One Sparkles All Shine Toronto’s Thanksgiving Treat

People’s Performing Arts Centre (PPAC) presents Voices of Thanksgiving llOne Sparkles, All Shine. This event embraces and highlights creative talents in the Greater Toronto area of Canada. Voices of Thanksgiving will feature Damian Andre, Jimmi Freshh, Gill Donaldson, Mighty Mystic, Jah Kettle, Tallman JR, p! Barrington, and Gloria Surage for an eclectic evening of musical and theatrical performances. Voices of Thanksgiving ll will be held on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at the Jamaican Canadian Association Centre, 995 Arrow Road, North York, Canada, at 8:00 PM.

This stellar group of performers is well known in Canadian communities by their reliable marks of distinctions. The vocalists and musicians provide a variety of entertainment which appeals to youth and adults of all ages.  Patrick Barrington (p! Barrington) of da Kink in my Hair fame and the talented Gloria Surage will present a preview of their latest comedic work, Huggly Heggie and Ruff Neck Granny.

Gloria Surage will inspire you with her ‘Inspired Vitality Dance’ which is a spellbinding performance that embodies spiritual awareness, passion, faith, and optimism. With rapt movements, its awe-raising choreography creates a precious tapestry of a woman’s unyielding strength and immaculate grace.

About People’s Performing Arts Centre (PPAC)
People’s Performing Art Centre (PPAC) is a non-profit organization in Toronto, Canada. The mission of PPAC is to motivate and empower individuals through the performing arts. The motto of the organization: Community Upliftment Through Theatre Engagement, (CUTTE), expresses the desire to enhance community development and the appreciation for the performing arts.
 
The organization is not government funded and obtains all its revenues from sponsorships and the production of community based events.
 
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