Tonight as we were leaving the restaurant I was stopped by a fan… not a fan of me, but one of G.O.T. Turns out all throughout the meal he thought I was Rose Leslie (aka Ygritte). The place was dim and we were sitting more than a few feet away from each other but being compared to Rose Leslie is quite the compliment and it was really fun/funny to have that ‘fan experience’; he even took a picture with me
So, see any resemblance?
I should have asked for their info to get a copy of the pic because it was so much fun – so if you are one of the three folks at that table, who had dinner at Shizen Ya on Broadway tonight, feel free to contact me
Back in January I did a sitcom workshop and it was a ton of fun!! From that I met some really great people among them were Mohit Anand(my scene partner) and the amazing brothers Riaz & Zain Meghji.
Here is the video from class –
And here are both scenes taken from a different angle (special thanks to Riaz):
Well dear readers, I am sure you have noticed I no longer adhere to the strict schedule of putting up a new post every Wednesday. That is because my blog was beginning to feel like a lot of work, when I really prefer it to be about play
So for 2013 I’m gonna blog whenever I: feel like it, am inspired, have the time or am avoiding doing something else.
In other news. Have you heard of Zombie Foods? They are an amazing new food company and they make food for your everyday apocalypse AND their products are gluten-free just for me. I am tickled pink! That’s right, I inspired a gluten-free transfer or (rather) they were already thinking of heading in that direction and then they met me and it solidified their idea but still it feels good to be included in a food company I believe in.
Feel free to check out their website – and their products
Their cereal and bars will help you get all the fibre your body so desperately wants (and needs) and they are all local ingredients made locally.
In acting news – I’ve got a new headshot
On Tuesday night my friend Gaelle and I went to see Ride the Cyclone at the Arts Club Theatre on Granville Island. I was super excited to see my friend Kelly perform since I hadn’t seen her on stage since we shared the spotlight in Cannibal the musical (the stage version) some-odd ten(ish) years ago, aka not since I wielded THIS
Well let me just say that Ride the Cyclone is AWESOME and Kelly totally ROCKS THE HOUSE!! Gaelle and I left soooo fricking happy and elated. (We were so happy we didn’t even care that Gaelle’s head got cut off in the photo)
Nothing does it quite like extraordinary theatre and Ride the Cyclone has got something for everyone.
Also, I am just so proud of my gal.
Go Kelly Go