Saturday, August 23, 2008

It's 2am and I should be asleep... /

Hi there! Just a VERY quick post to say that I will be signing autographs from 12:30pm(ish) until 3pm tomorrow (SATURDAY...which is technically today) at the Fan Expo at the Convention Centre here in Toronto. I'm a last minute addition to the con, but Aaron Douglas and I will be sharing a table, so come and meet us! Please! Otherwise, I'll be bored and he'll be all busy being famous and signing things...

Sleep. Now. Must. Sleep. So. Tired. Too. Many. Beers. See. You. Tomorrow.

(It's at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.)

k.

14 Comments:

Blogger JadesFire said...

I would love to go but its a long drive for me. About eight hours in fact. But I am sure that people will be there and begging for your autograph. I know I would given tonights episode of Atlantis! I cried buckets in the first scene with you and David. Brilliant!

~Kaytie

2:11 AM  
OpenID padawan-aneiki said...

LOL it's 2 AM for me too but I'm busy chatting with friends from out west.

Hope you have fun in TO; I'd come say hello but drivin' up from here would take awhile. *chuckle*

2:13 AM  
Blogger Cyn said...

Would love to see you again but Toronto is so far! D: Have a great time!

2:23 AM  
Blogger Fran said...

Yup 2:30AM here now Kate I am going to bed now too. Rats Kate I'm going to have to skip the Fan Expo made other plans. Going to a Karate barbecue at the Sheppard/Bayview YMCA. Wanna come? Goes til 5PM. Is this a new thing Fan Expo never heard it?

2:33 AM  
OpenID unessential said...

Oh wow. Didn't notice you on the guest list at FanExpo. I guess I should have gone to that with my friends instead of TheEx today.

Just came across your blog by chance after watching "the shrine".

(It's not fair, Space is a season behind Sci-Fi... and it's tough to find the episodes every week.)

Anyway, I heard you were born in Toronto. I have no idea if it's true or not, but if it is, Welcome home and enjoy your stay in TO.

2:45 AM  
Blogger Wendee said...

I would love to meet you and David. I just finished watching "The Shrine" and it was one of the most amazing hours of television I've ever seen. You and your brother work so well together and it was all just so moving and beautiful. I bawled like a baby. You and David are amazingly talented and I love you both on "Atlantis" and in "A Dog's Breakfast". I hope you work together on many more projects!!

2:45 AM  
OpenID unessential said...

Fran: FanExpo is sortof a "geek" convention, comic books, video games, sci fi, anime. etc... It's held annually and used to be many seperate conventions now merged into one.

3:00 AM  
Blogger Rike said...

Sadly, I am on the wrong end of the world to come and see you in Toronto, but I just watched The Shrine and you were awesome in it. Actually all you guys were awesome.

3:17 AM  
Blogger Paula said...

Oh my gawd, Kate. Could you make me cry any more than you did last night in The Shrine?!

Phenomenal job!!!

Thank you SO much! (And since I'm not entirely sure you're following this blog, I'm going to jump on to the mailing list, too.)

9:36 AM  
Blogger NZ_Jackie said...

We haven’t given up hope on SGA Coming Back!!

Do you want more than just a movie? Help Save Stargate Atlantis at:

http://www.sosga.net

Campaigns are already in planning stages and we have a vlog/photo compilation idea planned already!

Just to let everyone know, the site is in beta mode. It is 100% functional but tomorrow the web designer will be completely redoing the site to make it look as good at the first flash intro.

SAVE OUR SGA!!

9:44 AM  
Blogger crownglass39 said...

The Shrine...God you were wonderful.

How did you manage to film that without sniffling your way through it?

I loved it!
~Elona

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Elyse said...

Alas, it starts in about an hour and I'm at least a 9 hour drive away. My Stargate's in the shop, so.... ;) Wish I could attend!

Meanwhile, I want to say GREAT performance in last night's "The Shrine." The scene between Rodney and Jeannie just made me wanna cry.

Of course, SGA's cancellation makes me want to cry too. Such a good show and now it'll be gone. Maybe there's someway Jeannie can be in the movie.

Please keep posting on your blog. I hope to see you at a con, or maybe you'll make it back down to NYC for a play again! :)

11:40 AM  
Blogger allesredukt said...

Hi, Kate. Good luck at the convention today.

I wish I lived close to Toronto so I could tell you in person that you did a wonderful job on Atlantis last night. Your character is really developing, especially considering you've had only a few episodes.

In the latest, Jeannie's strength and concern were impressive, and I think you helped make the situation feel genuine.

Still, there's more to life than sci-fi, so I'm hoping for a chance to see one of your plays someday. I'll keep checking back for updates. (Besides, I still have my guitar-playing fingers crossed that you'll generously post a few of your songs somewhere online. :)

Catch ya later, Stargater,

Alan L. Paris
Birmingham, AL

12:42 PM  
Blogger Robyn said...

Wish I could attend (I would LOVE to meet you), but I'm almost 11 hours away.

You continue to impress and astound me. Your (and David's, especially) performance in The Shrine was amazing, and so wonderfully emotional. You had me crying in the first fifteen minutes!

5:21 PM  

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