Justin Ducharme: Saying What He Wants to Say, How He Wants to Say It.

Justin Ducharme: Saying What He Wants to Say, How He Wants to Say It.

“Any time you’re talking about sex work, there are always going to be people who have eyebrows raised. Knowing there were filmmakers out there, specifically Indigenous filmmakers, who were taking these risks, I was like, there’s no reason why I shouldn’t at least try to do this.”

Read More

An Invitation to Action: Andrea Warner, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Decolonizing Music Journalism

An Invitation to Action: Andrea Warner, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Decolonizing Music Journalism

“In the past three or four years, talking to Buffy Sainte-Marie and really digging very intensely into her discography and songbook has led me to just letting that be a sort of invitation—not for me in particular, but an invitation to think about my place in all of it.”

Read More

Jackson Wai Chung Tse 謝瑋聰: Breaking the Silence, Taking Space

Jackson Wai Chung Tse 謝瑋聰: Breaking the Silence, Taking Space

“It’s all about bridging the gap, about humanizing stories and allowing people to feel connected with people that they feel at odds with, that they feel different from, maybe a little bit afraid of as well.”

Read More

A Bloody Treat: Snapshots Theatre Collective's Sweeney Todd

A Bloody Treat: Snapshots Theatre Collective's Sweeney Todd

Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd; really, you should. Snapshots Theatre Collective has served up a bloody treat just in time for Halloween. Their site-specific, immersive production of Sweeney Todd, mounted at 348 Water Street (Mrs. Lovett’s Pie Shop, I should say), submerges the audience in the dark world of Fleet Street so thoroughly that they will even serve you pre-show pie.

Read More

Fringe Festival 2018 Review: Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land

Fringe Festival 2018 Review: Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land

In Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land, expert storyteller Josh Languedoc takes his audience on a journey into mental illness and the healing power of stories. This one--man show, in which Languedoc switches with remarkable remarkable prowess between multiple characters, explores young Nakota’s struggle to grapple with his demons, both internal and external. Rocko and Nakota gifts audiences with traditional and contemporary stories about resilience and becoming your own hero.

Read More

Fringe Festival 2018 Preview: Precious Little

Fringe Festival 2018 Preview: Precious Little

When our words are no longer useful, how do we experience our interactions? Can we communicate in a more visceral, bodily way? Is it possible  to be understood in a more spiritual, energetic sense, to go deeper in dialogue when we are stripped of our dependence on the word?

Read More

LIVE Biennale: Praba Pilar's "The NO!!!Bot"

LIVE Biennale: Praba Pilar's "The NO!!!Bot"

"Performance art is unpredictable and ephemeral, which makes it entirely an experience and a kind of art that falls flat when reproduced on Instagram stories or social PR strategies. The truth is, entering the space for performance art is daring; it’s consensual to receiving, witnessing, and participating in an experience impossible to experience once more. The experience could be anything.

Read More