Ideas Bobert at UNO Fest 2018. Interview with Candice Roberts.

Ideas Bobert at UNO Fest 2018. Interview with Candice Roberts. Did you miss Ideas Bobert at the 2016 Victoria Fringe Festival? If so, here's your chance to see the show--it's coming to UNO Fest Sunday May 13th as part of the new Family Fest series, presented in partnership with Kaleidoscope Theatre for Young People.  I did see the show in 2016 and even if you don't have kids, I'd encourage you to borrow some, or even attend on your … [Read more...]

Ferdinand the Magnificent. Victoria Fringe 2017. An interview with Nick Trotter.

Ferdinand the Magnificent. Victoria Fringe 2017. An interview with Nick Trotter. A kid-friendly show that will appeal to people who appreciate absurdity and weirdness. Nick Trotter brings Ferdinand the Magnificent to Victoria. How long have you been producing work on the Fringe circuit?  As an artist/company? Ferdinand played at the Boulder Fringe last year; Victoria is his first foray into Canada. Is this your first visit to … [Read more...]

Ideas Bobert at the Victoria Fringe Festival 2016. Interview with Candice Roberts.

Ideas Bobert at the Victoria Fringe Festival 2016. Interview with Candice Roberts. How long have you been producing work on the Fringe circuit?  As an artist/company? After 10 years plus of community arts programming, professional inter-arts ensemble work with the Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret, and band leading and playing with the Myrtle Family Band in Vancouver I am stepping up and out with a one woman show.  I am being produced by Ragmop … [Read more...]

Bella Culpa at the Victoria Fringe Festival 2016. Interview with Amica Hunter.

Bella Culpa at the Victoria Fringe 2016. Interview with Amica Hunter. Also at the Vancouver Fringe September 8-18, 2016. photo: Anthony Arnista How long have you been producing work on the Fringe circuit?  As an artist/company? David (Cantor) and I have been creating work as the company A Little Bit Off since 2013, and have be doing Fringe Festivals with our work since 2014. Our first summer tour was spend in Europe doing street theater, … [Read more...]

In the Blue of Evening at Uno Fest 2016. A review.

In the Blue of the Evening at Uno Fest 2016. A review. The blue hour (that dusky time twixt day and night) has long been associated with romance and longing.  It’s a favourite time for photographers when landscapes take on an aura of mystery—a period the French call “entre chien et loup”, between dog and wolf, since it’s hard to distinguish the two in this shadowy light. In dementia, the blue hour leads to sundowning, a symptom in which … [Read more...]