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An explosion of colour, culture and controversy: Q+A with Hot Brown Honey’s Queen Bee, Busty Beatz

Busty Beatz, the Queen Bee, chats with us about the tour de force, Hot Brown Honey. “Hot Brown Honey turns up the heat, delivering lashings of sass and a hot pinch of empowerment in the smash-hit that took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm.” For those who are perhaps unfamiliar with Hot Brown Honey, can you share a bit about the show? ... Read More »

1 Hour Photo: A story about chemistry, transformation and eternity

History has a unique way of engraining itself in the present, projecting into the future, and repeating itself. Sometimes, we find trinkets from history in the most unsuspecting of places, leading to a discovery of new insights and stories. This is the spark that led Tetsuro Shigematsu to write his upcoming play, 1 Hour Photo. A popular name in Vancouver’s ... Read More »

7 years in the making: Q+A with Corey Payette on his new musical, Children of God

Playwright, composer, actor and director, Corey Payette, spoke with Artslandia recently about his brand new musical, Children of God. Corey shares about his creation process, the story, Vancouver’s World Premiere and next year’s tour. This is a major work for Canada and an important part of our history that needs to be told. For those who don’t know, can you share with us a ... Read More »

Director’s Notes: Cameron Mackenzie dishes on the synergetic origins of Elbow Room Café: The Musical

We asked director and producer, Cameron Mackenzie of Zee Zee Theatre, to give us his notes, a backgrounder if you will, on the new fully-professional staging of the play—Elbow Room Café: The Musical. Cam says, “Like all good art, it’s the years, experiences, and people that you meet leading up to the actual idea [four years in the making] that makes the ... Read More »

Artslandia Q & A: Seven Questions for Gravity & Other Myths’ acrobat, Jascha Boyce

Artslandia’s Rebecca Karpus asks acrobat artist and Gravity & Other Myths‘ Jascha Boyce seven questions about A Simple Space. RK: Can you tell me a little bit about A Simple Space? JB: The initial idea was to create a show that demonstrates to the audience what we as acrobats go through behind-the-scenes. The audience is brought in close together, backstage. It is here where we push ourselves to the ... Read More »