My guest today is Michelle Raine (an artist and gender consultant and self-described “creative junkie”) who is hosting a series of workshops over the March break entitled “Authentic Theatre Creation for Queer Youth and Allies”.
My guests today are Cat Leblanc and Colin Fowlie, on the occasion of Cat’s new album, Blue To Blue.
My guests today are Travis Flynn, Kayla-Renee Ossachuk and Brennan Garnett, three members of the cast and crew of the upcoming Theatre UNB production of Neil LaBute’s play, Some Girl(s).
My guests today are Emma Allen (UNB history undergrad) and Sula Levesque (UNB Human Rights Officer) who worked on UNB’s Black History Month Poster Project.
Fiona Steele and Lizzie Polk talk to people who do non-gender conforming work to find out how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go when it comes to sexual equality.
My guests today are Lucas (Sweeney) and Raine (Mrs. Lovett), two young actors with the STU Musical Theatre company featuring in the upcoming production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
From the clubhouse to Whitehouse, cheating is permeating every aspect of culture. What’s the cost of a win-at-any-cost approach to public and private life? Matthew Daigle and Garrett Moore explore.
This week, Emma reflects on some of her favourite shows from Shivering Songs, and the impact that local musicians are having across the Maritimes and all the way to New Orleans.
For January, Julie Comeau and Mark spoke to Raymond Housteau, who lived a very healthy life, but nonetheless died of a heart attack for between five and eight minutes.
CHSR’s own Jared Durelle reflects on the New Brunswick State of the Province presentation for the end of 2019.
My guest today is Raluca Bejan, photographer, documentary filmmaker and academic behind TRACE: Tracing the Space of the Refugee Crisis visiting the UNB Art Centre starting on January 17.
This week, Emma discusses upcoming tribute shows, the excitement of looking forward to Shivering Songs and the other Frostival events, and music events coming in the next few weeks.
For December, Julie Comeau and Mark spoke to Karen Richardson, a woman from Texas who was diagnosed with a rare skin condition called Jessners Benign, which is brought on because of her fight against Lupus.
My guest today is Matt Carter, one of this city’s hard-working cheerleaders. He joins me to talk about TNB’s upcoming production of “It’s A Wonderful Life”, as well as discuss his recent positive experience with the Art Kitchen.
For November, Julie Comeau spoke to Lisa Richard, a singer-songwriter whose song “Uniforms” is her tribute to the people who helped her through a terrible accident.
For October, Julie Comeau spoke to Real Life Survivor Louis Stravato.
My guest today is Mike Bravener, a local troubadour who has turned an opportunity to portray a historical character at King’s Landing as the inspiration to record an album of New Brunswick folk songs.
My guests today are John Ball (instructor, director), Danika Bridgeman (actor, costuming) and Patrick Heffernan (actor), all from Theatre UNB’s upcoming production, Moments In Time.
My guest today is Leah Grandy, a Library Assistant in the Harriet Irving Library at UNB, where she has been working on an ongoing project to bring Loyalist stories to light.
My guests today are Peter Hicks and John Heinstein, two of the members of Sleepy Driver and also two members of the new musical project My Black Ram.
My guest today is Tea Fazio, one of the executive organizers of the upcoming GIRLS STEM UP: Discovery conference.
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, the curator (and participant) in a new Contemporary Music Festival hosted at UNB.
My guest today is Glendon McKinney, a local film-maker who has long been fascinated and inspired by choices of colours in movies.
My guests today are Peter Evenchuck and Helene Lacelle, two filmmakers from nearby Chipman with a history of filming just about everything and then making partially-fiction narrative documentaries afterward.
My guests today are two, 3rd-year students in UNB’s Nursing program, Tristan and Tanisha, who are also part of the practical experience placement with a discussion group for UNB and STU students called It’s Not About Food.