Paul braves the blanket fort and Fawnda‘s head cold for a rousing conversation about BEARS, Pyretic Productions‘ latest theatrical work which featured so much dance, we couldn’t resist covering it. Also: The line-up for the Expanse Movement Arts Festival has been released, and we’re pretty darn excited about it.
We did it! Four days at Expanse and still kicking (even daylight savings time could not thwart us). In our final festival episode we recap what we saw throughout Expanse, what we thought of it, and provide some final beer-laden conjecture on what it all means for #yeg’s dance scene. Thanks for listening, festival folk!
We’re back for the final evening of Expanse, where Paul and Fawnda talk to a bevy of audience members about what they saw at the festival (stay tuned for stories of psychotic bedroom dancing–thanks Alison Kause!). We also attempt another Side Door Show play-by-play of Kyle Tennant’s performance piece titled Paint.
Also, please be aware that there are swears in this episode. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Paul and Fawnda give a PGA play-by-play of the Arts Barns lobby antics from the Side Door Project and The Traveler (Tony Olivares), and then pull in choreographer Deanna Peters to talk about her featured work: New Raw.
Also, there’s some explicit language in this episode. So, listener discretion is up to your discretion. You’ve been advised. Thanks for listening!
When Paul flees to Toronto, special guest-host Jen Mesch joins Fawnda in the blanket fort to chat about the Good Women Dance Collective’s Convergence showcase.