I believe in the power of words to engage, inspire and capture the imagination. And I want you to love Toronto theatre as much as I do.
Life with more cowbell is an arts/culture blog, shouting out the good word on the Toronto arts scene. With a focus on local theatre, as well as music, poetry/spoken word, comedy and visual arts, cowbell is a part-time, unpaid, one-person operation. And, yes, the blog’s title was inspired, in part, by the famous SNL sketch.
Cowbell’s friendly neighbourhood reviewer/interviewer Cate (aka Cathy) McKim studied visual arts at York University and acting at George Brown Theatre School. By day, she works as a freelance copy editor and writer (words with cowbell) and non-union voice-over artist.
A published short story and creative non-fiction writer, Cate has also contributed theatre and arts posts to Lipstik Indie Reviews, appears (credited as Cathy) in DJ Paul V’s Born This Way Blog and is a featured contributer in a Glamour Magazine piece about the 2012 launch of the book version Born This Way: Real Stories of Growing Up Gay.
Cate lives in Toronto with her cat Camille.
For more about life with more cowbell, check out this interview with Stageworthy Podcast’s Phil Rickaby.
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