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11/30/2016 00:00:00 A Better Place Downtown $20 - $29

When one woman is diagnosed with a debilitating illness, her life swings wildly off-course. A Better Place is a play that will delve into your heart, and leave you shaken, emotional, and deeply contemplative. Stella Russo is a widow who has leapt forward into her new life as a single woman. With her days filled with friends, fun, and laughter, Stella relishes each moment. When she is shaken by a life-altering diagnosis, the path before her is uncertain and unclear. Stella's struggles will ignite your own visceral reactions: joy and fear, anger and love, denial and acceptance. Performances run from November 30th through December 11th at Factory Theatre.
by via City of Toronto All Events

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