Dispatches from the Victoria Fringe 2018. Day Four.

Reviews of The Birdmann and Egg FINALE, Cornelius and Titania by Pamela Bethel and BLOOD RELATIVE by Ren Lunicke. Day Four had me happily camped out at a relatively new Victoria Fringe venue—Venue 7, St Andrew’s Kirk Hall, entrance at 680 Courtney Street (NOTE: it’s listed incorrectly as 860 Courtney in the schedule found on page 22 of the Fringe guide)—meeting many old Fringe friend in the line-up (one of my favourite aspects of the festival) … [Read more...]

BLOOD RELATIVE at the Victoria Fringe 2018. An interview.

US/Canadian raised and New Zealand-based Ren Lunicke of Zir Productions (and the award-winning comedic story-telling show “Ze”), ruthlessly exposes the ongoing mythology about biological kinship in their new play BLOOD RELATIVE. Photo by Megan Bowers-Vette How long have you been producing work on the Fringe circuit?  As an artist/company? I built my first solo show in 2015 about my travels as an Ameri-nadian through Australia. Although … [Read more...]