Monthly Archives: May 2013

LIPS THAT WOULD KISS

  In the early 1980s, I watched artist Luke Allen create this painting in Toronto. It has moved with me from place to place, and just to look at it makes me smile. Having a painting like this in a … Continue reading

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Fun & Work in Theatre

  This week, I dropped in on Monday Night of New Works, an informal ¬†group of actors, playwrights, and directors who get together to read new works, to help with their development. It’s also of course a social group, so … Continue reading

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APPROACHING GAGA

¬† Lady Gaga doesn’t just sing and dance and wear costumes. She’s no mere entertainer, she’s an icon, emanating a mysterious force over music, fashion, politics, and social change. Gaga’s a global phenomenon, and one that begs analysis. This is … Continue reading

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THE LADY AWESOME

Photo of Cathi Bond: provided by publisher. The Lady Awesome Cathi Bond is awesome. She’s a veteran radio broadcaster. She knows how to reach out into space and hold your attention. When Bond turns her hand to fiction, she writes … Continue reading

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