|I am in the new (and prestigious) Humanities programme at Carleton University.|
| I have written many plays, two of which have been produced
at the Canterbury Arts Festival, Mind Games, and
Writer's Block and have two plays up for consideration
in the Ottawa Youth Infringement 9:01,
and Floyd's In For A Rogering.
|I played a Fairy in the 1999 Canterbury production of Midsummer Night's Dream. I am currently playing Duncan in a student filming of Macbeth. Bofa. (of course)|
|BEING IN CHARGE|
|I directed both of the plays I have had in the Canterbury Arts Festival.|
|OFF THE JOB|
|I am an avid politico-phelia and am involved in the NDP. I work at a children's after school care program.|
|FAVOURITE BOFA MEMORY|
|My favorite memory was just before 2000's first show as a
team. We were getting prepared, only two of us ever having done this before.
We were nervous, though noticeably more anxious to get out on stage and
show them whose Bunch of Fucking Artsies we were. Mrs. Moore had us lie
in a circle, and led us through a relaxation exercise. When she had finished,
Jehan, who had been helping us out through the year, said a few words, than
told us to hold out our hands.
And in each one of our hands, he placed a leather cord necklace with the pewter letters B O F A on the end. That was the first moment I truly felt I could say I was on BOFA.
|To study in the Humanities Program at Carleton University with a Liberal Arts concentration. Then progress into Poli Sci. I'd love to write a play that was professionally produced some time, maybe at the GCTC.|
|FAVOURITE THINGS TO DO|
|Writing and acting.|
|ENJOYED THE MOST|
|So far, Bofa has been the greatest experience of my life.|
|MOST PROUD OF SO FAR|
|Hiked the West Coast Trail, graduated from the Canterbury Literary Programme.|
|Thanks to my Mother and Father (Jane and Riad Tallim), who
are amazingly supportive,
my friends, especially Andrew Harder, Anne Merritt, Laura White and Dom Taylor.
More thanks than is humanly conceivable (the God, Thank You, if you will) to Mrs. Moore for showing me who I was.