Jeremy Price was born and raised in London, Ontario. Upon graduating from the Bealart Vocational Art School he attended the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Film School.In 2008, Price moved to Montreal where he has lived since.
They are unbiased representations of the stagings of the day, of commuting, of living.The images are fleeting moments, snapshots from a life that has a habit of moving too quickly sometimes.
Gerard Harris is a professional storyteller, touring artist, Confabulation & Yarn regular, irregular guest on CBC Wiretap and currently in a Spoken Word residency at the Banff Centre working on 2 new shows. He has been a guest speaker in storytelling workshops at Vanier, Centennial and Atwater Library and will be giving a workshop at Forward House, a mental health charity in NDG, later this year. He will help you with your stories - whatever stage they are at - and give advice and practical help on their creation, writing and performance. Failing that, he can fill up two hours doing a private show for you but that's a 2 drink minimum. No touching.
At the Segal Centre for Performing Arts Studio. Performed by the award-winning New York City docu-theatre troupe the Lost & Found Project, COVERS paints a revealing portrait of an unusual family while exploring the difficult choices made that have defined their pasts and are destined to influence their futures. Told through a collaboration of the performers’ own family stories, the engaging psychological work looks into family bonds, the choices and decisions that form our lives today. Amusing, gripping and moving, COVERS transports us between decades of lost memories and disclosed experiences. Lose yourself, so you can discover who you are.
Persephone Productions presents DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE by Jeffrey Hatcherbased on the novella by Robert Louis Stevenson
at Mainline Theatre (3997 Boulevard Saint Laurent)
Box Office: 514-849-3378
Tuesday through Saturday 2-6PM
The iconic story by novelist, Robert Louis Stevenson about the duality of man, gets a fresh face in this recent adaptation. Beautifully haunting, stylized, and passionate, this version pulls no punches as Jekyll fights for control of his future, while his sinister second half, Mr. Hyde becomes stronger and stronger. What happens when the beast doesn't need permission to come out to play? A distinct and shocking adaptation, featuring and ensemble cast taking turns portraying the enigmatic Mr. Hyde.
The Wiggle Room is Montreal’s new home for burlesque, comedy, live music, Improv, performance workshops and of course, cocktails! Stay tuned for event information, casting calls and all the exciting news. And remember, “A Little Wiggle Goes a Long Way!”
Vikki Walker has been making candles for nearly 20 years. Candles are made partially from re-cycled wax. They are beautiful, long-burning , inexpensive and eco-friendly. She is often inspired by Nature to reproduce a theme through the use of colour and scent. Some of her favourite themes are gemstones, and the seasons. You can check out some of her creations at www.facebook.com/CandlesCraftsMaker.