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Don Quixote rides onto Granville Island this September

A man and his horse. 

On September 23 the Arts Theatre Company will debut their version of Don Quixote.

"This classic tale of a country gentleman with the immortal quest has captivated readers for over four centuries. Don Quixote’s tale of courage and madness is re-imagined with masks, magic, and mayhem. Physical comedy at its finest; brought to you in collaboration with Axis Theatre Company, creators of the smash hit The Number 14."

The images tell the tale of a man of passion, a man of adventure, a man who many believed to be mad:

Passion, madness, and sleep deprivation. 

The show runs from September 23rd through to October 23rd. For tickets and more information visit the Arts Club website.

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