Lobster – Fried Clams- Nova Scotia – Chester Playhouse Aug 23-26

What’s Cooking? More Seafood Please By Jan Napier When my favourite out-of-town friend, Sarah Hayward, comes “home” to visit the itinerary al- ways includes a very happy reunion with all of her beloved local seafood dishes. So much seafood, so little time. A few tins of lobster tucked in the freezer and we’re ready toContinue reading “Lobster – Fried Clams- Nova Scotia – Chester Playhouse Aug 23-26”

Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011

Exerpts of Reviews from Winnipeg Fringe Stripes: The Mystery Circus Posted by Kelly Stifora, CBC Review Crew, Aug 2011 Details Company Name: Stripes: The Mystery Circus Origin: Vancouver, BC Venue: 2 – MTC Up the Alley “Despite its title, Stripes: The Mystery Circus is more retro-cabaret act than big top confection. It’s a compelling pieceContinue reading “Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011”

Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011

Had a few rehearsals in the Can West Theatre and Flim building seen in photo behind me. My lovely new stage manager James Moore booked the space and found me a chair and black box for my set and yesterday we had a tech run of the show in Venue #2 Up The Alley TheatreContinue reading “Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2011”

Arrived in Winnipeg for Fringe 2011

Picked up at the Winnipeg airport by my old friend Renee Ethans. We took her excellent labradoodle Bear for a big walk around Assinaboine park, looked at all the sculptures…miles of sculptures..caught up on many years since we were at Laval University. Then we put up a few fringe posters and she gave me aContinue reading “Arrived in Winnipeg for Fringe 2011”