Activism As Pop Culture

One of the great “new” traditions of East Van is the English-style pantomime musical comedy mounted each year at the York Theatre. This year, the play is based on Little Red Riding Hood and looks to be a good one as the girl in the title bikes her way through Grandview from Boundary Road to the Woodwards Building.

One of the features of panto is to include a lot of local and contemporary references within the show.  I was delighted, therefore, to watch the trailer put out by the Sun and see our No Tower signs featured this year!

Little Red Riding Hood opens tomorrow.

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One Response to Activism As Pop Culture

  1. dbarkley2014 says:

    Our little group will be there Friday for opening night & we are all looking forward to it. However, I would note that my last 2 No Tower signs had gone missing; now I know where they went!

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