Hi There,

I hope you are staying safe and not making too much bread! Its been a great challenge for all of us to adjust to new realities and some days are better than others, aren’t they?

There are so many things to learn, and things to worry about we figured you might need a smile.

So I created The Dad show and Sat June 20th at 7 pm @Kim Pollard and I will be performing.  As well as couple of very funny guests.

How it works is you make your donation here: And we will send you the link the day before the show.  You can stream it from your choice of Facebook or youtube.

It also replays Sunday morning and its taped and available for 30 days so it’s all good.

There are no special apps needed just access to Wifi.

Its PWYC with suggested minimum of 10 bucks and ( 10% of proceeds go to LionHearts in Kingston who feeds people every night in Skeleton Park struggling with food security)

Buy a couple of tickets here:


Online Writing Classes!

Map Out Your Life Story. May 24th, 2020 9-10:30 a.m.

How To Meet Your Father! June 7th, 9:00-10:30 a.m.

Map Out Your Life Story: May 24th, 9 am-10:30 a.m( EST)

Would you like to start to know how to map out the stories you lived past your childhood home? Who were your supporters? Who helped? Who hindered? And what obstacles did you overcome?

Fun, easy, and no previous experience needed.

Sliding scale donation: $40-100.  e-transfer to debkimmett@gmail.com to register!

How to Meet Your Father June 7th, 2020 9 a.m.- 10:30 am.( EST)  

Whether your dad was a great guy or a challenging one, a present one, or a twinkle in your Mom’s eye: this writing class gives you the chance to see your Dad differently! With a series of short, right-brain exercises we will look at what he said, who he was before he became your Dad: Other important father figures in your, and how he influenced you!

Sliding scale donation( $40-100)-PLEASE e-transfer at debkimmett@gmail.com to register.

CREDS: Deborah Kimmett is an actress, comic( The Debaters, Winnipeg Comedy Fest) playwright, and author who teaches you how to get past the voice of doubt and into your creative self, seven minutes at a time. Kimmett is an award-winning writer of comedy with literally hundreds of hours of TV and radio writing under her belt. She was nominated for a Governor General’s Award for her play Miracle Mother. She has taught for 35 years both at The Second City, Centennial College and has offered her own private workshops for 15 years. As well she is an editor and coach for people’s solo shows and books. She specializes in memoir, comedy, and one-person shows!