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Weekend looking bright!

All month long at Theatre Nova Scotia's space at Agricola and Woodill,
DaPoPo Theatre
will be putting on its annual Live-in, a festival of plays, workshops,
readings and performances. This weekend features:

The Poor House (Saturday and Sunday, 2pm and 4pm),
A new short theatrical piece created for href="">Celebrate the Common 250,
based on the history of the Poor's Asylum, which once stood on the
corner of Robie and South Streets.

And on Saturday at 8pm, the awesome annual Playwrights' Atlantic
Resource Centre Playwrights' Cabaret, featuring authors reading
selections of their works. This year features Beverly Brett, Jacob
Martin, Norm Foster, David S. Craig, Don Hannah, Florence MacDonald,
Ryan Griffith
and Meg Coles.

A fun music weekend lies ahead!

Bend the River, Liars on Fiar at The Company House


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