My guests today are Anna Torma and David Zsako, two artists who have combined efforts to create a joint/integrated art installation entitled Beasts and Gardens.
We live in a complex, multifaceted world, one in which we are increasingly trying to come to terms with terrible acts of the past that continue to have ongoing consequences in how we deal with each other. Jared Durelle joins me to talk about the situation surrounding the conflict in BC currently unfolding in our attention, about some of the root causes of such a thing, and perspectives that are being underrepresented from a native point of view.
This week, Emma joins me to talk about some of the exciting shows coming up in the wintery season.
This week, Bondo brings us Ride or Die by Moncton-based Klackers from their New Year’s Eve self-titled release.
Bondo brings us eco-malt by sweetgoose64.
What’s it like to play or run a science-fiction game world?
This week, Emma joins me to catch up on the recent and upcoming shows in her Up Close and Personal music series, and we both look the very busy holiday music season.
In this episode, we discuss non-roleplaying games which draw people into RPGs.
My guests this week are Len Falkenstein (UNB Director of Drama), Temi Osunbunmi (actor), Mary Walker (actor) and Julianne Richard (actor), talking about TUNB’s upcoming production: “There’s No Getting Out Of Here Alive!”
My guest today is Sabrina, a young woman living in Fredericton far from her home in Newfoundland. She’s raising money to return home and see her family after the passing of her great grandmother.
My guests today are Robin Whittaker (Artistic Producer at Theatre St Thomas) and Becca (actor). They join me to talk about the upcoming TST performance of an adaptation of a Bertholt Brecht play, entitled “A Life of Galileo”.
This week, Bondo brings us Matt Boudreau, a French rocker from Moncton. From his album Goéland, she chose 800km.
My guests today are Richie Young and Glenn Love.
It’s time to turn our attention to the other group of people who occupy your games: NPCs.
My guest is Cathy Holtmann, Director of the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research and Associate Professor, Sociology Department, UNB. She joins me to talk about the PhotoVoice interfaith dialogue project.
Emma Chevarie (Music Runs Through It) checks in to catch us up on the last month of music, and some of the shows we can look forward to in the next month.
My guest today is Alex Rioux, director and co-creator of Fruit Machine, a physical theatre piece created during a residency with Solo Chicken Production. Fruit Machine is being staged November 1.
Sarah Sarty, Penny Heather and Alison Veino join me to talk about the upcoming art exhibition: SHE: A Contemporary Art Show Inspired by Femininity.
CHSR continues it’s coverage of the UNB V-Reds Hockey home games tonight!
Our friendly neighbourhood Spiderman swings back in to action exclusively on the PlayStation 4 this time. In this strange marvel universe adventure, we see Peter Parker 8 years after he has become Spiderman, trying to balance a job, time with his family and friends all while trying to be Spiderman.
There a whole lot of people in a roleplaying game, but the defining feature of RPGs is that the players get to inhabit some of them. We talk about what it takes to make a character, where inspiration strikes and what approaches we take.
My guests are Emily Blair (weaver) and Emily Kennedy (cellist/composer), two-thirds of the artists behind a new collaborative art project called Warped, presented on October 5 at 7:30pm at the UNB Arts Centre.
The hosts try to figure out how to describe being a player, and how to be a good one.
Jared Durelle joins me to talk about the platforms of the major parties and the substance of the round table/debate between Fredericton South candidates hosted by the UNB Student Union.
Emma Chevarie & Roger Jean join me to reminisce about the recent Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival.