Queen West Art Crawl & Alumnae Theatre mounting world premiere of Lisa Moore’s February

Lots more to do – some great stuff coming up.

This Friday/weekend (September 14-16), head on over to Trinity Bellwoods Park for the annual Queen West Art Crawl – and check out the outdoor show of arts, crafts, food and all that good stuff. Among the artists there this year is photographer Pamela Williams (http://www.interlog.com/~romantic/), who does incredible black and white photography of cemetery monuments. There’s also neighbourhood walks around the Queen West ‘hood and the Parkdale nightcrawl.

For more details, visit their website: http://www.queenwestartcrawl.com/

Also wanted to give an advance shout out to Alumnae Theatre Company’s upcoming world premiere of Lisa Moore’s play February – directed by Michelle Alexander, and featuring actors Kathleen Jackson Allamby, Trevor Cartlidge, Justin Skye Conley, John Fray, Lavetta Griffin and Steve Switzman. February opens Friday, September 21 and runs until Saturday, October 6 – with a Q&A talkback with the director, design team and cast (and possibly the playwright) after the matinée on Sunday, September 23.

For more info and reservations, visit the Alumnae website: http://www.alumnaetheatre.com/1213feb.html

Tonight, I’m off to Glad Day Bookshop to see this month’s installment of The Beautiful and The Damned (scroll down to the September 11 post for details). Back with the scoop on that tomorrow.

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Author: life with more cowbell

Arts/culture social bloggerfly & Elwood P. Dowd disciple. Likes playing with words. A lot. Toronto

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