $12 - 15
ART | "3" Group Exhibition
The Gallery at 129 Ossington begins 2012 with a bang: a group exhibition featuring three artists all hailing from nearby locales such as Port Perry and Guelph. Meredith Bingham has had her works displayed at the gallery previously, and this will be Emily Schaefer and Rachel Vanderzwet's first showing at this venue. All three artists use "light and texture" as materials for expression and exploration, and their work could be broadly characterized as "abstract." The group show runs until 6pm today, and at the gallery until February 25th.
Gallery at 129 Ossington (129 Ossington Avenue) 12PM
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