Tag Archives: Fringe
(Drowsy circa 1999 at Theatre Passe Muraille…) Kudos to all the folks involved at one point or another with what will forevermore be known as the Tony Award-Winning Broadway hit The Drowsy Chaperone. I myself was a bit surprised that … Continue reading
If you’re queuing up for the 3:15pm showing of Lust’s Labour’s Lost, then you already know that there’s a power blackout at the Tarragon. You may not be aware that the outage extends as far north as St. Clair, and … Continue reading
You wouldn’t know it if you saw the show, but there’s a war being waged behind the scenes of Lust’s Labour’s Lost, and it’s all about my drums. On on side are the theatre folks, arguing that our show should … Continue reading
(Happier times: A photo from our sound check earlier this week…) It was an awful feeling of déja-vu this morning, scanning the headlines on BBC News on the opening day of the Fringe show I’m in. Almost four years ago, … Continue reading
…. Received from our director in rehearsal today: Andrew Currie, can you get more tattoos?