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Good energy a la Trey Anthony

OMG! After a series of technological challenges, the video is FINALLY up!

What an amazing evening at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore  on Thursday July 14th.

Trey Anthony joined me for a conversation – and the bookstore was packed. People were there an hour early, just to get a seat.

It should come as no surprise. If you know Trey, or have seen her speak, you will know what I’m talking about in the title. Few people begin an interview with a big and heartfelt thank you to the audience for being there…and mean it. But Trey does. She is real – in her life, in the work that she does in theatre and beyond, as a writer, a speaker, a business woman.

Thursday night was a flow of questions and conversation – mostly questions from the audience, some chatting between Trey and I, and a lot of honesty.

If you missed it, you can watch the video.

And then get your tickets for Da Kink in My Hair  – it’s running NOW in Toronto until August 21 at Harbourfront Centre. Buy  your tickets!

Thanks Trey. Blessings to you.

annemarie

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In Conversation with Michelle St. John

I’m so excited!

I have just had a chat with Michelle St. John who will be my guest next Thursday, May 5th for an In Conversation session at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore.

Michelle is First Nations, and is a talented actor, singer and producer. We will be talking about a few of the amazing and touching projects she is (and has been) working on including the recent run of Tombs of the Vanishing Indians at Buddies in Bad Times theatre here in Toronto this past March.

Stay tuned for more blogs as I prepare for our interview!

And come and join us next Thursday night, May 5th, at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore (6:30pm – 8:00pm) or watch the livestream at www.facingout.ca starting at 7pm.

Annemarie

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