PlayME Podcast is excited to announce The Show Must Go On, a weekly podcast series featuring seven stage shows, six of which were cancelled or postponed due to the pandemic.
The series will feature:
- Take Da Milk Nah? by Dora Award nominee Jivesh Parasram, (April 22)
- Secret Life Of A Mother by Windham-Campbell Literature Prize winner, Hannah Moscovitch, with Maev Beaty and Ann-Marie Kerr co-created with Marinda De Beer; (May 6)
- The Runner by Dora Award winner, Christopher Morris (May 20)
- Cowgirl Up (World Premiere) by Governor-General Drama Award finalist, Anna Chatterton (June 10, 2020)
- The Three Women of Swatow (World Premiere) by Fusion Film Festival finalist, Chloe Hung (June 24)
- John A: Acts Of A Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion by Governor-General Award finalist, Drew Hayden Taylor (July 1)
Each play will be recorded in three episodes, followed by an in-depth interview with the respective writer.
“We are thrilled to be able to present these plays to audiences as part of CBC Podcasts during this difficult time which has hit the theatre community particularly hard,” said Laura Mullin & Chris Tolley, Co-Artistic Directors of Expect Theatre. “It is our hope that people will take this opportunity to become more familiar with the work of Canadian theatre artists and will see these plays on stage when the theatres open again.”
Posted by: Expect Theatre + CBC's PlayME Podcast
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