In taking on the unenviable position of Vancouver Fringe Executive Director, David not only managed to put together an outstanding … More
Hit play for the most kick-ass, on-the-nose, chunk of truth in advertising ever…
Sherman, set the WABAC machine for the University of Alberta in the year 2000. Here we find one Medina Hahn, … More
Rhonda has been a TV/film actor here for over a decade and decided 3 years ago to roll up her … More
A few months ago I was stumbling home from work at around one in the morning, tripped, and fell … More
If this were the Buffyverse and not the blogosphere, then the Vampire that sired my This One Goes to Eleven … More
David finished theatre studies at Douglas College and kept his education rolling by forming Enlightenment Theatre, which launched with Collage: … More
Ryan has the distinction of being the first theatre artist I ever met in Vancouver, back when we were both … More
But seriously, Sandra Bullock?
Damn. It finally happened. I’ve become what I beheld. I am now (SFX: Darth Vader theme plays), a Theatre Reviewer! … More
Raul began his career as an actor, and now writes prolifically for stage and screen. He christened the theatre at … More
I recently challenged my theatre company to a write-off over the summer (first rule of Playwright Club: everybody writes…). The … More
When I get whiny over how busy I am with my theatre career, I just have to think about Lori … More
This looks interesting…a new space is opening up in town that’s being billed as “a meeting place for actors and … More
I’m linking to this interview with Dave Tompa purely out of an interest in promoting Toronto indie theatre. Really.