Macbeth Opens Today!

Photo Credit: Jeremy Hewitson The Voices Collective's Macbeth opens today at The ARTS Project!  Very exciting!  And we are featured in the London Free Press too: Macbeth with a gender twist. Macbeth. It’s a name well known in theatre, even to the non-theatre goer. And the story is nothing unfamiliar to the well-versed audience member. So how …

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Official Art for TVC’s Macbeth!

Here is the official artwork (poster and Facebook header) for The Voices Collective's Macbeth! Created by Jeremy Hewitson. The Voices Collective are proud to present this classic piece with a pretty big twist: Macbeth is a woman! Her husband is power-hungry and her downfall is a woman whom she has wronged.  Along with this there is …

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How I Got Here, Part Four (The Post-DCL/Theatre Years)

I wrote the first “How I Got Here” story post in 2011, which nobody asked for.  Part Two (The University Years) was added in November 2012.  Part Three (The Post-Uni Years) was added in January 2013.  We’re up to Part Four now!  Read on! It was April 2008.  I was back in London, Ontario, and back …

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Reflecting on White Rabbit, Red Rabbit

Now that White Rabbit, Red Rabbit is over, I can reflect a bit on the process.  I'm not going to write about the content of the show (other than the fact that it's brilliant), because that would totally spoil the point of it.  But I can talk a little bit about my experience. I went through …

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It’s nearly time for White Rabbit, Red Rabbit!

That is, if you want to see me in it! That's right!  I will be performing White Rabbit, Red Rabbit tomorrow, Wednesday March 26, at 8 pm at The ARTS Project (203 Dundas Street, London ON).  I have never seen the script, nor do I know anything about the show!  I'm nervous, but also excited! …

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