Josh Languedoc has managed to weave together many stories together in his solo show Rocko and Nakota: Tales from the Land. The play is a bit rocky to begin with, but pulls through a strong series of stories about strength and struggle.
Posts Tagged: Calgary Fringe Festival
Bremner Duthie’s solo show ’33 (a kabarett) is a mix of music, singing and sorrow. It is a show inspired by a song entitled ‘Unsrer Shtetl Brent’ (Our Village is Burning) by Mordecai Gebertig, music that speaks about standing up to oppression. Gebertig was making reference to Hitler’s Germany, as he wrote the song in […]
Lana Schwarz is a breast cancer survivor and she’s at the Calgary Fringe Festival to talk about it. All of it. In her show Lovely Lady Lump, Lana details her experience with cancer and the audience gets up close and personal. The play is funny and heartfelt but could use with a bit of smoothing […]