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THEATER | Rainbow Theater Festival 

The Rainbow Theater Festival, presented by Bread & Water Theatre, started in early April with a production of "8," the new play from Dustin Lance Black, Oscar-winning screenwriter of "Milk." But if you missed you that show — or if it left you wanting more GLBT-themed productions — you can still catch the last two shows of the Rainbow Theater Festival in the next few weeks.

Wendy Graf's "No Word in Guyanese for Me," a one-woman show about a gay Muslim immigrant struggling to reconcile her religious, cultural, and sexuality identity, premieres on Friday, April 26, at 8 p.m. The play will also run on Saturday and Sunday, April 27-28, and May 3-5. All performances are at 8 p.m., except the May 5 show, which starts at 2 p.m. After the curtain closes on "No Word," the Rainbow Theater Festival will wrap up with Tony Ayres' "The Fat Boy," which runs May 10-19.

All performances will be held at Bread & Water Theatre (243 Rosedale St.). Tickets are $6-$12 and can be purchased by calling 271-5523, or through


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