Monthly Archives: November 2014

Beyond a Cafe Review: Flying Pony

There’s a reason I’m always careful to name a favorite, a top of the list #1 pick. Because as soon as I do, I find a reason to re-think it. Over the past couple of months, I’ve found a new … Continue reading

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Moving Daze: Queen Street East, Toronto

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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Guest Post for The Write Practice

This Playwright Explains How to Write Great Dialogue As I learn better how to write plays myself, it’s time to start spreading the knowledge and joy. I’m not sure if this simplifies the art down too much, but I’m sure … Continue reading

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Beyond A “Music” Review: Karaoke at Cage 292

Music plays an important role in my life. I’m not an audiophile. I don’t know the new hip bands before everyone else. If you scroll through my posts, you’ll find that although this girl served many years as a band … Continue reading

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On Criticism and Unicorn Love

I’ve been attending Toronto Cold Reads since their last few sessions last fall. This season, fall 2014, has been particularly kind to me. I’ve had not one but two short plays read as part of their series, I’ve made new … Continue reading

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