So do I think this play will resonate more or be more 'popular'? I would love if that were true but I think all three plays really resonate through human and accessible stories.
Do you feel a certain amount of pressure or expectation given the tremendous success of I, Claudia?
Well we've done so much separately and grown up a lot since our first adventure together and Kristen has never really tried to repeat what happened with I, Claudia so I don't think we're focused on expectations. She's never had the prior success of I, Claudia be front and centre in her mind. I think that's partially because of how she writes. She writes by putting on masks and improvising and generating hours and hours of material. The plays come together as an unconscious exercise and when we're making a play together we focus on that. I observe what rises to the surface.
When and Where?
January 7th to February 2nd, 2013 at The Berkeley Street Theatre
Tickets range from $22 to $49 are available by phone at
416-368-3110, online at www.crowstheatre.com or in person at the box office.
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Kelly Cameron's love affair with the theatre began when she was just five years old, on an outing to see the Original Canadian Cast of Les Miserables at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto. She instantly fell in love, and since then has been lucky enough to be involved in various theatre activities and productions, including a regional production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and a local production of Where the Sidewalk Ends. She has also received training from various teachers throughout Southwestern Ontario in both piano and voice, and competed in vocal competitions for which she received a few awards. Her writing career started almost by accident, when she had the opportunity to become a ghostwriter for up and coming businesses. She continues to do this, writing the content for all sorts of companies who are starting websites and looking to find their voice. |
Her passion and love for theatre led to her becoming involved with BroadwayWorld where she is thrilled to be writing for the Toronto contingent of the rapidly growing website. When she isn't at the theatre, you can generally find her firmly planted in front of her trusty Blackberry - tweeting, Facebooking or partaking in other such social media activities to ensure that those who want to know are kept apprised of everything that Toronto theatre has to offer. Other interests include movies, art, music, shopping, fashion and martial arts with the occasional foray into the world of finance.
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