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Smile Theatre Co

Smile Theatre Co

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188 Lowther Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 1E8, Canada
(416) 599-8440 smiletheatre.com
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Jun 21, 2013
This companies fills an important need - taking live, professional, musical entertainment to audience that can not get this kind of stimulation experience anywhere else. The elderly audience at the home where I attended a performance were captivated, enthralled and moved by the amazing production of a sow called "Extraordinary" - it surely lived up to its title. This is a company that we all need support - and full disclosure being what it should be - I am the Board President.

Mar 6, 2015
Smile Theatre Co. played in Ottawa and the audience was transfixed. It was an uplifting time for a group who appreciate it the most. Well done, and please come back soon.

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