Saturday, October 27, 2012

Night of Dread

#Toronto ghouls cried in the night and children shivered in fear during @ClayandPaper Theatre's 13th annual parade of fears. Gathering in the afternoon of Saturday October 27, 2012 the scary creatures headed out of Dufferin Grove Park onto the streets around 6pm. Proper dress code was black, white and dreadful.
"This much-loved community celebration incorporates international folk and theatrical traditions, drawing inspiration from festivals of death and remembrance around the world. Come and dance in the streets with our city's finest musicians, puppeteers and dancers - together we'll laugh at our fears, waltz with death, eat the bread of the dead, and remember those who have gone from our midst."
Volunteers lit up a circle of paper lanterns and waiting for the horrific return of the fears and the bands that provided the beats of terror. The master of ceremonies then introduced the individual fears to the crowd - the fear of snakes, the fears of war and the fears about some elected officials.
If you handle the fear you can see more dread after the jump.

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