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The wed­ding We got mar­ried at Toronto City Hall. Not so fancy, but we were get­ting our green cards so needed it to be speedy. I thought it was go­ing to be a quick sign­ing of pa­per, but it ended up be­ing in­cred­i­bly mov­ing. Our dear friend Dov Mick­el­son was able to take off time from re­hearsals and be there. He put on some Ella Fitzger­ald in place of the or­gan mu­sic. Matt’s aunt and un­cle hap­pened to be in town, so they were there too. Then our two fa­thers were present, and we did some re­ally great awk­ward photos in the square out front. It was ex­actly right. Bal­anc­ing ca­reers and mar­riage This is a con­stant jug­gling act. Like, if we were in the cir­cus, we wouldn’t be jug­gling chain­saws, bouncy balls and ap­ples. We’d be jug­gling show pro­duc­ing, act­ing ca­reers and im­pro­vised pod­casts. Matt and I are part­ners in ev­ery­thing: writ­ing, im­prov, pro­duc­ing. We’ve fig­ured out our roles when it comes to cre­ative stuff, but are al­ways jug­gling life and art. Some­times date night turns into a pro­duc­tion meet­ing. Shared hob­bies This is tricky be­cause the line be­tween hob­bies and ca­reer is blurry. We pro­duce our own com­edy shows and our pod­cast

so that is some­thing we share. We also have a lit­tle cot­tage that we love fix­ing up. We spend most hours in the day to­gether, so pretty much ev­ery­thing is shared! Is clean­ing the fridge a hobby? We share that too! The home

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