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Edge of the City #104 • Jesus Christ Super Band

April 17, 2014

Making podcast and radio history, Edge of the City brings you a one of a kind interview! Yes, that’s right we talk to Jesus Christ herself! She’s brought the band back together and you can see them perform in Jesus Christ Super Band at Montreal’s Theatre Ste. Catherine! Also on this week’s show, we end … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #74 • Iredea • ENG

April 15, 2014

Woo Me Myth is a dance rock opera company based in Montréal, led by choreographic director & dancer, Jenn Doan, and artistic director & composer, Ted Strauss. They both join us in studio to talk about their latest creation, Iredea, an epic sci-fi multi-disciplinary performance inspired by the writer Philip K. Dick, set in a … Continue reading

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Old Time Radio Theatre #2 • The Locked Room Mystery

April 13, 2014

In this episode, we recreate the Lights Out episode “The Locked Room Mystery” by Willis Cooper, an eerie murder-mystery in which an apparently alcoholic murder-mystery writer, struggling to meet a deadline, receives creative advice from a mysterious stranger. But at what cost? This episode features Tessa Brown as Sam, Dan Derkson as Kerrigan, George Mouggias … Continue reading

Edge of the City #102 • Election

April 10, 2014

The night of the Quebec Election, Edge of the City presented a special live broadcast, bringing live coverage of the election results. This week’s podcast is what we recorded that night. Guest panelists included activist and anarchist Shayne Gryn, journalist and PhD student in political science Jonathan Montpetit, and Some Honourable Member‘s Justin Ling. Also on … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #73 • REMIX • BIL

April 8, 2014
Crédit photo - Adrienne Surprenant

Studio 303′s REMIX (danse) project pairs a choreographer with another dance artist whose assignment is to remix their original choreographic work. Both the original piece and the new version are presented at the show. This year Adam Kinner remixes a solo by Stéphanie Fromentin and flamenco inspired Sarah Bronsard remixes the gigue-based work of Nancy … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #72 • La 19e édition du Festival Vue sur la Relève • FR

April 1, 2014

Nous recevons trois artistes qui présenteront leur travail dans le cadre du Festival Vue sur la Relève. Laurence Sabourin nous parle de sa collaboration avec Marie-Lys Trudel. Ces demoiselles partagent leur talent de chorégraphe, interprète et musicienne et sont réunies pour la première fois dans la pièce Mange-racine. Ensuite, Erin Drumheller, qui présente Far From … Continue reading

Edge of the City #101 • Politics & Poetry

March 31, 2014
Mile End Poets' Festival

Poet Ian Ferrier is the producer of the Mile End Poet’s Festival, he’s also collaborated with variety of artists in Montreal, including choreographer Stephanie Morin-Robert (collaborator on Dirty Feet). We get a chance to talk to him about the poetry scene in Montreal, and what poetry means to him. The Mile End Poets’ Festival starts … Continue reading

The Belgo Report #10 • Contemplations: Sovereignty, Portraiture, and Nature

March 30, 2014
The Belgo Report

In this episode of the Belgo Report we capture inner monologues, explore quiet spaces in nature, and we contemplate ideas surrounding sovereignty. Host Bettina Forget chats with photographer Marisa Portolese about her exhibition Belle du Jour at Galerie Lilian Rodriguez, and explores how she captures her model’s inner landscape. In her interview with curator Cheyanne … Continue reading

Dirty Feet #71 • Amélie Rajotte • FR

March 25, 2014

Amélie Rajotte nous parle de l’entrainement qu’elle a connue en France, de son expérience en tant qu’interprète et chorégraphe, ainsi que de sa plus récente pièce Carnaval. Nous discutons du monde la danse et de “Lorganisme“, fondée par Amélie, Caroline Laurin-Beaucage, Anne Thériault, Catherine Gaudet et Sara Hanley, dans le but de soutenir leurs efforts … Continue reading

Edge of the City #100 • A Belated Birthday…

March 24, 2014

Normally in the month of February we’d celebrate Edge of the City‘s anniversary… This year, well, we completely forgot. We know, we’re awful parents, and we’re not going to make up any excuses. Instead, we’ve reached into the archives, and hand picked the one show that represents it beautifully. So as our gift to you, … Continue reading