Tag Archives: death

Dual Tracked Life

I’m a little bit shocked that the last time I wrote here was my birthday–almost 6 months ago. Wow. So much has happened since then. I guess I should do a mini-catch-up. In chronological order: I directed the Fraser Valley … Continue reading

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Small tribute to a fallen colleague

It’s been a bit of a rough go in the theatre community lately;¬†too many stories of inoperable brain tumours, incurable cancer, and¬†inescapable car crashes. One colleague was wise enough to re-schedule his flight and go to the hospital. He later … Continue reading

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20 years ago today

To commemorate the death of a dear friend gone much too soon, I am signing people up to be Red Pen Rebels — a term she coined accidentally in one of her notes to me. Read the whole note and sign yourself up. Continue reading

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Red Pen Rebel

April 10th is my good friend Michaeleen’s birthday. She was killed in a car accident almost 20 years ago, but I still miss her. We became friends in Grade 3, and remained good friends up until her death at the … Continue reading

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