Category: Entertainment

These are reviews of different books, movies, TV shows, etc…

My Messed Up Canada Day Roadtrip

I was off the Friday before Canada Day and had Physio and a call for the pre-op to fix my pinky finger. I came up with a plan to take a spontaneous road trip to Ottawa. My surgery is concerning

It’s Showtime!

Now to continue the story. The biggest point of fear is the moment before doing something. However, I have at this point completely learned my part and it is showtime for the final full rehearsal and there are a limited number

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Getting the Part

This is the third in my series on Life with GBS, if you haven’t read the first two then you should. The next weekend, I got the call that I got a part in A Midsummer Night’s Dream if I

Oh Lucky, I was pooped on…

Note– This is the second of multiple posts in the series of my coping with GBS. This journey can begin in many places, so I will start where things started to change, the trip began, and I was shit on.

Hamlet: The Notes

Last night I went to see this show from Saint John Theatre Company’s Canadian Series at the BMO Theatre. It was honestly an hour and half of almost non-stop laughs with well fitting serious moments. I really enjoyed how this

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Fundy Fringe Festival Memory

This year I had the privilege of volunteering at the Fundy Fringe Festival for mine and its second year. I only managed to see 9 of the 15 performances, but was very impressed with the variety and quality of the performances.

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The Divorce Movie Review

Last night I attended the premier test screening of the locally produced full length film The Divorce. It stars many people who I have come to know over the past few years. Before I continue we should pause for a

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Academy Awards 2013 Predictions

Here are my 2013 predictions. The pool I have this year gives 1 point for 2nd guess and 2 points for 1st guess. The person with the most points wins. These are not based on who i like best but

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The Books that Bite and Sting

Let's Pretend this Never Happened Cover

Franz Kafka said, “we ought to read only books that bite and sting us.” What’s the last thing you read that bit and stung you, and why? This is one thing that is difficult to come up with. Over the

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Teddy my Ted

Teddy

Yesterday evening I went to the theatre like I have almost every Tuesday night in forever. This week I when to see the movie “Ted”. I absolutely loved the movie, it was literally non–stop laughs from beginning to end. It

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