OF A CITY
THE STORY OF TORONTO
A documentary film (25 minutes) presented with live music and narration, suitable for all ages. This imaginative presentation explores Toronto’s history, starting from its native indigenous roots and explores how it was founded and where its name originated. The production highlights Toronto’s major achievements, through each decade from the 1920s right through till modern times. Recognizing the past contributions of immigrants and Toronto’s embracing of diversity, the show culminates in a challenge to students to add their creativity and their unique contributions to continue building the future Toronto. Performances are followed by a 10 minute Q&A.
Written and produced by David Blackmore, President, NewArts Inc. a non profit organization.
Principal sponsor: LiUNA, Labour International Union of North America Local 183.
Producer Sponsors: Tootyr.com, UFCW Locals 175 & 633, LiUNA Local 506
School Sponsor: Heart of Gold Foundation
An official Canada 150 project.
David Blackmore, Narrator
Mack Alphonso, Music Director, Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar
Vasco Alphonso, Violin
Saturday, September 9th, 2017
2pm, 3pm and 4pm
Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre
422 Parliament (above the Local Gest)
Tickets are free, reserve you spot now while they last via Eventbrite.
Purchase a premium ticket for $50 and have your name appear in the film credits.
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