Emergency #21

Another busy show week for me, but I did get a chance to take a whack of photos.

I’m off to a rehearsal and a show, though, so won’t caption each photo. Maybe next week, while I’ve got a few moments to spare, I’ll revise the post with credits. But for now – come see the show and you can find out who’s who here at the Public Energy event page.

There’s three programs. Program A and Mirmidon opened last night. Program B opens tonight and you can see both programs Saturday starting at 7:30 and Mirmidon has a Sunday matinee.

Lots of good stuff.

More Tour Cell Snaps

withrow01Again, so little time this week. And I don’t dare keep my camera in the truck with the hundreds of pounds of gear lest it get crushed.

So here I present three more wee snap shots.

Above, the western sky as our dress rehearsal began this week on Tuesday. Read more “More Tour Cell Snaps”

Haliburton Rehearsal

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This week we’re in Haliburton with Dusk Dances. The landscape is beautiful and the park where we’re performing is alongside the lovely Head Lake.

It’s been a busy tour and I haven’t had much time for more than snapshots.

Yesterday I walked out of my motel room to see the dancers and co-choreographers rehearsing Incandescent in preparation for our Peterborough show. Read more “Haliburton Rehearsal”

Falling and Double Take/October 16, 1978

derek mcgrath and peggy coffey, promotional image for falling: a wake

I’m working on a beautiful show this week. Falling: A Wake is a moving story about love and letting go. Directed by Randy Read for New Stages, and starring Derek McGrath and Peggy Coffey (above) it opens on April 12th at the Market Hall.

A human story in a seamless script performed by two honest and giving actors. Read more “Falling and Double Take/October 16, 1978”

Big Moon, From the House of Mirth and Wine With Everything

image of the largest full moon of the year rising over the countrysideI’m sure you heard the news of the largest full moon of the year coming up last Saturday. Well, I had to take the opportunity to see if I could grab a few shots of it as it came up over the countryside. Read more “Big Moon, From the House of Mirth and Wine With Everything”