Flying Hearts Family Fundraiser

by THEATRE DIRECT CANADA

  • Saturday, 10 February 2018 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)
  • Dovercourt Public School 228 Bartlett Ave, Toronto,, ON M6H 3G4

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Overview

Join Theatre Direct and the WeeFestival for a Family performance of Flying Hearts!

Flying Hearts
created by Lynda Hill and Michelle Silagy for children 2 years +
Created as a fully inclusive and Relaxed Performance experience for young people, Flying Hearts invites you to follow four friends as they journey through the worlds of Earth, Water, Air, and Light and discover all the textures and sounds around them. This production combines dance, theatre, live music, and a sensory-rich design to engage children of all abilities and sensibilities.
Help us celebrate the inaugural tour of Flying Hearts to Special Education programs throughout the TDSB and the launch of our campaign to bring this special production to more schools and communities next season!  

Details

Flying Hearts

Family Performance
February 10, 2018
3:00 pm - Welcome and Reception 
3:45 pm - Screening of Flying Hearts short documentary trailer
4:00 - Performance
Dovercourt Public School Gymnasium
228 Bartlett Avenue (between Hallam and Dupont)
Parking available | Venue is Accessible

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Dovercourt Public School
228 Bartlett Ave, Toronto,, ON M6H 3G4

10 February 2018
Saturday, 10 February 2018 3:00 PM (EST)

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About This Charity

Theatre Direct Canada is one of the Country’s leading theatres for young audiences whose award-winning productions have reached audiences in schools and theatres touring throughout Ontario, across Canada and overseas Our work is driven by a belief that young people deserve truth not diversion – that they have a right to meaningful cultural content and experiences. We view our audience as thinking, feeling, complex individuals – not a market and not future audiences, but our present audience of emerging citizens that demands relevant theatre that engages all their faculties, feelings and intellect. We believe theatre for young audiences should utilize a range of traditional and non-traditional approaches to presentation and employ multiple disciplines including dance, music, opera, puppetry and design.