Scott Hurst

Scott Hurst

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Canadian actor, director, producer, writer, acting coach, reiki practitioner, gardener and blossoming photographer.
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New York Style Cheesecake (6-Inch) from Food.com:   								For those of you who own a 6-inch springform pan. I looked all over for a cheesecake recipe for this size pan.  I found this one at rec.food.baking.  It is credited as a Wilton recipe.

For those of you who own a springform pan. I looked all over for a cheesecake recipe for this size pan. I found this one at rec. It is credited as a Wilton recipe.

First appearance of bulbs planted last season. Sweet.

First appearance of bulbs planted last season.

The Elementals: Puck (Mike Holland), Oberon (Nat Fried), Bottom (Brandon Crone), Titania (Nicolette Pearse), Mustardseed (Alysa King).

The Elementals: Puck (Mike Holland), Oberon (Nat Fried), Bottom (Brandon Crone), Titania (Nicolette Pearse), Mustardseed (Alysa King).

The Pyramus & Thisbe scene.  Standing L to R: Mike Holland, Alysa King, Nicolette Pearse.  Kneeling L to R: Brandon Crone, Nat Fried

The Pyramus & Thisbe scene. Standing L to R: Mike Holland, Alysa King, Nicolette Pearse. Kneeling L to R: Brandon Crone, Nat Fried

Lily of the Valley in the hollowed out root of a Manitoba Maple.

Lily of the Valley in the hollowed out root of a Manitoba Maple.

Purple Leaf Sand Cherry getting ready to do it's Spring Thing!

Purple Leaf Sand Cherry getting ready to do it's Spring Thing!

Marsh Marigolds.  Marvelous!

Marsh Marigolds. Marvelous!

This onion-domed church was across the street from one of the many house-museums in Moscow.  The house-museum was the home of the theatre director, Ostrovsky, and it had a lot of maquets and production photos.  Great good fun and very inspiring.

This onion-domed church was across the street from one of the many house-museums in Moscow. The house-museum was the home of the theatre director, Ostrovsky, and it had a lot of maquets and production photos.

In the same neighbourhood as the Tretyakov Gallery.

In the same neighbourhood as the Tretyakov Gallery.

So much of the architecture in Moscow fascinated me.  None more than the many churches; some in use and some in disrepair.  I loved the orange ones the most.  This one is in the Kitay Gorod district to the east of Red Square.

So much of the architecture in Moscow fascinated me. some in use and some in disrepair. This one is in the Kitay Gorod district to the east of Red Square.

This theatre, which I believe was on Tverskaya, was playing "Hamlet".

This theatre, which I believe was on Tverskaya, was playing "Hamlet".

Also near the Novokuznetskaya metro station is this cathedral.  It was torn down during the Stalin regime and rebuilt by the will of the people in the last decade of the 20th Century.  I have several emotional attachments to this building from 2002; many good, some not so good, all strong to this day.  This photo was of my first sighting.

Also near the Novokuznetskaya metro station is this cathedral. It was torn down during the Stalin regime and rebuilt by the will of the people in the last decade of the 20th Century. I have several emotional attachments to this building from 2002; many good, some not so good, all strong to this day. This photo was of my first sighting.

The Pushkin Museum near the Novokuznetskaya metro station.  I enjoyed my time at the Tretyakov Gallery more, but I'm very glad that I was able to spend some time at the Pushkin as well.

The Pushkin Museum near the Novokuznetskaya metro station. I enjoyed my time at the Tretyakov Gallery more, but I'm very glad that I was able to spend some time at the Pushkin as well.

This is the exterior of the Moscow Art Theatre building on Kamergerskiy Pereulok.  The evening I took this photo I had purchased a ticket to see a production of Antigone, in Russian.  Luckily I knew enough of the story to be able to keep up.  It was a Monday night and the place was packed with 350 patrons who took their theatre seriously.  350 patrons on a Monday night.  *sigh*

This is the exterior of the Moscow Art Theatre building on Kamergerskiy Pereulok. The evening I took this photo I had purchased a ticket to see a production of Antigone, in Russian. Luckily I knew enough of the story to be able to keep up. It was a Monday night and the place was packed with 350 patrons who took their theatre seriously. 350 patrons on a Monday night. *sigh*