My theatre company, Xua Xua Productions, is about to launch an event that I am incredibly excited about – Show & Tell. It’s just what you think it is – bring an object that matters to you, and tell its story! The event will become a bi-monthly community storytelling adventure, starting Tuesday, November 20th at … More Project Announcement: Show & Tell
Once again I get to do my most favourite thing in the world: make up dances and make other people do them. I’ll be doing the choreography for Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Swallows & Amazons by Helen Edmundson (one of the better playwrights I’ve ever encountered, no less!) Playing March 8-23 at the MEI … More Project Announcement: Swallows and Amazons
Now THIS was fun! A yoga warm-up, followed by a dance routine to C+C Music Factory’s Everybody Dance Now. What more could you want? The evidence: Yoga, meet the 90’s
In what is probably the quickest turnaround in Pacific Theatre’s history, we closed The Spitfire Grill on Saturday night and are opening a staged reading of Wittenberg this Wednesday. Quick-moving, that’s what we are. I am pretty excited for this one, as it can be summed up with a few words: Hamlet, Martin Luther, and … More This Week at PT: Wittenberg
The places life takes you are often different than we expect. We all know examples of this. About two and a half years ago, at a party, a friend was telling me about his new venture in life: teaching yoga. Off-handedly he mentioned that he thought I’d be good at it, and for the first … More Moving On
I recently read a post on Seth Godin’s blog about the joy of the dedication page when writing a book. As a reader, I’ve never paid all that much attention to the dedication page unless the author has done something interesting with it, but of course for the author it’s a whole different thing. As … More Dedication
I love me a good infographic, so I had to share when I came across this one from Daily Infographic.