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Radar: Bachelor, 1000 Places To See Before You Die, The Wise Kids, OFWGKTA, The Diary of Anne Frank

ART | Bachelor
Artist Georgia Dickie reveals her installation Bachelor at an opening reception at MADE tonight. Using the physical world to explore the literal and metaphorical, Dickie, an award-winning OCAD graduate, will utilize her knowledge in natural materials to reveal the structure of said physical world. The exhibit closes May 5th.
Made (867 Dundas Street West) 7PM Free

TRAVEL | 1000 Places To See Before You Die Special Travel Presentation with Patricia Schul
Veteran travel journalist and New York Times bestselling author Patricia Schul will fill the Winter Garden Theatre this evening with a special presentation about her popular guide 1000 Places To See Before You Die. The guide, a budget-friendly travel book that offers up some of the most unforgettable locales, hotels, restaurants and festivals in 28 countries, will be introduced by Schul in a short presentation about insider travel experiences. The event is free but an RSVP is required through
Winter Garden Theatre (189 Yonge Street) 7PM Free

FILM | The Wise Kids
In Charleston, South Carolina, three teens on the cusp of adulthood deal with the challenges of being in between high school and college. Set in and around their Baptist church, they struggle to understand their sexuality and stand by their personal beliefs while living in a devout community. The screening of this award-winning drama, written and directed by Stephen Cone, is presented by Inside Out, playing at the TIFF Bell Lightbox tonight.
TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King Street West) 7PM $10 general, $8 Inside Out members

Tyler, the Creator is back, Toronto. The Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All returns with all 13 members for a show at Sound Academy tonight for their first local performance in 2012 and this time the breakout hip-hop collective from L.A. will perform from their recent album Odd Future Tape Vol. 2. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster, Rotate This, Soundscapes and Play De Record. Watch out for flying bodies.
Sound Academy (11 Polson Street) 8:30PM $35-$48

THEATRE | The Diary of Anne Frank
Shakespeare in Action brings the critically acclaimed The Diary of Anne Frank back to Toronto's stages with encore performance. Opening tonight for a 2 week run, the horror and tragedy of the Holocaust is retold in this stage adaptation directed by Michael Kelly and featuring Sascha Cole as Anne. The production is designed for young audiences to be engaged in history, arts and culture. Tickets are available at the Al Green Theatre box office.
Al Green Theatre in the Miles Nadal JCC (750 Spadina Avenue) 7:30PM $25 general, $18 student/senior


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