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Brian Atene on personal, thespianal, and alcoholic marketing strategy

April 24, 2010

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You may be familiar with internet superstar Brian Atene from his impressive, even unforgettable debut in Hello Mister Kubrick, or perhaps our longtime fandom over on raincoaster.com, or maybe you’re familiar with The Greatest Motivational Video Ev-Ar! Here we present his musings on jobhunting, resume preparation, Sir Lawrence Olivier, Italian restaurants, personal presentation, satori, the […]

Win a Date with raincoaster (or give the tickets to your worst enemy, whatever works)

March 25, 2010

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I’m cross-posting this from raincoaster, because who’s to stop me, eh? But DO note, because you are intelligent and perceptive, that the jokes you enter to win have to be put in the comments on the post at raincoaster.com, not here. Because you couldn’t if you tried, unless you were Matt or some other WordPress […]

Havana Theatre Available for Bookings

January 28, 2010

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FYI another from the SEARCHgrads list. The Havana Theatre has been home to some outstanding productions and is a terrifically intimate room connected with the bustling Havana Restaurant on the Drive. They favour avant-garde works over yet another staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The Havana theatre would be available on the following dates for […]

Palace of the End

May 30, 2009

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Palace of the End May 21 to June 6, 2009 Performing Arts Lodge Theatre Directed by David Bloom, Katrina Dunn and Mindy Parfitt Starring Alexa Devine, Russell Roberts and Laara Sadiq Set by Yvan Morissette Costumes by Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh Lighting by John Webber Sound by Brian Linds Tickets Adult $26 Senior $20 Student $16 including […]

Storytelling Our Lives at Gallery Gachet

May 27, 2009

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This is from a Facebook invitation. As I’ve mentioned before, Gallery Gachet is an excellent gallery located just off Gastown on Cordova, whose mission it is to work with outsider artists. Now they are doing live theatre in the space, which sould be quite an intimate experience. Storytelling Our Lives is an exciting theatre production […]