Very happy to announce that for the first time in five years, I’ll be returning to the Neptune Theatre stage for Kristin Slaney‘s POEM FOR THE SMALLEST BOY alongside Mauralea Austin and Jessica Barry.

For two nights only (November 15th & 16th at 7:00pm), POEM FOR THE SMALLEST BOY will be co-produced by Once Upon A Theatre Collective and Jeremy Webb‘s Off The Leash Productions and presented on the Neptune Theatre Studio Stage.

I am completely aware that I am incredibly biased on this matter, but this is a phenomenal script and I cannot wait to share this story with Halifax. When the time comes, I hope I’ll have done my job and bombarded you with enough links and propaganda to entice you into seeing this play.

I’ll have more information for you in the coming weeks.

Until then, why don’t you check out more of the artwork by Colleen MacIsaac? She supplied the painting above, and will be working on the poster for POEM. More of her work available @  http://littlefoible.net/



Filmmaker/Haligonian/stand-up-comedian/actor/fellow-blogger Pardis Parker (pardisparker.com) has released his new short film, TWO MEN, TWO COWS, TWO GUNS to the internet after a lengthy stint on the film festival circuit.

I had nothing to do with the film whatsoever, I just wanted to share this fun short flick from a fellow Haligonian blogger. Blog solidarity. Pardis’ previous short film AFGHAN (Click here to watch), starring himself & Picnicface’s Mark Little, remains one of my favourite short films ever produced in the Maritimes.

For now, enjoy this new offering from Parker starring the awesome talents of John Dunsworth, Sherry Smith and Levi MacDougall

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