Category Archives: Performance

Em Glasspool in Wreck Wee Em, photo by Andy Carroll

Wreck Wee Em

I met up with writer / performer Em Glasspool and director Linda Kash at Black Honey to talk about Glasspool’s first one person, auto-biographical play, Wreck Wee Em. Amidst the din of midday conversations and clinking of plates, they shared

Em Glasspool in Wreck Wee Em, photo by Andy Carroll

Wreck Wee Em

I met up with writer / performer Em Glasspool and director Linda Kash at Black Honey to talk about Glasspool’s first one person, auto-biographical play, Wreck Wee Em. Amidst the din of midday conversations and clinking of plates, they shared

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

A Guide to the Theatres of Peterborough: an embarrassment of riches

If you entertain any doubt that theatre is a force to be reckoned with in Peterborough, I’m here to set you straight. It wasn’t hard to come up with a whopping 35 diverse theatre and performance production organizations in our

A Guide to the Theatres of Peterborough: an embarrassment of riches

If you entertain any doubt that theatre is a force to be reckoned with in Peterborough, I’m here to set you straight. It wasn’t hard to come up with a whopping 35 diverse theatre and performance production organizations in our

And Then She Ate Me, Ringo'Rosie Theatre

And Then She Ate Me: Working from Home

Performer Lilian Ross-Millard reflects on Ring o’ Rosie’s creative process, and the experience of developing “And Then She Ate Me” while living in the house it will be performed in. And Then She Ate Me, Ring o’ Rosie Theatre, March

And Then She Ate Me, Ringo'Rosie Theatre

And Then She Ate Me: Working from Home

Performer Lilian Ross-Millard reflects on Ring o’ Rosie’s creative process, and the experience of developing “And Then She Ate Me” while living in the house it will be performed in. And Then She Ate Me, Ring o’ Rosie Theatre, March

Light Hunters' Promenade (Photo Andy Carroll)

Winter Solstice

Whatever path you choose to roam, the winter solstice is a crucible, a pivot for past and future. We are, after all, birds and bears, fattening up and digging in against the winter storms. It took me many moons to

Light Hunters' Promenade (Photo Andy Carroll)

Winter Solstice

Whatever path you choose to roam, the winter solstice is a crucible, a pivot for past and future. We are, after all, birds and bears, fattening up and digging in against the winter storms. It took me many moons to

Laurel Paluck

Laurel Paluck

Spending an afternoon with Laurel Paluck is like running away to join the circus. She’s Glinda the Good Witch, with a dash of Lili Marlene, a Pied Piper in a top hat often encountered with a merry band of festooned,

Laurel Paluck

Laurel Paluck

Spending an afternoon with Laurel Paluck is like running away to join the circus. She’s Glinda the Good Witch, with a dash of Lili Marlene, a Pied Piper in a top hat often encountered with a merry band of festooned,

Kate Story with Ryan Kerr from damned be this migration. Photo courtesy TTOK

Kate Story

One of the things I look forward to each year is anything by the gifted writer and performer Kate Story. Peterborough would hardly be Peterborough without her; she does this thing that no one else can do. One minute I’m

Kate Story with Ryan Kerr from damned be this migration. Photo courtesy TTOK

Kate Story

One of the things I look forward to each year is anything by the gifted writer and performer Kate Story. Peterborough would hardly be Peterborough without her; she does this thing that no one else can do. One minute I’m