Together, Kev and I have continued to create theatre (It Was Kit by Allison McWood in 2006, where Kev played Shakespeare and I directed; Shakespeare’s Brain by Allison McWood, where Kev played Shakespeare again, and I directed again; Last Dance of the Dark Cloaked Avenger by R. J. Downes, which I co-produced and Kevin played multiple roles; The Aquarium, which I directed, and co-wrote with Allison McWood, and Kevin was our dramaturge; as well as Without Whom and Tightrope by R. J. Downes—I co-produced with Rob), and some film/TV (we worked on finishing a sketch comedy pilot, as well as continuing work with The Scary Bitch Project when it was broadcast 2003-2006 and preparing it for the new TTP website, as well as writing screenplays together…and there will always be Space Zombies—that film will never ever leave us alone). More recently, we’ve both focused our attention on writing both scripts and prose. And now, a bit of publishing. I have a picture storybook that Kevin will be illustrating, and Kev and I also co-wrote another picture storybook. Later this year, Triple Take will publish a screenplay we wrote together many years ago, and have been working on drafts ever since--They Suck. Like I did with Space Zombies, I’m hoping to write a novelization of this film script.
I wanted to say (write) that it has been the most INCREDIBLE journey so far! We’ve done some crazy things and had some crazy fun—a feature film, a Best of Fringe play, work in television, published stories, many, many pets and animals…it’s been a unique life that I would not trade for ANYTHING. I’m so looking forward to the decades to come. Thank you Kevin…I love you forever.
Now as I mentioned, the focus for both of us is more on writing, and Kevin is a Media Librarian at CBC while I am a certified Canine (and Feline) Massage Therapist. But Triple Take is still here, 21 years later (holy gawd!). There will still be film and theatre in our future, never fear. ;)