Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I've written a few plays, usually political theatre. I've written
about child slavery and the global food crisis, for example.
I am on tour with a dinner theater at the moment and will be
returning to Winnipeg in the spring of 2013, if we make it!!
Currently in Alberta working an awesome gig on stage. This makes me
very happy. I'm not opposed to dating at the workplace, but it Can
lead to complications so easily that I'd be quite happy to direct
my romantic energy in a different direction.
That's also possibly a nice way of saying that I work with girls,
or young ladies, rather, in their early 20s and only occasionally
are they interested in me. Boo-hoo, just kidding. What can you
The last couple of years have been more about working and less
about the activism of my earlier days. Thankfully it's been work I
enjoy. For the most part. I still keep my eyes on politics and
think about how I might again follow my conscience and try to fight
the good fight.
Second belated update January 2014
Still doing dinner theater, but now I'm doing a show that I wrote
and I'm directing, so We are in rehearsals. I was in Regina for the
last half of last year so I got to watch the Riders win, that was
cool even though I'm from Winnipeg.
I'll be in Regina until June, and I don't know really what I'll be
doing past that. It's possible that there may be more work in
Regina for me later in the year as well. Still a gypsy, it
So I am back in Winnipeg, without any certain plans to leave. It
looks like a relaxed summer without a full-time gig right now. I'll
be participating in the fringe Festival, doing some cartoon voice
work and conducting a few tours around the forks with green
Looking forward to enjoying Winnipeg's abundant summer activities!