This past weekend, M treated us to a show or two in Las Vegas. We saw RuPaul’s Drag Race Live, including a very welcome appearance by Lawrence Chaney (there were others as well, including Pangina). It was a good show, and was very well staged. All queens had a scene where they appear from theContinue reading Rolling in the weed
On 15 February 2019, The French Kiss Off is opening at the Pumphouse Theatre in Calgary for eight performances. It is the third play I’ve directed since moving to Calgary, and I encourage you to check it out if you’re in the area. Tickets are available from Eventbrite.
Did you see me on Fargo last night? Here’s the long path I took to get there. My first serious acting gig was when I was eight or nine years old. I was to play the absent-minded professor, a major character in one of those end-of-year school productions where every grade had to put onContinue reading My absent-minded journey to Fargo
Two years after playing the lead in a theatre production of Move Over, Mrs Markham, I am happy to announce that I have been cast in a supporting role in Run For Your Wife, also produced by Morpheus Theatre. When I auditioned, I specifically asked for a smaller role, due to the time commitment andContinue reading Back on stage again with Run For Your Wife
For the longest time, I have wanted to be a B-list celebrity. I get a kick out of being recognised as “that guy” from a play or a television commercial, but I would not want my face plastered across the front page of the newspaper (or Buzzfeed, he said, bringing his references up to date)Continue reading Engage!
Noël Coward, that flaming homosexual that wasn’t Oscar Wilde, wrote a number of plays in his life, one of which was the one-act “Hands Across the Sea”, a slice of high society life. The Vic Juba Community Players, of which I am a member, put this production on last night, as part of the LloydminsterContinue reading Hands Across the Sea
I’ve been busy with the local community theatre group here in Lloydminster. We go on stage this weekend for three nights. The first night was completely sold out, so they added another night before the first night, which is almost sold out. The second date, which became the third date, is the matinee, and isContinue reading See How They Run