Fire is extinquished. But the damage was done!

We have firefighters for good reason.  When something is ablaze, much is destroyed.  Well, it seems, performing the theatrical play- Fire can be destructive for an actor as well.  Yes, emotionally speaking, the character, Cale, (based on Jerry Lee Lewis) is fairly self-destructive, but I’m actually speaking quite literally in this case.

Within the rehearsal process and short run of Fire I managed to break: Two tables, two belts, a radio, a pair of shoes, a piano string, a thumbnail, nearly a finger and on the final flourish of the closing night encore of “Great Balls of Fire”- a piano key was knocked sheer off.  Mind you, I was stomping on the piano 😉

Thank you to everybody at Blue Bridge – Brian Richmond, Darcy Stoop and especially Justine Shore; a fantastic cast and to all the people who attended and came with us on our journey.  Amen.

Burnin’ Love Opens!

Tonight is the world premiere of Sharon Bajer’s new play: Burnin’ Love.  It’s been a great challenge taking on the role of “pseudo Elvis” but the cast (Ric Waugh, Chelsea Rankin and Miriam Smith) has made it delightful.  Looking forward to tonight!

Read more about it in the Winnipeg Free Press:

Also, an article came out in La Liberte, Winnipeg’s french newspaper.

And the Sandbox Blog

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