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World Theatre Day Message 2009

International World Theatre Day Message by Augusto Boal. (Also plans for the weekend.) Continue reading

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My Vocal Coach

My very excellent vocal coach finally got herself a MySpace page and Facebook presence. I knew she worked with some famous people, but holy cow. Check it out: http://www.myspace.com/taylorefox I’m impressed. What an amazing life she’s led.

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Rajaton

I had a perfect evening on Wednesday. My friend (and voice teacher) and I went to see the Finnish a capella ensemble Rajaton perform at the Festival Vancouver. First, we went to the Shaughnessy Restaurant at Van Dusen Gardens. We sat … Continue reading

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Iolanthe (Ahem…The Fairy Queen!) Re-visited

 Well, I’ve packed my bags and moved out of Fairyland. It’s been a bit of a culture shock getting back into the so-called “real world” and I must say it’s a bit over-rated. I am still in post-play exhaustion but … Continue reading

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Iolanthe

Here I am. The Fairy Queen from Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe. Check out those eyelashes! They are feathers if you can believe it. I love them a whole bunch more than I thought I would. I’m not sure what that … Continue reading

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Stranger Than Fiction–10 Ways I Love Thee

If you’re a regular reader, you might by now have guessed that, for the most part, I’m not really what they call an “early-adopter.” That’s why you will see reviews of things that are long since yesterday’s news. But I don’t … Continue reading

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Trade Show Report

I’m back. My feet still hurt. I think I managed to do some selling, but you know nothing’s certain until people sign on that dotted line, so this week is all about the follow-up. Whatever. Like you want to know … Continue reading

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World Theatre Day Message

International Message by Robert Lepage  There are a number of hypotheses on the origins of theatre but the one I find the most thought-provoking takes the form of a fable: One night, at the dawn of time, a group of … Continue reading

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I, Widget

You are approved. Operation prohibited by disc. You have 81 friends. This page has a skabillion hits. You are not authorized to access this information. You know those movies where killer Robots take over the world? I, Robot or Terminator are … Continue reading

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Yiddish Policemen’s Union

I finished reading The Yiddish Policemen’s Union by Michael Chabon this week. Wow. What a weird ride. I usually polish off my books in about 2-3 days. This took me three weeks. So, it was not what you might call … Continue reading

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