2009 in Review: Work

Whenever I meet new people, one of the inevitable questions that comes up is “So, what do you do?” and whatever that piece of information is, it becomes one of that person’s defining characteristics. He’s a chef. She’s a banker. They are artists. Our work often defines us as people.…

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September Theatre Re:View

September’s been a busy month for me. Between volunteering at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and getting Frozen up and running I’ve had little time to see anything else.  If you look at the photo to the left you can see my collection of 2009 Fringe paraphernalia – programs for most of the…

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What Critics Say: Frozen

Here’s what the critics have to say about shameless hussy productions’ FROZEN, playing until Saturday at UBC’s Dorothy Sommerset Studio. (Click on the links after each quote to read the full review) “Renee Iaci’s shameless hussy production is pretty sharp overall, with some strong design elements—especially Stephen Bulat’s original music—and…

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Want to stalk me at the Fringe?

It’s Fringe time again and the Island is already buzzing. Last night I had my first shift as a volunteer and had a great time running from venue to venue. My legs were actually quite sore this morning!  During the off time I put together my Fringing schedule, but before…

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Shows I Saw: August

August was another one of those weird months where I was working out of town, or on vacation, and didn’t really get to see a lot of theatre.   When it reached mid-month and I had yet to see anything, I found myself getting a little bit depressed. Luckily, there…

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