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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Throwback Thursday: The Three Musketeers

I'm starting a new weekly feature: Throwback Thursdays!  Each Thursday I'm going to post a photo from a past production or just a good memory! This week's photo is from London Community Players' production of The Three Musketeers, performed in 2010.  I played the part of Sabine, the younger sister of d'Artagnan.  Here I am opposite …

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Three Musketeers Fight from “When Words Fail!”

  Participants from all over the US and abroad came together in New York City July 3rd-9th, 2011 to train for one intensive week with the Art of Combat company in the skills needed to create extraordinary fights for stage and screen. This is one of the scenes that participants worked on throughout the week …

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Post-Show Blues

This has been an incredible ride. I can honestly say that The Three Musketeers is the best production I've ever been a part of.  Bar none.  Saturday night was our closing night and there were lots of tears ("No crying in fight call!") and lots of laughs.  We all packed ourselves into a local establishment after the …

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Truly an example of “All for One.”

Today was a challenging day for the cast and crew of The Three Musketeers.  It was a special morning performance for various schools in the London area.  First, it was our first day back after a dark Monday.  Second, fight call was first thing in the morning, which is not always easy for theatre people …

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