In Conversation with Jenna Harris – Playwright & Performer of “Mine” at the NSTF

Check out this great interview, by Hallie Seline for In the Green Room, with actor/playwright Jenna Harris about Harris’s play Mine – on now at Toronto Fringe Next Stage Theatre Festival. (And I love the Pentatonix vid of Run to You!) I saw Mine on opening night – go see this!

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Interview by Hallie Seline

It’s January. It’s cold. But if there is one thing to make this bleary month bearable, it is the excitement for The Next Stage Theatre Festival, a curated festival from The Toronto Fringe which provides past participants the opportunity to take their work “to the next level”. It is a great chance for artists to dig deeper into their projects and for audiences to see a variety of indie work and be introduced to new artists in between trips to the heated beer tent where you can connect with friends old and new and discuss the work over a local brew.

I had the pleasure of chatting with Jenna Harris, playwright/performer of Mine playing in the Factory Theatre Studio Space. We discussed the benefits of wearing many hats in the theatre world, playing with form and poetry, where she looks for inspiration, and the need to…

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

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