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Podcasts of new plays!

Hack by Theatre Sentinel

Welcome to C’est La Vie Theatre

Today we have Hack by Theatre Sentinel.

A dark comedy about phobia.

Enjoy!

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Indefinitely

Today we have Indefinitely by Tabia Lau.  A play about things siblings say to one another in their silences and the distances they try to overcome.

Actors:

Charlie: Michael Ruderman

Claire: Jasper Lim

Stage Manager: Jessica Stilwell

Director: Tabia Lau
Tabia would like to thank her brothers and friends.

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Jump

Dear C’est La Vie Listeners,

Today we have Jump by Natalie Gershtien directed by Liz Truchanowicz.

Actors:
Sam – Bryan Libero
Jerry – Bill Fletcher

A play about two men on opposite ends of the spectrum, Jump follows Sam and Jerry as they teeter on the edge. What unfolds is a relationship that reveals each man’s inner struggle to survive, and their journey to find common ground and solid footing.

Enjoy.

 

PS. We are having difficulty getting our podcast into the iTunes directory. However, you can still subscribe to the podcast within iTunes. To do so follow these instructions:

File -> Subscribe to Podcast-> then type http://www.cestlavietheatre.ca into the ULR box.

If you have any difficulties with this please let us know in the comments section.

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Season 1 Recap: Prisoner’s Dilemma

Hello C’est La Vie Listeners,

We are gearing up for another great season of audio podcasts of plays. In anticipation, we are going to be re-airing all of season 1 to get you in the mood.

So for the next month we will be airing two podcasts a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

We will begin with Prisoner’s Dilemma by Sterling Lynch aka @SterlingLynch, I know today is a Wednesday, but I just can’t wait until tomorrow!

Happy Listening!

Sarah

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Zip & Wick #72 :Endings

Welcome to another C’est La Vie Theatre podcast.  Today we have Zip & Wick #72: Endings : a play about superheroes and the end of the world by Tabia Lau.

You can find it on iTunes here.

Zip & Wick #72: Endings was written by Tabia Lau.

Today’s performance was directed by Sarah Mahoney.

 

Jenna Gogan as Zip

Greg Van de Mark as Wick

Chana Ellman was the project manager.

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Redshift by Ed McNamara

Welcome to another C’est La Vie Theatre podcast.  Today we have Redshift: a play about Love & War by Ed McNamara.

Redshift was written by Ed McNamara.

Today’s performance was directed by Sarah Mahoney.

Megan Stewart as Syriana

Luke Powers as Rufus

Joel Fishbane as Billy

Chana Ellman was the project manager.

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Bestiary by Jim Burke

Welcome to another C’est La Vie Theatre podcast. Today we have Bestiary : a play from the perspective of history’s most famous animals by Jim Burke.

You can also subscribe on to C’est La Vie Theatre on iTunes.

Bestiary was written by Jim Burke.

Today’s performance was directed by Sarah Mahoney.

Danny Morison as the Whale

Scott Humphries as the Monkey

Carolina Alves-Brunei as the Dog

And

Spencer Thompson providing other voices.

Sound recording was done by Conor Wiese-Hansen, and Chana Ellman was the project manager.

Bestiary was first broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on 8 July 2003 with the following cast:

The Whale…Sam Kelly

The Monkey…Mark Chatterton

The Dog…….Carla Henry

Produced by Nadia Molinari

In September 2009, it was presented as a staged reading by Playwrights Workshop Montreal and performed by Paul Van Dyck, Laura Teasdale, and Gord Masten.

In April 2009, it was performed, with added songs, at Theatre 314, Montreal in a Funhouse Theatre production in association with opera/theatre Voxpopuli. Chris Nachaj played the Whale and the Monkey, Lisa Flower played the Dog. Music was composed by Patrick Mathieu.

Its stage premiere was at the Hillsborough Park Arts Festival (UK) in 2005. It was subsequently played at the Buxton Festival Fringe and Hebden Bridge Arts festival in 2006. All three parts were played by Nick Nuttgens.

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