The constant movement through time, space, and genre kept the hour-and-a-half performance engaging and entertaining until the last performer recited their carefully practiced words.
The text was written by UNB’s former Artist-in-Residence, Colleen Murphy, and was first staged in 2013, and explores the friendship of Michael and Halley as they are brought together by their shared surname, Armstrong. These encounters between Michael and Halley, though, go beyond their surname — they are more similar than different, despite all factors.
Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille: Opening Night of The Silver Wave Film Festival
Laying a poppy on a grave during Remembrance day leads to murder conspiracies and thoughtful exploration of generational trauma in Jackie Torrens’ Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille.
Wabanaki Modern, both the exhibit at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the book, are breathtaking examples of the wonderful art our indigenous communities can produce. The exhibit and book showcase a wide variety of mediums including tapestries, enamel cups, and prints.
From grief and sadness to hope and comedy, Mark Jarman’s new collection of travel stories, Touch Anywhere to Begin, covers more than just physical ground.