Women Writing Letters Event-Half Available Tickets Already Reserved and Information on Donations

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Dear Friends of Gailey Road Productions:

Thanks so much for your interest in our first fundraiser Women Writing Letters! I’m happy to report that half the tickets to the event have already been reserved. If you’re interested in joining us, reserve soon at:


Some of you have written to say that you can’t make it but would like to make a donation to the fundraiser. Your generosity is very, very much appreciated.

You can send a cheque to:

Gailey Road Productions
2181 Yonge Street
Unit 503
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 3H7

If you let me know it’s coming and I’ll keep an eye out for it.

Thanks so much for your support!

All the best,


Join Gailey Road for an afternoon of letter reading to raise funds for Gailey Road’s next production: Ana’s Shadow.

A panel of established and up-and-coming women artists and writers will be reading their letters to “The Night I’d Rather Forget!”

NISHA AHUJA, Theatre artist, creator of Cycle of a Sari and The Besetting of Reena Virk
JULIA GRAY, Playwright, author of After the Crash
MARCIA JOHNSON, Playwright, actor, author of Courting Joanna
HOLLY LUHNING, Novelist, author of Quiver
MELISSA MAJOR, Theatre artist, creator of Infinitim

Date: Sunday, October 30, 2011
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Place: MAJORspace @ The Art Triangle Lofts
30 Abell Street (south of Queen, west of Dovercourt on Abell)

Admission: $10.00

Reservations: gaileyroad@gmail.com Space is limited, reservations are a must!


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