Tag: 上海419论坛上海龙凤


first_imgAdvertisement We are truly saddened by the sudden passing of our friend and colleague Wayne Leung. Canadian Stage sends condolences to everyone at @mooneyontheatre, friends and family. https://t.co/A0leHjweaM— Canadian Stage (@canadianstage) July 19, 2019 Advertisement Facebook RIP, @wayleu. I’ll miss your huge smile, your thoughtful criticism and your complete love of the arts.https://t.co/E5UHOm4zDz— Glenn Sumi (@glennsumi) July 19, 2019 Leung, 38, was managing editor at Mooney on Theatre, a popular Toronto theatre website, and over the years he contributed hundreds of well-written, observant reviews to the site. READ MOREREMEMBERING WAYNE LEUNG (1981-2019) MOONEY ON THEATRE’S MANAGING EDITOR 2012-2019Paying tribute to Wayne Leung (1981-2019): passionate theatre advocate and MoT Managing EditorI first met Wayne in 2011 when I interviewed him for the position of Assistant Editor at Mooney on Theatre. I remember sitting across from him with my Managing Editor at the time, Mira Saraf, and feeling like I was interviewing myself. It was an eerie feeling. His philosophies on theatre and business felt like a complete match for mine. Even the examples he used when answering questions often felt like word-for-word matches to ones I’d used in my own interviews for other positions. READ MORE We didn’t know Wayne Leung personally but our interactions with him through @mooneyontheatre were always pleasant and professional. Gone too soon. May he Rest In Peace.— Toronto Queer Theatre Festival (@TQTFest) July 20, 2019 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twittercenter_img We were very saddened to learn of the passing of theatre critic Wayne Leung, managing editor of @mooneyontheatre. We’ll miss him at the opera house. https://t.co/9RdUPf6LIL— Canadian Opera Company (@CanadianOpera) July 19, 2019 Advertisement A real shock to learn of Wayne Leung’s death last night. I always enjoyed chatting with the @mooneyontheatre writer and editor about theatre in various lobbies around Toronto and the few times we had drinks…— J. Kelly Nestruck (@nestruck) July 19, 2019 I didn’t know Wayne Leung personally but certainly booked him into a huge number of shows. Our thoughts go out to our friends at @mooneyontheatre and Wayne’s friends and family.— Tarragon Theatre (@tarragontheatre) July 19, 2019 We are very saddened by the sudden loss of Theatre Critic Wayne Leung and send our sincerest and deepest condolences to the @mooneyontheatre family. https://t.co/y5TBi1pZ6N— Luminato Festival (@Luminato) July 19, 2019 IN MEMORIAM: WAYNE LEUNG, 1981-2019Beloved Toronto theatre critic and champion of diversity always greeted you with an enormous smileWayne Leung, one of the most beloved theatre critics in the city, died earlier this week.“It is with great sadness that I announce the sudden passing of my brother, Wayne Leung, on July 15th from a suspected heart attack,” wrote Leung’s brother Howie on Facebook yesterday. “I am in shock and can’t believe I lost my brother at such a young age.” Login/Register With:last_img read more

Recent Comments