Next weekend – my skirt catches fire! Metaphorically.

Next week, starting March 7, 2013, is Skirts Afire on Alberta Avenue! And on the final day, March 10, will be Peep Show – 5 scenes from 5 never-before-seen plays, and mine is one of them. Come hear a snippet of Marathon/Sprint!

It’s awesome when people love what you do…

So here are the awards for the ADFA 2013 One-Act Festival, or StageStruck! You’ll note that Maria Colonescu, the director of It Started With an Allergy, received Honourable Mention, as did playwright Heather Morrow for her performance. Yay US. The feedback and delight from everyone who saw the show was amazing, the most common themeContinue reading “It’s awesome when people love what you do…”

On to PEEP SHOW (gasp)

It Started With an Allergy went brilliantly last night — SO good. Thanks so much to everyone who saw it and liked it, and THANK YOU Ken Brown, StageStruck’s adjudicator, for his absolutely spot-on critique and for saying I gave a great performance — NOT fangirling. Nope. I know now very well the show’s wellContinue reading “On to PEEP SHOW (gasp)”

Tonight’s the night for an Allergy!

So, tonight, and tonight only, playwright and sometime-actor Heather will be performing It Started With an Allergy. Tickets are available at Tix on the Square or at the door, of the Walterdale Playhouse, 10322 83 Ave NW, Edmonton. What else can I say? Come see ME!

Tickets now on sale!

Here is where to buy tickets for Stories of Love & Hate! https://tickets.fringetheatre.ca/DateSelection.aspx?item=1264 Edmonton Fringe programs are now on sale too all over the city – pick one up and see everything there is to see. Happy Fringing!

Now THAT was a party!

So the Toga & Burlesque fundraiser raised the roof last night.  Thanks again to all our donors – Sobeys, the Black Sheep Pub, Sharon Skwarchuk, Kimberly Budd, Jessie McKitrick, and the Colonescu family, our own beautiful Nicole, Gino Akbari and photographer Steve Barr – for their donations allowing us to thank our partygoers.  And thankContinue reading “Now THAT was a party!”