Tag Archives: Ryerson Theatre School

Martin’s music

I’ve crossed over to the other side.  I’m sitting onstage rather than in the audience for a student production at Ryerson, playing an electronic keyboard alongside capable student singers & musicians.  As I mentioned in a recent post, I’ve been … Continue reading

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Appropriate (the verb)

During the production of Feydeau’s  The Girl From Maxim’s at Ryerson Theatre School—just concluded last night—I had lots of opportunities to sit and read, between cues.  I read most of a book recently arrived in the EJB library namely Shay … Continue reading

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