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Signing up enhances your TCE experience with the ability to save items to your personal reading list, and access the interactive map. Subscribe now to keep reading. They met in college at York University in Toronto. I'm curious what came out first? Hein thought his mother's journey would make a good theatrical work, so he and his wife, Irene Carl Sankoff, began writing the musical in January David and Irene are amazing — talented singers and actors, they play themselves and tell their own story in a very humble, even self-effacing way, allowing the more dramatic emotions of the other characters to swirl around them. Accessed 10 October
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One Day University - October 19, I wish I could be that cool. Judith Newmark Judith Newmark is the theater critic for the St. Sankoff and Hein combined stories from multiple people to create composite characters for the show. The Canadian Encyclopedia , s.
It then became the highest-grossing show in the history of the Seattle Repertory Theatre. My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding "tells the story of a mother and son," according to production notes. Right from the beginning I felt connected to how simple and beautiful this huge story was and I fell in love with it. David: "The play is about my mom finding love and accepting herself. The Broadway alum sat down with ABC7 Chicago to talk about his daughter Adelaide and her fight with childhood epilepsy.