Posts tagged ‘Alzheimer’s disease’

March 8, 2013

One more Video, and a Clever Idea from Canadian Stage

Trailer for Marco Veltri’s Words to Remember:

When there is a cure for Alzheimer’s what will recovering patients have to tell their friends and family about life?
Pasquale Marco Veltri’s latest film “Words to Remember” examines the answer to that question –  what memories are there in the minds of Alzheimer sufferers? What could they tell us and what will we learn from them?

Some smart cookies over there at Canadian Stage.  I mean, I knew that before but I rarely yell, “OMG that’s BRILLIANT!” in a restaurant.

NEW: Free Childcare During THIS

Bring your kids to the theatre on Saturday, April 6 to enjoy a fun arts workshop while you check out THIS with your friends.
We’re pleased to announce a new childcare program, in partnership with Improv Care, to help make your trip to the theatre even easier.
On Saturday, April 6 during the 2 pm performance of THIS, we will offer on-site childcare provided by Improv Care. Improv Care has been providing professional on-site group child and youth care to organizations throughout the city since 2002.

The afternoon features a mask making workshop and a costume party for children aged two to 12, and gives you a convenient and reliable babysitting option. Childcare is free with a ticket to that matinee performance. (Maximum two children per adult, please, to ensure as many families as possible can participate. If you require accommodations, please contact Erin Schachter per the below.)Please call our box office at 416.368.3110 and let them know you’re interested in registering your child(ren) in the program on April 6. Bookings must be made over the phone.For full information on the program, Improv Care, the on-site leader, the activity plan, and more, please visit our website. If you have any questions please contact: Erin Schachter, Education and Audience Development Manager, at eschachter@canadianstage.com or 416.367.8243 ex 280.

 

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