I'll be working on the Queer version of Blind Date at Buddies in Bad Times theatre in Toronto, Ontario! It's finally happening - we get to answer one of the most-often asked questions: why don't you ever pick a woman?
So - we're gonna. We're blowing the doors open.
Because it's 2016.
I'll be heading to Prince Edward County (Picton, Ontario) to present my one-man show, Assassinating Thomson for their Solo Festival.
In "Assassinating Thomson" I struggle to paint a portrait of the entire audience while I tell the story of how I came to be a visually-impaired Visual Artist while interweaving the tale of Tom Thomson, a hugely inspirational artist whose mysterious disappearance and death are shrouded in controversy. As a bonus, I solve the MURDER right before your very eyes.
Come to Milford and see me in a multi-tasking extravaganze!
I've never been, but I have heard nothing but good things about the Festival Players of Prince Edward County. I'm really looking forward to seeing a new part of Ontario and getting some hiking in.
I'll be heading to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory to present "Legend Has It" with the Spontaneous Theatre crew, including Rebecca Northan, Christy Bruce, Jamie Northan, Josh Bertwhistle, Ellis Lalonde, and Erin Bauer.
We choose one lucky audience member to join us on a Fantasy Realm adventure full of surprises. It's an improvised adventure beyond your wildest imagination.