October Weekend in Toronto 2006

Our weekend ended on a light note with “Being Liberal Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry” presented by The Second City National Touring Company, a group of six highly Talented improv artists who performed witty, satirical sketches.

Some of the skits focused on a Parent – Teacher conference; a married couple driving in a car and each one always wanted to have the last word; several “spoofs” on the eldrerly and nursing homes; and a very touching cameo of a young boy who is trying to win his father’s approval at a baseball game.  A few of the many actors who have launched their careers at this venue are Dan Aykroyd, John Candy, Gilda Radner and Martin Short.

With memories like these, I’m planning on a return visit to Toronto.

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