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:

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...


Escape From Happiness?

Last night, pushing halfway into the run, Alumnae Theatre’s production of George F. Walker’s: Escape From Happiness hosted a group of about twenty attentive audience members (apart from the one...


Soul Communication – Cassidy Sigouin

The other day, I got to have a bit of a chat with Cassidy Sigouin, A North Bay gal in love with music. I’ve had the privilege of seeing her...


Who is Starlord!

Toronto’s wonderful annual celebration of all things great and geeky, Fan Expo, opened yesterday for nerds young and old. For those of you who didn’t have the scratch put together...


National Charity for Men Demands Inclusion of Male Aboriginals in Public Inquiry

TORONTO, ONTARIO — The nation’s leading charity for the health and welfare of boys and men, the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), is demanding that the government, RCMP and the...


“Wow, That Choir is great!”… “Which Choir?” …”THAT Choir!&...

That Choir is comprised of 26 singers from all different backgrounds; classical and pop vocalists, theatre artists, teachers, arts educators and administrators, publicists, bankers; we run the gamut. What brings...


Here & There – Torture for Pleasure’s: Mike and Cici

Over the long weekend, the small Ontario town, Deep River, had its bi-annual Summerfest. The out-of-towners who came from all over to enjoy the festivities may have been won over...


Artwork With A Cause

Celebrate a Summer sendoff with HanVoice’s: Alla Prima, art show and live music. Swept’s own Annie Ly will be on the ground to cover the event. Enjoy wonderful music by...


Live Better, Help Often, Wonder More – Sunday Assembly, Toronto

With all of the war, strife, and religious fervor rampant in the world today, there is a haven; a place of restoration and revitalization; a place of love and peace;...


Good Lord

Made ever in the image of the divine indeed? Made ever in the image of God? Good lord what do these underlings concede; humanity’s personally created fraud? Indeed the divinity...


Oh Life

What of dreams and darkness and those singing things from lullabies?         The final fret pressed to chord and re-chord the changes of all things;         Dreams...


Wanna Hear A Sad? ~ Tragic Comedy at Fringe

Last night, Theatre Brouhaha ran their third Fringe performance of ‘Punch Up’, an original piece by Kat Sandler with collaboration by actors Tim Walker, Caitlin Driscoll, and Colin Munch. ‘Punch...


“The lengths someone will go to get a laugh…” ~Tim Walker

The day after his opening at the Fringe, I got a chance to talk to actor Tim Walker about his experience in Punch Up, and to hear some wonderfully wise...


“Karenin’s Anna: It’s Russian…Sorta” ~ Michael Ross Albert

The tale of a young woman from Brooklyn, marrying a Russian immigrant for…him to get his green card. Not a storybook romance by any stretch, Karenin’s Anna, written by Michael...


Not All Rosy With World Pride

Pride Permit Revoked To “Men’s Issues” Group Canadian Association for Equality Politically charged “Israeli Apartheid” green lit but educational charity refused TORONTO, ONTARIO — (June 27, 2014) The registered educational...


Preaching Pride

“All God’s creatures have a place in the choir”, as the old folk song goes, and Rev. Miss Fluffy Souffle had Dolly choir (featuring Fay Slift, ManChyna, and other popular faces)...


Gearing up World Pride at the Gaystone Hotel

The rainbow stops at the Gaystone Hotel this year for World Pride. Last night saw a great turnout for Thick Life with Big Dipper. Though the crowd was slow to...


Equality Day Targeted, But Will Proceed Downtown!

Equality Day Will Proceed This Sunday, June 1st at SW Corner of Yonge-Dundas Canadian Association for Equality Responds to Misinformation with Education TORONTO, ONTARIO — (May 30, 2014) Canadian Association...