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posted October 21, 2005

THE NIGHT OF DREAD: Saturday October 29, 2005

Assemble at 5 p.m. (as early as 2pm) by the basketball court. From David Anderson, director of Clay and Paper Theatre:

"Night of Dread is an INVITATION to the community, both near and far, to parade our private and collective fears through the streets of Toronto and to laugh at them, mock them, to name them, and to burn their names in a big bonfire, to waltz with Death, to eat the bread of the dead and to remember those who have gone from our midst."

Night of Dread Workshops:

Every Tuesday from 7pm to 10pm, and every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 4pm, at the rink house, or by the field house in nice weather.

"Our workshops are also an INVITATION - to you - to help us build those images, giant puppet masks, costumes, shrines both personal and public and much more. Bring all your talents to join us at the Dufferin Grove Park Rink House as we prepare for the sixth annual Night of Dread over the next two weeks. We need: organizers, musicians, leafleters, dancers, masqueraders, builders, sculptors, sewers (that means people who sew!), painters, people willing to learn stilt walking, puppeteers, sponsors, donors, and much more.

Help us make this the strangest, dreadfulest, most thought-provoking Night of Dread yet! No experience necessary; only a willingness to try and join with your neighbours. All materials are provided.

For more information about how you can become involved, call David Anderson at 416-537-9105 or Brian Crosby at 416-414-4931."

The Night of Dread is a production of Clay And Paper Theater.

posted March 19, 2006

Picture Gallery, Night Of Dread Parade, 2005

See the Picture Gallery of the 2005 Night Of Dread Parade.

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