The Year Two Thousand Fifteen

December 31, 2014 Posted by Daniel


This photo is me and my step-daughter, Sati, with the mini-gingerbread houses we made from scratch!

It’s New Year’s Eve. Tomorrow will be 2015. The year Marty McFly and Doc travel to in Back to the Future Part II. I was hoping to get a hoverboard for Hannukah.

I didn’t, but I do have a stage management gig coming up Jan 6-10. Alan Williams taught and worked in Winnipeg for a number of years – I think basically all of the 1990s. He was hugely influential on a whole generation of theatre artists. He has performed all over the world, won lots of awards, etc. This is his story of returning to England after living in Canada for 10 years. I saw the workshop production of these monologues a couple of years ago and it’s really masterful storytelling. And it’s as cheap as borscht: $12 per play or $30 for the trilogy, so very affordable. I’ll be stage managing, so if you come to the show(s) I’ll see you. Here are the details:


And please stay posted. If you’re not already on the email list but would like to be, please sign up here. And there will be an invited reading of my new play, Deserter, this April. It’s not ready yet, but it will be.

Looking forward,


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