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Kim’s Convenience at Manitoba Theatre Centre: Some Thoughts

I saw Kim’s Convenience (by Ins Choi) at the Manitoba Theatre Centre mainstage last night. That old adage “I laughed, I cried” literally applied. This play got me excited. I think it’s important. Not important in a stuffy, haughty, academic way—quite … Continue reading

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Edmonton Fringe 2012

I spent a whirlwind 6 days in Edmonton in August, catching 20 shows over 5 days, and proving to myself that there IS such a thing as too much theatre. I stayed at my uncle’s house within walking distance of … Continue reading

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2 months, 5 cities, 5 festivals

In the next two months, I’ll be hitting up Edmonton, Victoria, Vancouver, Winnipeg, and Saskatoon, and taking in a festival in each of those cities. I love my life. My good friend Sophia suggested I write about my adventures. Well, … Continue reading

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Urban Arts Productions present: Nevermore at the Maritime Museum

Listen above, or read the transcript below! — Urban Arts Productions is a new Victoria theatre company that presents historical plays in a unique location. It was started in June 2010 by Pat Rundell, a Victoria-based actor and director, and … Continue reading

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