Tomorrow Afternoon: An Inflatable Cow (For Real)
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Tomorrow Afternoon: An Inflatable Cow (For Real)

2007_10_23Cows.jpg This weekend, Passe Muraille kicks off its new season by remounting one of its most successful shows ever: Michael Healey‘s The Drawer Boy. To celebrate the seminal piece of theatre’s homecoming, Passe Muraille will be displaying a two-story-high inflatable cow outside the theatre tomorrow at noon.
The cow is a reference to Daisy, a stressed-out milk machine who is integral to the play’s plot (although no actual cows appear as characters in the play). Following the grand inflation, the actors from the production, including Frank CoxO’Connell, Randy Hughson and John Jarvis, will be performing several scenes from the play between 12:30 and 1:00 as a teaser for the upcoming shows. Now, doesn’t that sound udderly appealing? (GROAN!)
Photo by squiddity of toronto from the Torontoist Flickr Pool.

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