Monthly Archives: May 2014

Beyond a Book Review: The Cloister Walk by Kathleen Norris

In the weeks since the semester officially ended, I have needed something different to read and absorb. A break from plays and theatre 24/7. A break from just reading books about screenwriting, playwriting, and my craft. As my mentors have … Continue reading

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After the Call: How do you locate home? at inForming Content

To all who saw my initial call about inForming Content, thanks for reading. To those of you who made it to the performance or other performances, thank you even more. It meant a lot to this artist who because of … Continue reading

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Spring Celebrations

Written 5/12/14 I haven’t done anything elaborate to celebrate spring finally arriving in Toronto. Then again, that’s because the same friends who kept reminding me that this was the worst winter ever also are careful to say that we’re not … Continue reading

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Beyond a Book/Film Review: Robert McKee’s Story, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and The English Teacher

I want to review my experiences at inForming Content 2014. I want to discuss what has changed in the past few weeks since the spring term ended and the summer term began. I want to¬†continue probing the ways my ideas … Continue reading

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