Category Archives: Life

One Word 2018

After the success of crowdfunding my cheer-up list last year, I decided that freezing up on my #oneword2018 wasn’t a reason to panic. It was another opportunity to ask for help. Here are the responses I received. Can you tell … Continue reading

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Words Consumed in 2017

The summer before I left for graduate school I kept track of everything I read. I’m not sure if I started it because I worked in a library or because I wanted to keep track of plays I read, but … Continue reading

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Step 2, #metoo

  “Me, too. I didn’t know if I should post this or not. Didn’t want to unless it was true. But then I thought, “If you have to discuss leaving an event and community you love because a male member … Continue reading

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What I Am Creating: Fall 2017

If you had asked me what would be healing after wrapping a two and a half year big project it would NOT be producing not one but two theatre events. Instead I find myself at the helm of two small … Continue reading

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Come Hear My Transmission Journey, Sunday September 24

Hi interwebs, Are you one of the bajillion people who has asked, “How did Edinburgh go?” Or one of the many that still don’t understand what Transmission is? Come hear me speak about it next Sunday September 24th at 10:15 … Continue reading

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Beyond a Travel Review: Edinburgh

In addition to seeing 25+ shows, 30 scenes from┬áTransmission, plus networking/marketing/last minute revisions for said show, I did manage to do A LOT of sightseeing in Edinburgh. My solo tourist came out and couldn’t be stopped. Even when my feet … Continue reading

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A Threshold Year, in Review

There’s no one way to categorize or describe my 26th year. Some big things went as planned, others threw me for a complete loop. Looking back, it went by so fast… It feels like the culmination of lots of hard … Continue reading

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What does Permanent Residency Mean?

When I wrote my first installment of the Canada vs. USA blog series on Howlround, I was unsure that I’d ever feel permanent in Canada. Just a few days before the second blog post published, on June 11th: I became … Continue reading

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Unexpected Superhero

My mom always knew I was a superhero. In the past month, I’ve begun to believe it. The new year has been hard on me. A future I thought had been laid out at the end of 2016 blew up … Continue reading

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The List – What You Consider Great Art

When I called out for great art, you responded in spades. 13 responses before I even went to bed that night! I’ve read/watched a few (marked with stars), but there are so many more here than I will be able … Continue reading

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