Heather Morrow is an Edmonton-based playwright who daylights as a LINC teacher, teaching English to new immigrants and refugees to Canada. She was bitten by the theatre bug early — at 5 — but only because she wanted to tell stories and hadn’t learned to write yet, so instead she acted them out. Her firstContinue reading “meet Heather Morrow – Director and Playwright”
We’ll be updating news about Alex and Michael and Hannah starting Wednesday, February 5, 2020. Subscribe to meet the cast and crew, hear how the production is coming together, and when we’ll be hosting events in the ramp up towards the premiere.
Well, having travelled the world for a while, now I’m back in Canada, in a job where the world is coming to me! I’ve been teaching new Canadian immigrants and refugees since April of 2018, and I can honestly say it’s the best job I’ve ever had. So I finally have the time and —Continue reading “Film exploits”
The view from one of our 2 balconies. They’re both tiny, but still. Another view of the street outside our building. The washing machine. Out on one balcony. We hang our laundry to dry: it’s so hot here it takes NO time. The kitchen. No oven, but the burners are gas, which I love. MyContinue reading “Photos from China (so far…)”
I learned the facts about the dictatorship of Chile in school. I was born exactly a year after the coup making Augusto Pinochet president of Chile, and his junta the government. The dictatorship only ended when I was 15, in grade 10. I spent my first month in Santiago simply wandering around, getting used toContinue reading “Photos from #Chile : History, Memory, Facts”
This, “The Garden of the Heart” is a slice of Japan in La Serena, Chile.