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“Journey to the Greatest Gift” Broadcast Online on October 16, 2020

From left: Lucy Virone, Clara Fraschetti and Mike Liu led a company of over 150 community members in the 50th anniversary gala performance of “Journey to the Greatest Gift” on March 5, 2019.


L’Arche Daybreak’s theatrical performance Journey to the Greatest Gift, held at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts on March 5th, was recorded on video by student volunteers from St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School. The video is being edited and will be broadcast on Daybreak’s 50th anniversary on October 16th.


The gifts and talents of so many people from our community emerged during the creation, rehearsal and performance of this magical play. Journey to the Greatest Gift brought forth our story in a concrete and tangible way — linking the joy of our senses to the joy of our spirits and leading us to grateful hearts. Stay tuned to our website and social media accounts for information on how to access the free simulcast online and purchase a DVD after the broadcast