Tag Archives: dramaturgy

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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So I Guess I am a Dramaturg?: HowlRound article on the LMDA Canada mini-conference I’m published on my favorite online theatre journal, HowlRound. They are how I stayed connected into the theatre scene last summer whilst working the jobs in … Continue reading

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Still Making Theatre: June Week in Review

Sometimes it feels like I’m in Lala-land, just a blank page stuck in between two chapters of my life, wondering how the transition out of graduate school into “the real world” (finally? it feels like we young adults look at … Continue reading

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Beyond a Theatre Review: New (to me), Toronto Theatre That Excites Me

Although I haven’t posted reviews about all of them, I have been to many more shows in the past few months since I first moved to Toronto. I’m always going to a reading or performance event at least once or … Continue reading

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Challenges Are Challenging

The lull from my first few weeks as a graduate student is ending. It’s not the end of the world or the end of my fun; I knew it was coming . . . and yet, the anxiety and impatience … Continue reading

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