My guests today are Len Falkenstein, Camryn Caudet and Shelby Gilley, to talk about TheatreUNB’s upcoming production of “Paradise Lost”.
The Lunchbox Interview: Aly Howard (Veterinary Technician) fundraising for an upcoming spay & neuter trip to Ecuador.
Today I’m joined by Len Falkenstein (UNB Director of Drama; director), Ell Gignac (actor: Will) and Liam Johnson (actor: Bob) to chat about Theatre UNB’s final production for the 2022 calendar year, Tina Howe’s Museum.
My guests are Kelsey Rusk and Justine Henry of CIRA to talk about the upcoming Annual Aging Care & Research Symposium.
My guests today are Ian Murphy (“Uncle Vanya”) and Jilly Hanson (“Sonya”), two of the actors for the upcoming production (and triumphant return!) of Next Folding Theatre Company, a modern adaptation by Conor McPherson of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.
My guest is CJ Norris, who performed the solo dragsical Flyin’ Solo.
My guest is Gerry Yaum, a lifelong photographer whose upcoming exhibit portrays daily life in the slums of Thailand.
My guests are Armin Panjwani, Alex McAllister and Jason McIntyre for TheatreUNB’s production of Lawrence & Holloman.
A chat with Corinski & Lee about the Herbert the Cow Productions presentation of Dr Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog.
A chat today with Nadia Francavilla about this weekend’s Contemporary Music Festival: Humans and Machines.
I chat with Chris Fougere, one of the organizers of Enbicon, the ultimate local gaming convention, returning September 23, 24, 25.
My guest today is Corinski Nowlan, to talk about Herbert the Cow Productions presentation of “ICE AGE COMING!” coming up September 8, 9, 10.
My guests are Ysabelle Vautour & Jessica Kenney, a pair of artists creating sculptures, paintings and butterflies, as well as supporting access for disability representation in the arts.
Jason McIntyre of the Charlotte Streets Arts Centre joins me to talk about some of the events coming up in September and October.
My guest is Connie Wheaton, a full-time artist working during a residency at capturing and interpreting local landmarks in acrylic and watercolour paintings.
My guest is Damien Worth, a multi-disciplinary artist working on an upcoming interactive exhibit about Fredericton.
My guest is Karen LeBlanc, a weaver experimenting with techniques of shaping through rigid inserts.
My guest today is Bailey Hanson, a visual artist specializing in portraiture, and another of the artists-in-residence supported by the Fredericton Arts Alliance.
My guests today include Gillian Salmon (Playwright: “Historical Walking Tour/Where We Go One, We Go All”), Brandon Hicks (Playwright: “Keeping Tabs”) and Emily Darling (Director: “#MomLife”; Actor: “Chicken Man”).
A discussion of theatre from writer/director/actors Julianne Richard (Playwright & Director) and Alex Rioux (Director & Plain Site Theatre Festival organizer), about this year’s Notable Acts Theatre Festival.
A chat with Jena McLean (playwright), Lara Lewis( (actor) and Megan Murphy (actor) about the new production “A Canyon Contained” at the Notable Acts Theatre Festival.
My guest today is abstract painter Katrina Slade. whose virtual residency with the Fredericton Arts Alliance happened earlier this summer.
My guest today is photographer Ramneet Kalra, one of the artists involved in the artist-in-residency program of the Fredericton Arts Alliance for this summer.
My guest today is Emily R. Dow, another artist-in-residence as part of this summer’s Fredericton Arts Alliance program.
A chat with Tilly Jackson, Sydney Hallett and Alex Pannier about Bard In the Barracks presents: As You Like It.