Short flashes of light enter the corner of your eyes. Then, large crowds of people are in your bedroom. But you can’t touch anything. There are no lights and the people are not real.
Kayla Wallace has never strayed far from St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club in Toronto. The 21-year-old first became a volunteer at St. Alban’s during high school to complete her volunteer hours. From there, her involvement in the community only grew. “I was approaching my 16th birthday and obviously I wanted to get a job,” […]
Comedic writer Sandra Shamas’s journey through menopause was a lonely and isolating experience.
In vintage Shamas style, though, she’s made it a little less lonely and isolating for the rest of us — and a heck of a lot funnier — with her latest show, The Big What Now, which ended a successful run in Toronto earlier this year and is now ready to hit the road.