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Edge of the City #134 • Improv, Puppets, Music and Comedy

November 21, 2014
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In this podcast we speak to improvisors Vance Gillis, James McGee, and Lar Vi. They’ve been working on, and performing a new improvised serial, Broken River, at Montreal Improv. Also, take a look at the photo below, is James McGee’s character, Boyd Duffy, a heartthrob or creep? (Leave your comments below!) Michelle Urbano and Tijiki … Continue reading

DeAnne Smith’s Questionable at Best #44 • Paul Aflalo

November 20, 2014
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This week’s question: Is it possible to reinvent yourself? This week’s quote: “Yes and no. Maybe. Sure. I’m not one to believe in things.” My buddy Paul Aflalo (aka Paolo Flores) and I ponder whether it’s possible to reinvent ourselves. In the process, there are a lot of silly jokes and I get reinvented as … Continue reading

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Edge of the City #133 • A bit of film from Montreal

November 19, 2014
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In this podcast we speak to filmmaker Karina Garcia Casanova about her debut feature documentary Juanicas, which premiered at the 2014 RIDM Montreal’s International Documentary Festival. We also speak to filmmaker Joe Balass about the campaign to save Main Film, an non-profit organization which has supported Montreal filmmakers for over thirty years. We also explore … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #105 • Artichoke Heart Collective • ENG

November 18, 2014
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We Walk Among You is a puppet show by the Artichoke Heart Collective. We speak with director Tijiki Morris, puppeteers Andrew Young and Talia DelCogliano, and fight director/foley artist Alexandra Barberena. La metteure en scène Tijiki Morris du collectif Artichoke Heart nous rejoint pour nous parler du spectacle de marionnettes We Walk Among You. Elle … Continue reading

Confabulation #18 • Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa

November 17, 2014
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Leigh Kinch-Pedrosa shares the story of her family’s cottage and the people, the manners and the monsters that live there. Also, the best way to defend against the Pope. From April 2014’s Confabulation presents: Lies my Parents Told Me.

DeAnne Smith’s Questionable at Best #43 • Pete Zedlacher

November 13, 2014
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This week’s question: How can you come out “better” on the other side of the break up? This week’s quote: “You go from moments of ‘Hey I’m gonna be okay’ to ‘Oh my god, I could lie down on the sidewalk right now and cry.’” This episode is truly questionable (at best). We (and some … Continue reading

Edge of the City #132 • Paul Van Dyck & Mike Delamont

November 11, 2014
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Playwright, actor and director Paul Van Dyck has directed a series of solo productions, his own written work, and has recently taken the helm of Social Studies by Tricia Cooper, the second production of the Centaur Theatre‘s 2013-14 season. He joins us to talk about the play, and the productions he’s worked on in the past. … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #104 • The Dance Umbrella of Ontario • ENG

November 11, 2014
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The Dance Umbrella of Ontario is a non-profit organization that provides administrative support for independent dance artists and small companies in the province. Allison speaks with a few of DUO’s core staff members about their center, services and resources. Present is Jennifer Bennet, the Managing Director, Nicole Rosove the Communications Coordinator and Alison Keery, who … Continue reading

Music’s Mitosis #1 • Sunfields

November 10, 2014
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This week on the podcast we were joined by Montreal band Sunfields. Jason Kent (Singer, guitar, keyboards) and Christopher Roberts (Bass) competed against each other for trivia cred. Both their albums can be found on bandcamp. Songs from Sunfields featured on this podcast: Palace (Palace in the Sun) Oh My Sentimental Heart (Habitat) Drunken Choir (Habitat)

Confabulation #17 • Asaf Gerchak

November 7, 2014
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Comedian Asaf Gerchak tells a story about summer camp, pop music and the horrors that connect them. Also, raccoons. From October 2011’s Confabulation presents: Kids Stuff.