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Silently Drawn

I’ve had a thought on my mind lately:  Am I doing what I am passionate about?  Work-wise, I am in a good situation.  My parents are proud that I have “moved-up” in my workplace and, honestly, I am grateful to be in my current position.   421 more words


DESIGN: PlaySmelter Creative

Client: Pat the Dog Theatre Creation
Type: Event creative/branding

The second annual PlaySmelter Festival, presented by Pat the Dog Theatre Creation (based in Kitchener-Waterloo) will take place in Greater Sudbury, ON May 6 to 10. 66 more words


My Life Sucks?


My life sucks. Not a day goes by where I can’t climb up on my pity-pot and feel sorry for myself. I mean, let’s examine the facts… 549 more words


Lauren Ebanks - Shame on Me: Crowdfunding Appeal

Vicky Featherstone, artistic director of the Royal Court said in a recent interview “the best theatre is urgent theatre. The stories need to be told and the people need to hear them.” 110 more words

Top Girls

We made some theatre at the Marsh

Always wanted to be a playwright and now I am! Thanks to David Ford and his amazing class at the Marsh!

Hi to Dorothy and Susan who told their brilliant stories the same night. Will miss our Tuesday nights!


Art and Ego.

I stopped in at The Detroit Institute of Art last week, for the first time in a long time. As you know, the DIA has been in the news a lot lately, and not for good reasons. 494 more words


Bad Writing

The problem with rewrites is that the ability to identify a problem is not the same as the ability to fix it.

I know what was wrong with my first draft, and not in an “I’m a writer and everything I writes sucks” way.  249 more words