Award Nominated Show Arrived on Pink Shirt Day

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The production was performed in 6 schools around the city.

 The theme of the show is all about getting along with different cultures, and is presented in a kid friendly way. 

 Facilitator for show, Ted Sloan says it was only by coincidence the play fell on pink shirt day.

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 Sloan says the production was made possible, by the Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) who funded and organized the shows.

 

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