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Radar: How To Disappear Completely, Photo Talks, Casey Veggies, and the Innoversity Creative Summit

THEATRE | How To Disappear Completely
A lighting designer uses his expertise to tell the personal and surprising story of his mother's death in How To Disappear Completely. Itai Erdal has designed for over 170 stage shows but in this new interactive play, he makes his foray into writing and acting. The play features films and photos that tell his mother's unique story in the final months of her life as she comes to terms with her impending death. How To Disappear Completely runs at Factory Theatre until May 13th.
Factory Theatre (125 Bathurst Street) 8PM $25

PHOTOGRAPHY | Photo Talks
Designer and artist Barr Gilmore comes to the Design Exchange this evening to open Photo Talks, a series happening over the next month in conjunction with the CONTACT Photography Festival. Gilmore will give a tour of Nothing is Hidden, an exhibit by Montreal artist Lynne Cohen, who exclusively shoots living spaces in institutions and domestic settings. Gilmore will discuss his role as exhibition and book designer in Cohen's showcase and give an inside perspective during his tour. Registration on the Design Exchange website is required to participate.
Design Exchange (234 Bay Street) 6:30PM $10

MUSIC | Casey Veggies
Former Odd Future member and rising L.A. rapper Casey Veggies plays his first Toronto show tonight at the Mod Club. On tour in Canada with his latest mixtape Customized Greatly Vol. 3, Casey Veggies has built a steady collection of mixtapes since 2007, each featuring collaborations with names like Tyler the Creator and Kendrick Lamar. The 6th Letter and Redway will open the show with tickets available through Ticketmaster and Union Events.
Virgin Mobile Mod Club (722 College Street) 7PM $18.50

MEDIA | Innoversity Creative Summit
Innovation, creativity and those who know it best will gather at the Toronto Reference Library today for a marketplace of ideas. The Innoversity Creative Summit will feature workshops on pitching ideas, panels covering documentary filmmaking, gaming and digital media storytelling as well as industry awards. The CFC Media Lab director Ana Serrano will deliver the keynote speech and there will be plenty of networking opportunities between the many labs, workshops and pitch sessions. If new media is your thing, this is where you need to be.
Toronto Reference Library (789 Yonge Street) 8AM

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