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Today in Toronto: Beirut, Summerworks and more

Beirut After realizing the school thing wasn’t for him, Zach Condon dropped out and headed for Paris, where he first heard the Balkan tunes that would inspire his first album, Gulag Orkestar, released in 2006 under the name Beirut. Fellow eccentric Owen Pallett opens this show in support of Beirut’s latest album, The Rip Tide, out this month. Find out more »

Nicholas Metivier Gallery Group Show The artists on display here are largely figurative or landscape painters, though Michael Awad’s street scene photographs are wonderfully busy, almost abstract jumbles. Artwork $500–$20,000. Find out more »

Summerworks Michelle Monteith stars in Hannah Moscovitch’s Little One,while Volcano Theatre tackles Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s po-mo parable White Rabbit, Red Rabbit. Eurydice, an early work by terrific New York playwright Sarah Ruhl, gets its Toronto premiere. Find out more »

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