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passenger

“passengers” uses driving as a metaphor for life (#894) Continue reading

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Ramblings

In an effort to kick-start myself, I am going to write a monologue that I hope will stir up some juice—in myself mostly . . . Beneath the American election with all its earth-moving rhetoric, we have the little quiver … Continue reading

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Review: Plan B by Michael Healey

At last: a full evening of theatre at Great Canadian Theatre Company. This witty, slick, satirical comedic farce started at 8 pm, and with two (count ’em: two) intermissions, finished at 11:12 pm—it was like a long bubble bath with … Continue reading

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