What you missed in the theatrosphere over the holidays
- Obsidian Theatre received Holiday Greetings from Heritage Minister James Moore, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and a guy who better not be The Minister of Spelling.
- Globe and Mail political blogger Andrew Steele declared himself a blogger-not a-journalist in response to his blog being nominated in the Best Blog by a Journalist Category in the CBAs. Several days later, The Supreme Court of Canada overruled him in a ruling that actually used the word “blogger” and afforded all of us on the interweb the same rights and responsibilities as a journalist as Canadian citizens.
- NYC-based theatre writer and artist Dennis Baker reflected on our year-end discussion of the Canadian theatrosphere with an emphasis on what it means to further evolution of the form.
- Blogger Adam Szymkowicz, celebrated reaching his 100th interview with a playwright on his blog, by snagging an interview with the one and only Adam Szymkowicz.
- Finally, there’s a new theatre blog in Calgary. Verb Theatre started up their own blog on their website. Welcome to the theatreosphere Verb Theatre (and Alberta?). Folks please adjust your blog rolls accordingly.