Event: Rappaccini’s Daughter by Octavio Paz, Aluna Theatre

Rappaccini’s Daughter by Octavio Paz 1990 Nobel Prize for Literature

Monday April 23rd @  7:30 p.m.
(Free admission)

This play explores human responsibility towards science and the adaptation of fiction to the stage. An obscure scientific genius, whose experiments have been questioned by his peers, discovers a new object of study in his neighbour, a young law student who has recently moved to town.

Aluna’s studio: 1 Wiltshire Ave., studio 128 Toronto, ON, Canada    TEL.  416 203 2535

DIRECTIONS:
-Take bus #168 from the Dundas West Station
-Get off at the first stop AFTER Symington and Dupont
-Walk half a block south to Adrian and Symington, TURN LEFT
-Walk one block east to the STOP sign and you are at the Wiltshire Studios
-Turn Right into the Parking lot and go straight toward the train tracks
-TURN Left into the courtyard and look for STUDIO 128

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