And Then The Lights Went Out

Good Afternoon,

Last night I went to Walterdale Theatre to see the play And Then The Lights Went Out by Canadian playwright Andy Garland. I love Film Noir so I had to see it. It was great to be back at Walterdale Theatre, it has been almost four months since I completed by field placement there, and I have missed the historical building. The play was great, I enjoyed it very much. The theme was complete with the fedora, a femme fatale, and jazz music. It is definitely worth seeing!

I think it’s important, at least for me, to attend arts events to be reminded of why I’m trying to get a job in this field. Although I’ve had a few interviews, people are looking for someone who have more experience. It is hard to get a job, in any field really. But when I go to a play, or an exhibition I feel motivated to keep looking and not giving up.

Photo Credit Douglas Stewart

Photo Credit Douglas Stewart

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