Monthly Archives: October 2006

Review: that darn plot by David Belke

Vagabond Theatre of Cornwall Producer: Katie Burke Director: Neil Carriere Cast Mark Transom: Michael Togneri Jo: Pat Haaksman Geoff: Bill Roddy Russell: Jean Leger Ivy: Nancy Munro Lloyd: Scott Beaudoin Crew: Assistant Director: Pat Roddy Stage Manager: Ashley McCool Assistant … Continue reading

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Changing tools

Grey rain flails through trembling naked trees all green has fled and orange and red as well and I have stored the hoses rakes and seeds, dragged sadly out the shovels for white hell. October gave us two bright days … Continue reading

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Horseless chariot

Computers are today’s version of the horseless chariot: they are clunky, erratic, unreliable, difficult to communicate with, frustrating, complicated, crap that we have been hyped into making central to our existence. This seems familiar: Didn’t we used to do all … Continue reading

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