Monthly Archives: October 2014

Moving Daze: Austin, Texas

An update: I’m not leaving Toronto. Yet. I’m not sure I’m ready to commit to Canada and expat life forever, but just as I was about to give up hope, to say that I’d waited long enough for opportunities to … Continue reading

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A Quest for Why: Adaptations or Theatre from the Gut

During my independent study this past winter, I worked on adaptations of non dramatic sources to the stage (define “non dramatic” as you wish). Thankfully, a visit to the Playwrights Guild of Canada showed me that I’m not the only … Continue reading

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Getting More Involved: 2014 Nuit Blanche

I decided to take a different strategy for my second Nuit Blanche. No more wading through crowds to imbibe as much art as possible. Instead, I participated in creating one installation for 3 hours. If I could do it again, … Continue reading

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