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Acting & Training Resumè
God Bless you, Anton Chekhov!
A look at the origins of the cult
A look at Neil Simon's 'Suite' success
Canada's budding young theatre genius
Both a national critic & a director
Her Moving Art is moving up!
The Orillia Opera House
It's annual deficit balloons to $530,000
Talk is Free Thearre
Creating a new musical in a new way
His music & Norm Foster's music
Getting a little too cozy with Campbell & Webb?
Can this man save our regional theatre?
Barrie comic with a new national profile
Theatre by the Bay
So 'Munsch' fun at the Mady
The art of surreal comedy
Taking Barrie's history on the trail
On Stage in the U.S. South
A theatrical march through Georgia & Alabama
A Canadian actress in Jordan
The Midland Cultural Centre
A new focus to a small town
A pretty face & much more!
Kathy Simpson & Christina Luck
Prop Mistresses extraordinaire
Culture in Orillia
The City takes the knife to a entire department
Happy landings on Stratford's stage
Hank at Christmas
Chasing turkeys around the Orillia Opera House
Conversations and Profiles
Candy Understands Simon’s ‘Suite’ Success
He’s arguably the most successful American playwright of all time, if you measure ‘success’ in terms of wealth and popular appeal. Yet despite dozens of hit plays and movie screenp
13 Jan 2014
God bless you, Anton Chekhov!
‘The only difference between doctors and lawyers is that lawyers merely rob you, whereas doctors rob you and kill you, too’ Anton Chekhov Oh that Cheeky Chekhov! Your typical Russi
21 Nov 2013
You aren’t in Kansas any more; this is Cookstown!
When someone says ‘Pantomime’, do you think of white-faced Marcel Marceau look-alikes in French sailor sweaters making faces behind invisible sheets of glass or pulling imaginary r
19 Nov 2013
Essays & Editorials
Creating a New Musical, in a New Way.
Musical theatre is one of the most collaborative art forms. So what happens when theatre artists work without a net? When twelve artists of wildly different backgrounds start to wo
07 May 2013
Shooting the Messenger
Pity the poor sod from the ancient world given the task of bringing news of defeat back to his king. Often the messenger paid the price of delivering bad news with his life. The co
23 Apr 2013
The Journey Complete!
Sunday March 10th A Sunday matinée performance of Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf’. Really? In many ways, it’s an oxymoron. Edward Albee exploration of
13 Mar 2013
A Tale of 3 Cities
“Quelle Surprise!” No one made the grade!
In late October, the City of Orillia, under the supervision of Opera House General Manager Krista Storey, issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) inviting applications from outside org
02 Dec 2013
Orillia gets its Summer Theatre (but not in the Opera House!)
The Orillia Stage Company has made official what has been rumoured for some time: a three-month professional summer theatre season in Orillia will open in June 2014. It’s exactly t
18 Nov 2013
Midland’s ‘MCC’: Seeking balance at ‘The Centre’
Nothing is more refreshing than visiting a cultural facility that is managed both responsively and responsibly for the benefit of its own community. Meet the Midland Cultural Centr
04 Nov 2013