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

October 21, 2014

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

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.

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Dirty Feet #100 • 100th Episode Celebration • ENG

October 14, 2014

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.

Dirty Feet #99 • Dominique Porte • FR

October 7, 2014

Hors JE est la dernière création présentée à l’Agora de la danse. C’est une proposition chorégraphique de Dominique Porte et sa compagnie, Système D. Hors JE is the latest work being presented by Agora de la danse. It is a choreographic work by Dominque Porte and her company, Système D.

Edge of the City #127 • Amsterdam

October 1, 2014

While traveling in Europe, Paul Aflalo, spent some time in Amsterdam, where he sat down with Sahand Sahebdivani, a storyteller, musician, and the founder of The Mezrab, a space for storytelling, music, and arts of all kind. He also met this week’s musical guest, Carlien Jeanne, a singer songwriter based in Amsterdam, who also has an … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #98 • MainLine Dance Programming • ENG

September 30, 2014

Amy Blackmore, the Executive and Artistic Director of MainLine Theatre, tells us about the surprising presence of dance in the theatre’s upcoming season. The events include the Bouge d’ici Dance Festival, SQUAT en coprésentation avec le festival Phénomena by Atypique – Le Collectif & Dans son salon and Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show produced … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #97 • Danses Buissonnières_Classe 2014 • FR

September 23, 2014

C’est le temps d’une nouvelle édition de Danses Buissonnières, l’événement annuel présenté à Tangente qui offre l’opportunité de voir une sélection de chorégraphes de la relève. Nos invités cette semaine sont Gabrielle Bertrand-Lehouillier, Marie Lambin-Gagnon, Nathan Yaffe et Jason Martin. Danses Buissonnières est une bonne occasion de découvrir des univers variés d’artistes très divers. L’extrait … Continue reading

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