I’ve never been someone to get wrapped up in year-end reflections. Since a theatre season follows the academic calendar, the “new year” typically starts for me right after Labour Day, making the December 31/January 1 transition fairly irrelevant. However, as we say goodbye to 2017, I am more nostalgic than usual, reflecting on our first 12 months as The Musical Stage Company. Here are some personal highlights: More
#KevintheIntern here, just over a year since I started my tenure as the Metcalf Foundation Intern Artistic Director here at The Musical Stage Company (then Acting Up Stage). Time flies!
Since I’ve started working at the company, I’ve had the opportunity to work on some incredible projects. I thought, to wrap up the end of my internship, I’d finish with some of my most favourite #InternMemories, plus a few ludicrous #InternFails for amusement. More
It’s Kevin the Intern with the sequel to my first wildly successful partially acknowledged blog entry, or, as I shall now call this:
Volume 2: Love Never Dies (Except Love Totally Can Die and Does Die All the Time, Usually Owing to Some Kind of Irreconcilable Difference)
(Sidebar, that Andrew Lloyd Webber sure writes some earworms, eh?)