Camille relaxing with a cowbell. ICYMI: life with more cowbell is now on an indefinite hiatus as I ponder a new direction for the blog; for more info, please see my post from the end of January. With the exception of a few shows I’d already committed to reviewing before the holiday (I haveContinue reading “ICYMI: cowbell on indefinite hiatus”
Photo by Jens Lelie on Unsplash Hi all – Hope 2020 is being good to everyone so far! life with more cowbell celebrated its ninth anniversary earlier this month and—counting two years blogging for Alumnae Theatre Company—that means I’ve been blogging about theatre for 11 years now. Time flies! It’s been an amazing 11 years, reviewing remarkable,Continue reading “Upcoming hiatus & news”
Berkley Silverman & Dan Mousseau. Set design by Camellia Koo. Costume design by Sue LePage. Lighting design by Bonnie Beecher. Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann. A town divided in the aftershock of the tragic rape and murder of a 12-year-old girl; and subsequent adult trial and conviction of a 14-year-old classmate. A journalist doggedly pursuingContinue reading “Shaken faith & lost innocence in Soulpepper’s haunting yet hopeful Innocence Lost: A Play about Steven Truscott”
Kaitlyn Riordan. Set and costume design by Jung-Hye Kim. Lighting design by Oz Weaver. Photo by Stephen Wild. He pirouetted with taut panache. She spun with child-like joy. And we fell in love with them both. timeshare productions presents Maggie & Pierre, by Linda Griffiths with Paul Thompson, in the Tarragon Theatre Workspace, directed byContinue reading “Passion, reason & Canada’s tumultuous Camelot couple in timeshare productions’ stellar Maggie & Pierre”
Hey all – A quick update to confirm that, after being on hiatus since mid-July, the cowbell blog is back in business! My contract at Nightwood Theatre wrapped up on Friday, and I’m now settling back into freelance copy editing and writing, as well as helping out with marketing at Nightwood going forward, and continuingContinue reading “Update: cowbell is back!”
Realized that having a Faves page wasn’t the way to go – too much stuff on one page and it was looking a bit ungainly. To remedy this, I’ve ditched the Faves page and constructed separate pages for my arts/culture interests/obsessions. Enjoy!
Learned earlier today that long-time Alumnae Theatre member and colleague Lindsay Empringham died on Tuesday. I posted this sad news on the Alumnae blog earlier today: http://www.alumnaetheatre.wordpress.com
Much like life right now, this blog site is also under construction. Added two pages today: Camille and Quotes (the latter is decidedly under construction).