Toronto Fringe: An intersectional heart-to-heart on the state of manhood in the candid, funny, brave We The Men

Sunday Muse, Mercy Cherian, Rachel Brophy & Sundance Nagrial. Photo by Dahlia Katz. Sam’s having the guys over at his cottage—and we’re all invited! The back room stage of the Cadillac Lounge is transformed into the living room of Sam’s cottage as Soulo Theatre takes us behind the scenes of a heart-to-heart gathering on the stateContinue reading “Toronto Fringe: An intersectional heart-to-heart on the state of manhood in the candid, funny, brave We The Men”

Interview with Christian D of Christian D and the Hangovers

As promised, here’s the interview with Christian D and the Hangovers frontman Christian DeArmond. I first met Christian in the Twitterverse – then eventually in person while he and the band were playing a gig at The Cadillac Lounge. Performing with powerhouse vocals and driving guitar riffs, Christian D has a charismatic, compelling and –Continue reading “Interview with Christian D of Christian D and the Hangovers”

Upcoming awesomeness: music, poetry & theatre

Happy New Year, all! Here are a bunch of upcoming events/performances/productions to watch out for – and there’s a little somethin’ for everyone here: Tin Star Orphans open for The Strumbellas at The Dakota Tavern on Tues, Jan 8. The next edition of The Beautiful & the Damned poetry cabaret, hosted by Philip Cairns andContinue reading “Upcoming awesomeness: music, poetry & theatre”

Christian D & the Hangovers take us to the Church of Rockabilly

Back from cottage country, after a last-minute change of weekend plans so I could help some friends get their cottage ready for some upcoming rental folks. This means I’m a bit tardy on this post. But, as they say: better late than never. Finally got out to see Christian D and the Hangovers play onContinue reading “Christian D & the Hangovers take us to the Church of Rockabilly”