Anthony Leclair

Anthony Leclair

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Author Since: 2013-05-30 04:45:12

Website: http://leclair-studios.com/

Bio: Anthony Leclair is a dedicated and passionate artist who has, for over ten years now, been creating in all manner of art: poetry, music, theatre, film, photography and visual art. An honours graduate of Canadore College’s Theatre Arts program, Anthony has written, produced and released one solo album (and is working on his second), has worked on a number of professional theatre and film projects in Ottawa, Toronto and Halifax, and has founded Leclair Studios: an artistic, and educational organization which has held a number of workshops and classes on Stage Combat, Acting Fundamentals, Voice, Shakespeare and more. Currently, Anthony resides in Toronto and runs both a photography and a music studio out of his apartment, plays music around town, and manages Swept.


Posts By Anthony Leclair:

Lap It Up At Lyrics Music Bar!

Lyrics Music Bar in Toronto’s swanky Yorkville district, is a hopping haven of masterful music, and super service. Affordable and accommodating, Lyrics has a great new menu that launched last...


Mohamed Attiah press conference May 26 to expose CSIS, RCMP misconduct, demand public exoneration

Barely a week after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Egyptian-born Canadian citizen Mohamed Attiah was questioned by the RCMP, deemed a security risk and fired from his engineering job at Atomic...


Photo of the Week – Nathan Phillips Fountain

A shot of the fountain jets at Nathan Phillips Square, in downtown Toronto.  ...


When I Have The Time To Sing

  When I have the time to sing, I sing it from the heart:   I sing from the tops of mountains, for yet the cliché to exist, But I...


Spring Has Sprung

A stroll through High Park: one of the most beautiful spots in Toronto. Welcome back Spring! Photos courtesy of Leclair Studios...


The Many Faces of Duncan Griffiths

My name is Duncan Griffiths, I am an artist and my canvas is life. “All the World’s a stage” a wise man once said-and from day one we create ourselves on...


Man Begins Hunger Strike at Queen’s Park Until Gov Promises to Open Shelter for Abused Men

TORONTO, ONTARIO — Dan Perrins, who completed a 120 km walk from Hamilton to Toronto on Friday, has started a hunger strike in front of the Queen’s Park legislature, until...


Wynne Leaves Out Half the Victims of Violence?

New Toronto billboard campaign highlights gays and lesbians, fathers and their children, endangered by public policy built on ideology not facts Premier Kathleen Wynne’s violence against women initiative reinforces sexist...


Load It Up In The Spotlight!!!

I recently had the privilege to ask musician Cody Labombard a few questions about his upbeat, bittersweet, roaring new single ‘In the Spotlight’, and his upcoming album ‘Load It Up!!!’....


Write Me a Love Story

Write Me a Love Story by Anthony J.S. Leclair Thursday, August 1, 2013.      There’s a thickness in the air. I can taste it. A tumult. They are coming....


Here & There – Toronto Street Art

This past week, I decided to take a stroll along Dundas, and photograph the many strange, and spectacular pieces of street art that are about. The alleys of Toronto may...


Outrage as Pope John Paul II Day Becomes Federal Law With Zero Debate

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (January 15, 2015) The divisive former head of Europe’s last absolute monarchy, Pope John Paul II, has been awarded an honour reserved for a select few. The...


Heinous Attack on Charlie Hebdo

In September 2005, the above twelve Danish cartoons were published, causing widespread controversy over portraying the prophet Muhammad. The outrage, and religious fervour in response led to many protests, countless...


The Battle of the Pointless Trilogy…Desolation…An Apparently Expected Journey

   Shortly before the new year, and just before the third installment of the Hobbit was released in theatres, a good friend of mine wrote a hilariously scathing review of...


Mississauga Resident To Speak Against Lord’s Prayer at City Council

Mississauga resident Derek Gray has filed a complaint with Mississauga City Council calling for an end to the recitation of the Lord’s Prayer and will be called to address council...


Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

You are cordially invited to George and Martha’s for an evening of fun and games. NOW Toronto’s ’2014 Best of T.O.’ award-winning theatre company The Red One Theatre Collective proudly...


The Way We Remember

We are asked, only one day a year, to remember those who fought for our freedom. To take that time is a paltry sacrifice compared to those of the men...


Liberal Party Lights Up Marijuana Debate with U of T Event This Thursday 7PM

TORONTO, ON – Following the groundbreaking call from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health to legalize and regulate marijuana, the Liberal Party of Canada will host “Time to Legalize...


A Weird Storm Brewing

Something wicked came to the Ernest-Balmer Studio space down in the distillery this weekend. It was Theatre Arcturus, and it was ‘Weird’ – in title, and some might say in...


Theatre Arcturus Brewing Up Something ‘Weird’

Lindsay Bellaire, and Phillip Psutka, the creative couple heading up Theatre Arcturus, have conjured up a new take on Shakespeare’s three iconic witches in their upcoming production of ‘Weird’. “Weird is...