Parts & Labouring On Labour Day


A small group of us were in the office yesterday prepping for the new season, and TIFF madness. Did I already mention we’re taping for 9 consecutive days starting this Thursday?! Sign up for free tickets to be in our studio audience at Strombo.com and visit us at the CBC building at Front and John this week (or next week). Please? I have to organize 18 separate audiences over those 9 days and I’ll be pretty embarrassed if theres only 10 people there for Seth Rogan’s interview, and then I’ll get fired and be humiliated, and it’ll be all your fault (ok, I won’t really be fired, I’m just trying to motivate you)!! So come out, and everything will be A-O-K. Thanks!!! George is going to be interviewing 423423423 hugely famous Hollywood actors and directors (and 1 Head-of-State), and this is your chance to get close to them (but don’t get TOO close, or I’ll have to put you in a chokehold).

I left the office around 4pm and went over to Parts & Labour to build a stage in the Shop.

Mark Pesci has been asking me to build a stage for the past couple of months and I promised it’d be ready for the Vivian Girls show on Friday Sept 16th, and I knew today would be my last chance before then to get it finished so here it is.

Tah-Dahhh!!

There’s only a 1-inch clearance above my head when I stand up straight, so if you play there and you’re taller than me, you’ll have to squat. I’m planning on adding a closed-circuit video feed from the stage to the back of the room where the table hockey thing is soon too.

I might have to miss Choir!Choir!Choir! practice tonight depending on how late I’m working, but check out this article about C!C!C! that was in the Globe And Mail this past weekend. And check out this video I shot at choir practice on August 16th, the same night the Globe and Mail people were there.

One Response to “Parts & Labouring On Labour Day”

  1. Sarah Says:

    STAGE FTW!

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