Monthly Archives: April 2015

On Swimming: Can I Start the New Fitness Fad?

Last year it was yoga. Last summer it was running. Now, it’s swimming laps at the community pool around the block from my house. My personal exercise fads, born of necessity and only tangentially related to what the greater world, … Continue reading

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Unwanted Miracles

It’s not a pretty day in Toronto, this Easter Sunday. It’s gloomy cloudy and since last evening the clear streets and beginnings of green lawns and gardens sprouting have been covered over by snow. Snow pouring down from the skies … Continue reading

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Beyond a Theatre Review: THE HUNGRY

Some plays deserve all caps. I don’t like all caps most of the time. THE HUNGRY deserves all caps. On Tuesday, I went to this show feeling a little down. A project I’ve been working on for years hit a … Continue reading

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A Public Blog: HowlRound Emerging Playwright Economics

Check out my latest article here on HowlRound. Inspired by Brevity’s creative nonfiction blog and the support my family and friends have been sending me, I realized I needed to make a public statement, a public hashing out of what I’m … Continue reading

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Beyond a Theatre Review: Spoon River at Soulpepper

I’m sad that I didn’t write this review until today, when there’s only one more chance to see Soulpepper’s production of Spoon River. But, I was busy living life and feeding my soul–I can excuse myself. When my friend Kaye invited me … Continue reading

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