State Of Women – Al Green Theatre, Toronto – November 11, 2015

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By: Kat Harlton Stage Play By: Andy Lyberpoulous Directed By: Tatum Lee http://www.tandum.ca This past Remembrance Day I was fortunate to be invited to attend the opening night of State Of Women at the Al Green Theatre.  Directed by Tatum Lee, the production tells the “dramatic story of Eve Landing–an ex-housewife thrust into the chaos of WWII building warplanes for the… Continue reading State Of Women – Al Green Theatre, Toronto – November 11, 2015

Devon Hubka & Natalie Kulesza

We just don’t have the time to explore everything we love. So we give you ‘B-Side‘- a random collection of things we love that we think you should explore further. Today’s suggestion: A double bill of song and stories featuring Devon Hubka and Natalie Kulesza. Two dynamic women who’ve experienced the meaning behind the lyric “Everybody says no / Everybody says stop / Everybody says … Continue reading Devon Hubka & Natalie Kulesza

An Interview With Erin Thompson-Slut-Fringe Toronto 2014

Who is Erin Thompson? A animate grouping of of cells with a collective consciousness that really enjoys pie. According to the bio, ‘Slut’ is based on true life events. Can you elaborate? Is it a collective of events? Are they specific to you personally? How did the idea come about? I had been wanting to do a one-woman cabaret-style show for a while. At a … Continue reading An Interview With Erin Thompson-Slut-Fringe Toronto 2014

An Interview With John McKenzie

Who is John McKenzie? A question I have asked myself for years. John McKenzie is a 28 year old man who lives in London, Ontario.Enough talking about myself in third person. I am the co-founder of The Verve Theatre and recently have become a Social Service Worker. So I’m a starving artist and bleeding heart all rolled into one. You’re 1 of the founders of The Verve … Continue reading An Interview With John McKenzie

An Interview With Pamela Barker

Who is Pamela Barker? It’s taken me a long time to realize that it’s perfectly acceptable to call myself a writer, director, actor, or whatever I happen to be that day (admin assistant to pay the bills) and that those labels fit awkwardly on me because although labels make me uncomfortable, sometimes what they stand for doesn’t. You’ve been a director, writer, creative director, business … Continue reading An Interview With Pamela Barker

An Interview With Heather Sande

Heather Sande is a playwright, producer and actor. Her play ‘Driving Home’ is part of  Toronto’s 2012  Fringe Festival and it’s both her  first debut as a Fringe  performer and  as a playwright. Who is Heather Sande? Heather Sande is an almost middle child who tried too hard, who has a big imagination and even bigger dreams. She compulsively re-reads Harry Potter and loves nothing … Continue reading An Interview With Heather Sande

An Interview With Natalie Kulesza

Who is Natalie Kulesza? I’m so proud to say I was born and raised in Toronto, which in this industry usually gets a few “WHAT?! REally?…” I’m an actor who can’t believe the talent that surrounds me every day. Passionate about self-development and wearing a helmet while I ride my bike (I embrace the helmet hair, especially when I’m  sporting bangs). Passionate about GOOD food. … Continue reading An Interview With Natalie Kulesza