This is a tentative list of things I’d like to do in Toronto. Right now I’m stage managing a show and working a full-time job, so my research time is limited (I’m not sure how I found time to even get this blog post written – probably I should have been working).
Once I have more free time I’m going to go into crazy “find ALL THE THINGS” mode, so this list may change, but it’s not bad for a start.
1) See “The God That Comes” at Tarragon Theatre:
The show that started it all. Most of my travel plans get started when I realize that I want to see a show that’s playing somewhere else. I adore Hawksley Workman and his live show is hilarious and amazing. I would have seen this show last year, but I was in Europe when it was in Halifax.
2) Go to the ROM:
Looking at pictures of this building makes me want to visit it. I barely know anything about the exhibits, but would like nothing more than to run through the hallways with a camera.
3) Walk though Kensington Market
I keep hearing things about this place, and I love a good market.
4) Go up the CN Tower
I blame this on my minor God-Complex, because I love being up high and looking down on all the little people. Also, it’s been struck by lightening 40-50 times. I want to get to the top and start laughing maniacally, but then someone will probably escort me to the ground and tell me never to come back again.