Mortar & Pestle Presents
Death of an Artist
May 27th, 2017. 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Toronto arts scene is evolving in the East End! The community has always been a strong supporter of emergent and cultivating organizations which breathe life into the city. Mortar & Pestle Productions is in their second season of bringing us young original theatre. Gerrard Art Space provides intimate appeal to to their thought provoking works which have included Closer, King Lear, and Blithe Spirit. On May 27th, 2017 they will present an evening of another fantastic production. They will premiere an original play by Kiel Frank, Death of an Artist, accompanied by a 4-course dinner with wine pairings.
Tickets are $40 and available through this link: Tickets
The ticket includes:
- 4 course dinner with drink pairings
- Original Play written by Kiel Frank hors d'oeuvres
- Thank You Goody Bags
- Chance to win one of three door prizes
Other attractions of the night:
- Silent Auction
- 50/50 Draw
Wine and Beau's All Natural Beer available for $5 before and after dinner
Thank you to all the generous parties who have made donations: The Meat Department, Canadian Opera Company, Bomb Fitness, Furballs, Winters Edge Art, Cornerstone Studio
Melissa Beveridge Artistic Director and Founder Mortar & Pestle Productions
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