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FRIENDS

Since my move up to Grey County over three years ago, I’ve often encouraged my city friends to make the journey and check out why I’m quite happy on the shores of Georgian Bay.  This fall has been extremely busy … Continue reading

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An Autumn Gift

Living in Grey County…the shores of Georgian Bay…it’s no secret that winter comes early and stays late.  However, I’m thrilled to say this year is bucking the trend….so far.  We are now in the first week of November and usually … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving…

What an amazing Thanksgiving weekend it was…the weather couldn’t have been more beautiful.  I took my beautiful Bernese Mountain Dog on a number of park walks.  In addition to the park we walked our block and one of the favourite … Continue reading

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NEW DIRECTION FOR THIS BLOG!

It’s been almost two years since I posted anything on this blog.  My life has taken a decidedly different direction so my focus is no long specific to the world of Broadway theatre.  I work on many interesting projects with … Continue reading

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Sting Headed to Broadway

Following in the footsteps of other rock legends (U2) it looks like Sting has penned a musical based on his memories growing up in northeast England.  The Last Ship  will open in Chicago before heading to Broadway..however at the moment … Continue reading

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The Wizard of Oz heading to Sin City

The current Canadian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s production of The Wizard of Oz will take up residence at Las Vegas’s Smith Center for the Performing Arts beginning September 10.  Currently at the Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto, they will … Continue reading

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Mirvish Productions celebrates 50 years

The theatre world doesn’t often have the chance to celebrate a producer with such staying power as Toronto’s Mirvish Productions.  This season 2013/2014 celebrates 50 years since Ed Mirvish purchased the Royal Alexandra Theatre and over the years turned King … Continue reading

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Les Miserables..returning to Toronto this year

The latest report has the iconic musical Les Miserables returning to Toronto in September.  With all the excitement surrounding the recent feature film, it just makes sense to capitalize on the continuing popularity of Les Miz.  Casting has not been … Continue reading

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Conrad Bain…not just a TV dad…

It is true, Canadian actor Conrad Bain will probably be best known as dad to the two adopted sons on TV’s 80’s series Diff’rent Strokes, however he was much more than that.  After serving in the Canadian Armed Forces he studied … Continue reading

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Tom Hanks to make his Broadway Debut

Academy Award winner Tom Hanks is scheduled to make his Broadway debut in Lucky Guy.  Written by the late Nora Ephron, Hanks will portray the late journalist Mike McAlary who won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the police … Continue reading

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