Tag Archives: dramaturg

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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Transmission- Help us launch

I love working on Transmission because it’s all about dreaming BIG. Unlike the other independent productions I’ve worked on, Transmission promises to push the boundaries of what we can pack into one theatrical production. Though I love writing for black … Continue reading

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Are you listening? Transmission the Podcast

I can’t even begin to tell you how PUMPED I am to share Transmission the Podcast. So I won’t… Listen for yourself! http://www.luxtaterra.com Each of the first 8 episodes answer a question related to interstellar space travel, the existence of … Continue reading

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What is a Dramaturg? The Millionth, Billionth Explanation

For me, this isn’t the most interesting question. But I should have known when I put “Playwright, Dramaturg, and Screenwriter” on my business card, it would come up all the time. As if my last name weren’t a cause for … Continue reading

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The Big C: Collaboration

At the end of the spring semester, I really wanted to collaborate with other artists. I had been on an emerging artists roundtable at Theatre Gargantua and talked to so many people about their projects, their collaborators. After a winter … Continue reading

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