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Old Time Radio Theatre #4 • The Black Cat

October 31, 2014
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In this episode, we deviate from our usual format to present, as our Halloween special, a reading of Edgar Allan Poe‘s “The Black Cat”, in which a man with an affinity for animals descends in to alcoholism and violence. But at what cost? This episode features the voice of Dan Derkson, and original musical accompaniment … Continue reading

Confabulation #16 • Nisha Coleman

October 31, 2014
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This week’s story is by Nisha Coleman, and was told at April 2014’s Lies My Parents Told Me. Both hilarious and deeply personal, this exploration of her relationship with her father is perhaps the most perfectly themed story ever, and a sober reflection on how our relationships transform. For more information about Confabulation, check out … Continue reading

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DeAnne Smith’s Questionable at Best #41 • Cee Webster

October 30, 2014
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This week’s question: What can’t you do? This week’s quote: “I really, really don’t like not being good at things.” I interviewed Cee because I think she’s good at life and I want to know her secrets. (Spoiler alert: her secrets are mostly confidence and Youtube.) I hope you like this one as much as … Continue reading

Edge of the City #130 • SUUNS

October 28, 2014
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This week we sit down with Montreal’s Suuns. Fresh off a European tour, we get a chance to talk to Joe Yarmush and Max Henry from the band, about touring, creating their music, and how it’s evolved since they first started; when they were known as Zeroes. We also get to hear about a new … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #102 • Isolation & Nation-Individual • ENG

October 28, 2014
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This week at Tangente Bettina Hoffmann is presenting her piece, Isolation, along side the work of Mary St-Amand Williamson and Zohar Melinek, Nation-Individual. All three artists speak with J.D. Papillon about their work.

Edge of the City #129 • Sunday @ The Segal: Belles Soeurs

October 26, 2014
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In our second podcast presenting Sunday at The Segal, we bring you latest edition, for the world premiere of Belles Soeurs: The Musical, with playwright Michel Tremblay, and producer Alan Sandler, hosted by veteran journalist, and former CBC anchor Dennis Trudeay. Belles Soeurs: The Musical is on stage from October 26th, 2014, and has been extended until … Continue reading

Edge of the City #128 • Venus in Fur & CBC’s ComedyCoup

October 21, 2014
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Venus in Fur is the Centaur Theatre‘s opening play of the season in Montreal. We sit down with director Jennifer Tarver, as well as actors Rick Miller, and Carly Street. CBC’s ComedyCoup is an accelerator  that pushes comedy creators towards development and production opportunities for their original show concepts. We speak to four of five producers … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #101 • Phénomena 2014 • ENG

October 21, 2014
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Return guests Karen Fennell and Helen Simard tell us about their epic music and movement collaboration, The Trouble with Twenty-One Realities, for which Jackie Gallant is also a collaborator. The work is being presented in a double bill along with Stéphanie Morin-Robert’s Me, Myself, and Eye for the Phénomena festival in Montréal this year. Cette … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #100 • 100th Episode Celebration • ENG

October 14, 2014
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To celebrate 100 weeks of producing our podcast, we hosted a lively conversation about dance. Margie Gillis, Dorian Nuskind-Oder and Philip Fortin join co-hosts Allison Burns, J.D. Papillon, Stéphanie Morin-Robert and Timothy Rodrigues for our 100th episode of the Dirty Feet podcast. Pour célébrer les 100 semaines de diffusion de Dirty Feet, nous accueillons Margie … Continue reading

I Have a Problem, With David Heti: Eric Beck Rubin, E12

October 7, 2014
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Eric’s an academic and we once went to give some talk and apparently I was a bit of a cunt when I had some place to be though he could’ve spoken up, no, don’t you think? He’s a lovely guy and it’s a delight to hear him put words together da da da da da.