In today's Urban Planner: nostalgia at Hugh's Room, camera geeks at the Congress Centre, and a play about unconventional love affairs at the Tarragon.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographers and videographers won’t want to miss ProFusion 2012, Canada’s largest imaging technology fair. Attend seminars, presentations, and product launches, or geek out over the massive selection of equipment. Toronto Congress Centre (650 Dixon Road), 9 a.m.–6 p.m., FREE with e-ticket.
THEATRE: The Tony Award–winning play The Goat, or Who is Sylvia celebrates its 10th anniversary tonight with ATIC Productions’ inaugural Toronto show. Examining a range of taboos, The Goat tells the story of a family in crisis and an unconventional love affair. Starring Tim Walker, Rosemary Doyle, Benjamin Blais, and Ben Hayward. Tarragon Theatre Extra Space (30 Bridgman Avenue), 8 p.m., $25.
MUSIC: Last week, NXNE celebrated up-and-coming bands; tonight, Patricia Hammond pays tribute to music of years past. A classically trained mezzo soprano, Hammond’s got an affinity for the nostalgic that has her performing everything from Victorian and Edwardian “parlour” songs to early jazz. Her appropriately named show, From Titanic to the Speakeasy, runs for one night only. Hugh’s Room (2261 Dundas Street West), 8:30 p.m., $12 in advance or $14 at the door.
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