Examining autumn, reviewing Shakespeare

I have two pieces in today’s Regina LeaderPost. On the front page of the Weekender section you can read my article on the science of autumn, which comes complete with a rather odd picture of me holding up a leaf and looking slightly deranged.

Then, in the Arts and Life section, I’ve got a review of Globe Theatre’s new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which begins:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which opened Thursday at Globe Theatre, highlights the first fruits of the theatre’s intensive Actor Conservatory Training Program: 10 new artists, most making their professional debut.

Based on the strength of this production, directed by Ruth Smillie, we can expect to see these and future graduates of the program gracing stages across Canada for years to come.

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