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Edge of the City #126 • Pop Montreal

September 18, 2014
Pop Montreal 2014

Pop Montreal has kicked off the 2014 edition of the festival, and in this week’s podcast we’ve got some of the music that you’ll hear live on stage. We also have feature interviews with Jon Chandler from Slow Down Molasses, Jill Krasnicki, also known as Anamalia, and Tyson Mcshane from Amos The Transparent. Slow Down Molasses is … Continue reading

DeAnne Smith’s Questionable at Best #40 • Alain Mercieca

September 18, 2014

This week’s question: How can we fight stress? This week’s quote: “Let the hurricanes turn into feathers.” Writer, comedian and head mopper at Théâtre Sainte Catherine Alain Mercieca talks stress and depression. This one gets extra real around 24 minutes in. (Before that, it’s still great though.) Oh, and he calls me a “lost soul,” … Continue reading

Previous Podcasts

Dirty Feet #96 • In Mixed Company & Densité d’un moment • ENG

September 16, 2014

Opening the Tangente season this year will be a double bill of remounted work. We speak with David Albert-Toth of Parts+Labour_Danse and Emily Honegger of Floor Rider & Tonik. They discuss their choreographic works, In Mixed Company and Densité d’un moment, respectively.

DeAnne Smith’s Questionable at Best #39 • Morgan O’Shea

September 12, 2014

This week’s question: How can you be more confident? This week’s quote: “I’m always ready for the next fail.” I spoke to comedian Morgan O’Shea about confidence and ended up concluding that maybe he has some kind of OCD. You be the judge. Also included: hot, hot tips from the internet for gaining real-life confidence! … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #95 • The 30th Vancouver Fringe Festival • ENG

September 9, 2014
Definition of Time

This episode features a series of interviews with artists presenting dance and movement work at the Vancouver Fringe Festival this year. We start with Ryan Caron who is a trained Kubuki dancer and a co-director of the Fringe show Puss: Reboot. Then, performers Kelly Shackleford and Tasha Coote speak about their sight specific work, Eidola. … Continue reading

Edge of the City Live #6 • No More Radio’s One Year Anniversary!

September 8, 2014
On Air

Last November (2013), No More Radio celebrated it’s one year anniversary, and as we’re gearing up for our second anniversary show this November, we decided to bring you last year’s show as special Edge of the City Live Podcast! This podcast features, performances from Old Time Radio Theatre, Dirty Feet‘s Stephanie Morin-Robert, two Confabulation stories … Continue reading

Edge of the City #125 • A Celebration of Two

September 4, 2014
MONOTASK (Demo Tape)

No More Radio’s home in Montreal, the Montreal Improv Theatre is celebrating four years of existence! In this podcast we sit down with Marc Rowland, one of the founders of Montreal Improv, and the man behind the scenes. Without Montreal Improv’s support the podcasts we create wouldn’t be possible. Join the celebration, with Montreal Improv’s … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #94 • Manuel Roque • FR

September 2, 2014

Cette semaine à Dirty Feet, Manuel Roque se joint à Tim et J.D. en studio pour parler de sa nouvelle pièce, Data, qui sera présentée dans le cadre d’Iceberg – Semaine de la jeune création, à l’Usine C. Ce nouveau solo l’amène dans de nouvelles direction avec un focus sur l’information qui peut être traitée … Continue reading

Edge of the City #124 • Sunday @ The Segal: The Graduate

September 1, 2014

In this, our first podcast of Sunday @ The Segal, we bring you a discussion with director, Andrew Shaver, and musicians, Matthew Barber and Justin Rutledge, from the Segal Centre‘s production of The Graduate. Also featured in this podcast, interviews with Marcel Jeannin, Jane Wheeler, Graham Cuthbertson, and Seska Lee. This week’s podcast features music from Matthew … Continue reading

Edge of the City #123 • Marché des Possibles

August 26, 2014

Marché des Possibles is a new revitalization of an outdoor space in Montreal’s Mile End neighbourhood. Each weekend throughout the summer, there are local vendors, workshops taught by people living in the neighbourhood, activities for kids and teens alike, music, films, and so much more. We spent a beautiful Sunday afternoon, recording this week’s podcast, with … Continue reading