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Oh the Horror – Staged Reading of RAGGEDY’S KINGDOM

Come hear the staged reading of my horror play, Raggedy’s Kingdom. After a year of development through Storefront Theatre’s Inaugural Playwrights’ Unit, Raggedy’s Kingdom is ready for its first full, public reading. WHERE – Storefront Theatre, Toronto, ON WHEN – May 30th, 8 … Continue reading

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Third Time’s the Charm? Way Beyond a Theatre Review-Chair with Man

Just a week ago I was not in Toronto but in Lansing, MI to watch the production of my third play, Chair with Man, through Michigan State’s Theatre and English Departments. It may not have been the first time to see … Continue reading

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Trains, Planes, Automobiles

I have taken them all to travel this semester. Actually, I’ve also travelled by boat since my parents and I took the ferry to and from the Toronto Islands for a morning trip in August. I’ve taken subways and streetcars … Continue reading

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Beyond a Theatre Review: Tough! and Moss Park by George F. Walker

When I first moved to Toronto, my best non-theater friend raved about George F. Walker. She remembers his name as a playwright above many others, which is impressive since she is bad with names (and claims this proudly). When I … Continue reading

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Play Seeds: How They Come

I’ve recently been in a drafting frenzy of productivity with my writing. It’s fantastic, but it got me thinking on my walk home from the subway about the difference between the way plays strike me. Most of the time the … Continue reading

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