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Judith: memories of a Lady Pig Farmer at Blyth, 2018

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

JUDITH: MEMORIES OF A LADY PIG FARMER – JUNE 27 – AUGUST 11, 2018 Aritha Van Herk’s novel, Judith, first came to my attention when my friend Jane Miller tossed the book to me, saying,” Read this, I think you’ll like it.” I hunkered down in a comfy chair, coffee to the right of me, sunshine streaming in through the rustic...

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Colours in the Storm

Posted by on Apr 21, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Looking forward to opening night of Colours in the Storm at The Grand Theatre in London, ON. Here’s a preview piece on the production. http://london.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1103638 It’s been a fantastic experience creating this production with everyone in the cast and all the creative collaborators! Thank you to everyone for making this process...

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SpringWorks 2016- Silver Fish

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

  Here we go! Our first reading is on Sat. May 14th at 2:00 pm in Stratford ON at SpringWorks Indie Arts Festival. If you’re able to join us to hear this play-in-development, it would be super to see you. Featuring Lally Cadeau, Kim Horsman and Ngabo Nabea. A super team! I’m absolutely delighted to have this wonderful cast reading the...

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For the Moment

Posted by on Feb 8, 2016 in Blog | 1 comment

February is writing month! At the moment one of the projects I’m working on is a theatre adaptation a Canadian film, For the Moment, (screenplay by Aaron K Johnston). Set in Manitoba in 1942, it chronicles the romance between Lill and Lachlan. She’s a nice married girl from the prairies, he’s an Australian training in Manitoba with the...

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A Christmas Carol

Posted by on Jan 18, 2016 in Blog, Recent Work | 0 comments

A Christmas Carol, adapted and directed by Heather Davies at Theatre North West, Nov/Dec 2015 Fred: But, dear Uncle, what’s never been revealed is how you came to join us that   fateful Christmas Day. Uncle Scrooge: It haunts me still… Adapting and directing this classic novel was a real joy. I have loved this novel since I was a child, so I was...

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