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Q+A with Artist Melvin Diggs of The 7 Fingers’ Cuisine & Confessions

What has it been like working on and performing in Cuisine & Confessions? Melvin Diggs: I’ve been with the show from the beginning and it’s been an amazing experience! There’s something very special about putting many minds together with one goal to achieve: taking an idea, bringing it to life, and helping others feel the story and emotion you are trying to ... Read More »

A Theatrical Feast: 10 things you should know about Cuisine & Confessions

Cuisine & Confessions showcases their trademark acrobatic and choreographic prowess, but this time, adds sound, smell, touch, and taste to their always-innovative aesthetic mix. Cuisine & Confessions becomes a theatrical feast—literally! A virtuosic mélange of circus, avant-garde dance, personal narrative, theatre, and cooking show comedy,  this work explores stories from our family kitchens—food prepared, memories made – and rituals that underpin our most important relationships. ... Read More »

Straight Jacket Winter: A moving account of that newcomer feeling

Théâtre la Seizième A.D. Esther Duquette explains the intricacies of her awarded play, and how her own move from Montreal to Vancouver inspired it. Moving to a new city is hard! Many of us have been there. Even when you’re able to situate yourself in a home and a job, you can still be nagged by a feeling of social ... Read More »

Q & A with Théâtre la Seizième’s Craig Holzschuh on Lapin Blanc, Lapin Rouge

Irish Theatre Magazine described Lapin Blanc, Lapin Rouge as a “theatrical version of Russian Roulette.” Can you address this comparison? Craig Holzschuh: I would say Russian Roulette is a bit riskier than LBLR! I think that the comparison is made because the actor comes in without having read the script or having seen a previous version of the play, so ... Read More »

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