Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Musical Arteries

February 27th 2015 Dear Reader, Since January, I have been working on Frenchys:  The Thrift Musical with composer John Roby.  I have been talking about this show for at least two years so it feels good to finally see the

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Cracking Bones

February 20th 2015 Dear Reader, I am reflecting on the tragic loss of Elijah Marsh, age 3, who, yesterday at 4 am,   wandered out of his apartment building, fifteen minutes north of where I live, dressed in a T-shit, diaper

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Theatrical Possibility

An Open Letter to Theatre Students at Dalhousie University and King’s College, Halifax Colleagues: I have been thinking about the situation, the very polarizing and therefore dramatic situation, you have been living through.  I refer to the conduct of the

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Can’t Fight the Music

February 7th 2015 Dear Reader, I have never considered myself a push over, have never self-described as under-opinionated and would not reflect my boat as lacking bottom and yet I seem to have no backbone on the perennial musical theatre

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