Knew I was forgetting something. Well, actually, I’m probably forgetting a lot of things. But, as I’ve mentioned before, the lack of clone technology (at least that we know of) forces me to accept my limitations as a lone blogger, shouting out arts, culture and entertainment in the web wilderness.
Word on the Street hits the streets of Toronto this Sunday, September 23 – from 11 a.m. till 6 p.m. at Queen’s Park Circle. For details and programming, check out the Toronto page on the website: http://www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/toronto
For info about Word on the Street events in other Canadian cities, check out their home page: http://www.thewordonthestreet.ca/wots/
In the meantime, I’ll be attending the opening night of the world premiere of Lisa Moore’s play February at Alumnae Theatre (main stage) tonight. February runs until October 6 and there will be a talkback with Moore and director Michelle Alexander after the matinée on Sunday, September 23 (which I’ll possibly pop in for after the Toronto AIDS walk – if not, I’ll try to get the scoop from one of the Alumnae folks). I’ll be back with some thoughts on the opening night festivities tomorrow. Also coming soon, a post about singer/songwriter Meghan Morrison’s recent music webcast.
What’cha doing this weekend?