Articles tagged with: Toronto

Walking with the undead: The 2010 Toronto Zombie Walk

published: October, 25, 2010 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Events, Bob Leahy - Publisher

In which Bob Leahy dares to join ten thousand undead in Toronto’s least known but most wacky, most subversive and most camera-worthy annual event, the Zombie Walk

So this past Saturday afternoon I went to Toronto to photograph the Zombie Walk. Why I’ve never been before I don’t know. Could be that I didn’t know the date; the level of awareness of this event is so low, it seems it’s not on everyone’s radar. It certainly isn’t well publicized in the traditional media, but relies instead on social networking to spread the word. And it’s huge. Last year 6,000 zombies walked shuffled and lurched en masse through the streets of west-end Toronto.

Nina Arsenault lives Part Three - A Nicholas Flood Interview

published: October, 22, 2010 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Features and Interviews

Nicholas Flood talks drama, fame and creative journeys with Canada’s notorious transsexual performance artist.

[Two critically acclaimed one woman shows in the last twelve months.  A book of academic theory being published about her and her work.  Various upcoming multimedia projects.  Nicholas Flood talks drama, fame and creative journeys with Canada’s notorious transsexual performance artist.) NF: And then there is the book that is being published about you. NA: Yep, it’s called TRANS(per)FORMING Nina Arsenault.  It’s a real honour.  The Silicone Diaries script

Priscilla on stage in Toronto; the PositiveLite review

published: October, 15, 2010 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Bob Leahy - Publisher

Bob Leahy says ditch the high heels and run, don't walk to buy tickets - because this one’s smoking hot!

First of all please don’t expect a balanced, unbiased review of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, because frankly I was totally smitten right from the moment  the lights went down and that giant disco ball suspended above our heads turned the theatre in to one magical party.   Forgive me too if I run out of superlatives pretty fast; let’s just say that I’ve never had so much fun in a theatre in my life. Loved it, loved it, loved it.Everyone has seen the movie, right? W

Nina Arsenault Lives - Part Two - A Nicholas Flood Interview

published: October, 12, 2010 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Features and Interviews, Guest Authors

Nicholas Flood talks drama, fame and creative journeys with Canada’s notorious transsexual performance artist.

[Two critically acclaimed one woman shows in the last twelve months.  A book of academic theory being published about her and her work.  Various upcoming multimedia projects.  Nicholas Flood talks drama, fame and creative journeys with Canada’s notorious transsexual performance artist.) Nina Arsenault Lives - Part Two NF: At each step of your journey you have created an aesthetic object –a play, a photo shoot, an article, a TV show.   NA: I think that’s how to stay in

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