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Romeo and Juliet: Feelgood Theatre

Thanks to the current heatwave, conditions for open air theatre productions are perfect – clear sky, warm evenings and dry ground for picnics – and it’s hard to imagine a more enchanting setting for outdoor Shakespeare than Heaton Park. 502 more words


Mid-July meanderings...

Just noticed I haven’t posted anything since late May. Oh, well. Not that I’ve had anything to talk about. Nothing much going on. But of course if I say that too loud, all sorts of extra activities will fall in my lap. 605 more words


Tools of the Trade: Dance

We’ve realized Straz fans love knowing what goes on outside of the spotlights, so we’re running a short series called Tools of the Trade, listing some cool and maybe-unheard-of tools for life in the performing arts. 286 more words


The year I lost my brain

Almost two years, almost two years. 

It’s been almost two years since I last published a blog post. 

Recently I have been breathing fresh life into my website and allowing my website to more accurately reflect what I’m currently doing and how I’m being called to teach more and more.  751 more words

New York City

un rêve à retenir

greeted by her eiffel highness
midnight mark
historic park
rumbling, rolling, romantic, righteous

bite for bite on a sweet, cheap crêpe
across the seine
sneaking then… 123 more words


Swan Lake: The Royal Ballet

I’ve seen (and reviewed) a fair few Swan LakesBirmingham Royal Ballet’s, the Bolshoi’s, English National Ballet’s (both in the round at the Royal Albert Hall and at a… 750 more words



You know those moments in life when everything seems to fall into place serendipitously? A stranger reaches out on Facebook, timing is right, and good vibes effervesce abundantly… 176 more words