Monday June 16th on The Morning News
At 6:45, have we got a wake-up call for you! Artistic Director Andy Thompson of the Vancouver based theatre company The Virtual Stage will be in to talk about his hilarious, smash hit, sci-fi musical sex comedy called Broken Sex Doll. The play is being touted as “the Next Big Thing in Canadian Theatre” and will be showing in Halifax during The Magnetic North Theatre Festival.
We have surpassed the half-way point for the month of June, so the countdown is on to summer vacation. But before you bring on the beach days and road trips, it’s good to have a game plan. At 7:15 we’ll talk with Tasha Richard – director of marketing and operations for Kids & Company about how to get your kids ready for the busy summer months ahead.
Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a real estate veteran, there’s still always something to learn about buying or selling a home. At 7:45 we get another visit from radio and TV personality Vanessa Roman. The Halifax based realtor will give us some Real Estate Smarts!
At 8:15 we’ll talk with best-selling author Terry Fallis about his latest book “No Relation”. His journey into writing is like so many authors before him. He’s an engineer and hovercraft designer who got into politics — then started his own communications consulting business. Naturally — that path led him to become an award-winning author of humorous fiction.
Musician Stephen MacDougall is no newcomer to the Right Some Good Pop-Up Food Festival.In fact the Slowcoaster front man has gone to great heights to ensure his performance in past years. We’ll chat with him before to his gig aboard HMCS Preserver Monday at 8:45.