Friday, March 16, 2012

Kate Mior as Marie Antoinette

#Toronto celebrated the warmth of TGIF with the first signs of spring being sidewalk patios and beautiful busker Kate Mior outside the Eaton Centre. The talented mime and character artist was dressed to the 18th century nines as Marie Antoinette – Queen of France, resplendent in a regal gown, powdered face and a reach-for-the-sky wig. She greeted the passing march break pedestrians at Yonge and Dundas Streets with waves, bows and a sweep of her fan, gathering in visitors for photos and donations. 
She batted her eyelashes a few times as she entertained the crowd in her persona of French Royalty in what see terms as a “bawdry and saucy take” on the famous heads-will-roll lady of history. 
Several other street performers joined her including Spiderman, Silver Elvis and some break dancers. 

See more of Kate after the jump.

You can see her through the umbrellas in Y-D Square
A panorama of the famous intersection with Kate and the Eaton Centre on the right
Looking towards the Yonge and Dundas scramble intersection

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