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Swedish Play "The 20th of November" Debuts in Toronto

What goes on in the mind of a mass murderer? A Swedish play making its Toronto debut asks that question. Laura heard from Steve McCarthy. He brought "The 20th of November" here and is directing its run. Listen audio (runs 6:33)

"The 20th of November" is making its English-language debut tonight, at 499 Dundas Street West. The play is on at 9 p.m. each night until this Sunday. Tickets are available at the door.

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