Founding member Ainsley Hillyard tells us about the Good Women Dance Society (GWDS). The Edmonton based group has been creating work and supporting the Edmonton dance scene since 2009.
Dirty Feet #146 • Good Women Dance Collective • EN
Founding member Ainsley Hillyard tells us about her Edmonton based collective.
Dirty Feet #145 • Toy Guns Dance Theatre • EN
An interview with Jake Hastey, the Artistic Director of the Edmonton based company.
Edge of the City #161 • Gabrielle Papillon and Dear Diary
Gabrielle Papillon's latest album The Tempest of Old, and a look into your teenage diaries!
Shane Adamczak is touring his play Trampoline (Link for the Victoria Fringe) around the Canadian FRINGE circuit this summer, and made a brief stop in Montreal, with his friend, and also acting partner Whitney Richards, who’s been exploring Canada for the first time.
We catch up with Shane, get to know Whitney, and talk about Trampoline and how the play has evolved over the last year since making it’s Canadian premiere in Montreal.
There might also be a dice game in this episode…
This week’s podcast featured music from the United Steel Workers of Montreal.
Stephanie speaks to Jake Hastey, the Artistic Director of the Edmonton based company Toy Guns Dance Theatre. Together, they discuss their brand new show Who Am I? (Unauthorized Stories from the Varscona Parkade) that is currently playing at the Edmonton Fringe Festival and his fast growing involvement with the Edmonton Dance community over the last year.
Gabrielle Papillon‘s latest album The Tempest of Old is a darker album, than one might be used to from the Halifax based musician, but that’s definitely not a bad thing. We catch up with Gabrielle and talk about her latest album, touring, and her new quirky, yet amazing managing team.
Also on this week’s podcast, we talk to Alex Parravano, and Ian Lawrence about their live show: Dear Diary, where people share their diary entries from when they were teenagers!