Paradise by the River

Friday, October 29, 2010 - 00:00 to Sunday, December 5, 2010 - 18:00

Vittorio Rossi's Paradise By The River

In this epic and moving story, Romano, a recent immigrant, is forced to unearth his courage after being arrested without charge in his Ville-Emard home. Torn from the arms of his terrified and pregnant wife, Maria, Romano is held against his will with hundreds of men of Italian descent at a prisoner of war camp in Petawawa, Ontario. Canada has officially declared war against Italy. In the meantime his family and friends must find the strength and spirit to move forward. This powerful drama details the struggle to preserve morality in a nation seemingly intent on its demise. Paradise by the River acknowledges the 70th anniversary of the internment of Italian-Canadians.

Evening shows at 8:00pm, matinees at 2:00 (Vaughan) and 4:00 (Toronto).

The City Playhouse in Vaughan and the Lower Ossington Theatre
1000 New Westminster Ave; 100a Ossington Avenue
Vaughan; Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Evening shows at 8:00pm, matinees at 2:00 (Vaughan) and 4:00 (Toronto)
Heather

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