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  • Skylight: Existentialism in Northwest London

    Several years ago I went to the last of a Massey Lecture series given by Stephen Lewis. Amidst his regular use of 4-syllable words, he said “…my ideology is my life”.   Meaning he lives in alignment with his

    June 20, 2016 • Featured, Reviews • Views: 339

  • SummerWorks Progress Festival is still on! Part of Progress is a festival within a festival (stay with me). The Forest Fringe Microfestival features four artists from the UK-based Forest Fringe collective of artists. One of the

    January 26, 2016 • Featured, Progress Festival • Views: 438

  • GASLIGHT is a good old-fashioned play.

    The house lights dim. The stage lights go up. On stage are a man and a woman; she’s sewing, he’s napping. She stop sewing, he stops sleeping; they talk.  It’s at this moment of talking that I am hit with a wave

    January 25, 2016 • Featured, Reviews • Views: 390

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