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CiTR -- Arts Report

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The Arts Report brings you the latest in Vancouver's arts and culture scene! The show features interviews, show reviews and discussion on the City's best local plays, performances, gallery exhibits, films and everything in between. Catch our live, volunteer-run show Wednesdays from 5-6pm on CiTR 101.9FM or stream live at citr.ca.

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2+2

Today's show had 2 reviews and 2 interviews! (and some shout-outs) We started off with the first interview for the new podcast "Art Heals". Serra talked with musician and composer Elaine Jo who is hosting and interviewing different artists for Art Heals. After this interview we had Olivia's review of a short film called "Old Dog". This review was followed by the second interview of the day that Niko did with Paul Pearson about Lunatic Engine. The last portion of today's show was Serra's review and the shout-outs. The review was of Mary-Louise Albert: Solo Dances/Past into Present that is part of The Dance Centre's Global Dance Series. You can stream the dance show from December 3rd until the 17th, tickets are only 10 dollars! Our shout-outs to the Whistler Film Festival, they have over 89 films and it's all online! WFF will be held through the whole month of December! Second shout-out to Wajd-Songs of Separation. You can stream this film until December 9th and join their live Q&A on December 5th at 11 am. Our last shout-out goes to Studio 58's audio play showcase! Listen to short audio plays on Studio 58's website until December 11th!Time Stamps: Interview with Elaine Jo 7:56Review of Old Dog 21:55Interview with Paul Pearson 27:00Review of Mary-Louise Albert: Solo Dances 45:05Shout-outs 55:27

60 min2 d ago
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2+2

So Much to Check Out

We started with some shout-outs; shout out to Why Art? Why Now?, the VIDF Open Call for Submissions (apply until November 22nd!) and The Third Annual Podcast Festival (festival passes are 25 dollars!). Right after the shout-outs Serra did her review of The Red Priest (Eight Ways to Say Goodbye) that is being put on by United Players of Vancouver at Jericho Arts Center until December 6th! After a quick break we were back with Serra's review of LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan that is produced by Mitch and Murray Productions at Studio 16 until the 22nd of November! After Serra, Silvana reviewed Ridge which you can watch on the Chan Centre's website! To finish off, we had Serra's interview with Chelsea Goodman about her fantasy video gamed themes pilot "Epic Quest" which you can watch on the Fantasy Network's website for free.Time Stamps: Shout-outs 1:00Review of The Red Priest (Eight Ways to Say Goodbye) 6:50Review of LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan 21:42Review of Ridge 30:00Interview with Chelsea Goodman 42:50

65 min1 w ago
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So Much to Check Out

Interview Sandwich

This show was an interview sandwich! We started and finished off with an interview. First off was Serra's interview with Shelby Wyminga and Kerri Norris about the audio play Little Women which is an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's book, it's produced by Far From The Tree Productions which is actually the production company of Shelby and her sister Joelle! Its debut is on November 14, 2020 and the ew episodes are every Saturday until December 19, 2020. You can listen on all podcasting platforms! In the middle of our sandwich was two reviews! Our new correspondant Olivia did her review of the short film Come To Your Senses and Eva reviewed Dee Daniles' performance at The Shadbolt. We finished off our show with Serra's interview with Michael Scholar Jr. who is the director of LUNGS, produced by Mitch and Murray Productions. You can catch LUNGS between November 13th and 22nd 2020.Time Stamps: Interview with Shelby Wyminga and Kerri Norris 2.35Review of Come To Your Senses 21.00Review of Dee Daniels 28.32Interview with Michael Scholar Jr. 41.48

61 min2 w ago
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Interview Sandwich

So Many Reviews!

We started off today's show with an interview Serra did with Megan Majewski about her upcoming exhibition "Fire Followers" at the UBC Beaty Biodiversity museum and her artist participation in the Annual Eastside Culture Crawl. After this interview, we had a bunch of reviews! First up was Eva's review of Heart of the City Festival, she even gave some of her picks of upcoming events in the festival you can check out! Right after was Serra's review of Studio 58's Risky Nights-Fort, specifically the two rooms The Shame Spiral and Political Party. We continued our show with Niko's review of Vancouver Opera's La Voix Humaine. Finally, we finished off with a review that Serra did of The Arts Club Theatre Company's Buffoon. Time Stamps:Interview with Megan Majewski 2.40Review of Heart of the City Festival 16.20Review of Studio 58 Risky Nights 29.40Review of La Voix Humaine 42.15Review of Buffoon 52.50

60 min3 w ago
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So Many Reviews!

Interviews? We got 'em

This week's show featured 2 interviews! We started with Niko's interview with Sarah Klassen. After a quick ad and psa break, our new correspondent Eva had her interview with Black Pontiac! Their new single "Soda Pop Rock" is out and you can listen to it on spotify and apple music. We finished our show with Serra's quick review of Farouche which was part of the Vancouver International Dance Festival. Links for Black Pontiac!https://open.spotify.com/track/5xk44WyUBBj1rMZvXBTGxo?si=gawPKa1FRumFX85D38-eTw https://music.apple.com/ca/album/soda-pop-rock-single/1532103471

62 minOCT 29
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Interviews? We got 'em

Let's Slow it Down a Bit

Today's show is a little calmer, a little slower. Life has been hectic so we thought we could slow it down for this week a bit. We started off Serra's interview with Donna Giraud about her new art show "Together is Always Better". We took a quick ad and psa break and continued with Niko's review of "Suitcase Stories" (going on until the 25th!) and Serra gave some information about the Museum of Vancouver's discounted rates until the end of 2020. After our second quick ad and psa break, Silvana did her review of The Polygon Gallery's "The Third Realm". Serra finished the show by letting everyone know that WIFTV submissions are open until November 20th and talked about the Vancouver Art Gallery's media preview that she attended which was about their current exhibition of Victor Vasarely.

60 minOCT 22
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Let's Slow it Down a Bit

We Like What We See

We started off this week's show with an interview that Niko did with Paul Armstrong who is the executive director of Crazy8s. After that, we had two very positive reviews. First one being Serra's review on Studio 58's "The Doll's House Project". Serra actually interviewed one of the actors in this production, Sierra Haynes, so make sure to check out last week's episode for that! After Serra, Silvana did her review on "Brother, I Cry" which was part of VIFF. Fun fact, Serra also did an interview with Jessie Anthony who is the writer, producer and director of Brother, I Cry. If you want to listen to that interview, it's on the episode of September 30th! We finished off the show with some shout-outs to the Discover Dance Series, to VIDF Livestreams and lastly to VSFF Call for submissions. Submit your short film until the 16th!

61 minOCT 15
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We Like What We See

Reviews on Reviews

This week's episode was filled with reviews! We started off the show with an interview with Sierra Haynes about The Doll's House Project that's being put on by Studio 58. Register online for free and get the viewing link on October 10th! After the interview, our new correspondents Niko and Phoebe did their review of Emerge: Studio Visit with Tania Willard that was done over zoom. Right after our new correspondents, our returning correspondent Silvana reviewed the documentary "My Name is Pedro". During the last 20 minutes of the show, Serra had her reviews of Fakeknot-HINKYPUNK that was part of VIDF and also The Arts Club Theatre Company's "No Child..."

61 minOCT 8
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Reviews on Reviews

Welcome Back!

Welcome back everyone! We had a great summer break but now it's time to report on some local art. We kicked off today's episode with an interview with Jessie Anthony who is the writer, director and producer of the movie "Brother, I Cry" which you can catch on VIFF until October 7th. After this incredible interview, Serra reviewed Kokoro Dance's "Reading the Bones" which was livestreamed as part of VIDF. The rest of today's show was filled with shout-outs. We mentioned the festivals VIDF, Vancouver Improv Festical and VIFF. We also talked about Crazy8s for which submissions are now open! Last but not least, we finished off today's show by letting you know that "This Beautiful Day" by Kristin McIver returned to Squamish as part of the Vancouver Biennale and also that the Polygon Gallery has tours for "Third Realm" every Saturday!

57 minOCT 1
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Welcome Back!

Theatre, Dance, Art

We started today's episode with an amazing interview with the lovely Sloan Thompson. She is the director of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. and she gave us a sneak peak into this modern play that is opening tomorrow night at the Frederick Wood Theatre. We will also be doing a ticket giveaway for this show so keep an eye out for that! We followed that with another great interview with one of the cast members, Samantha Symington, of Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women. This award-winning work stars seven local transgender powerhouses, and is compiled from interviews with more than 70 transgender women in six different countries. We also had Sophie Mueler's debut as one of our new reporters with a review of The Grunt Gallery. This was a packed show, but I promise it is worth a listen. To end the show we had two reviews of two very different performances. First The Wedding Party, a comedy being put on by the Arts Club, and then Ballet BC's Romeo and Juliet.

60 minMAR 12
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Theatre, Dance, Art

Latest Episodes

2+2

Today's show had 2 reviews and 2 interviews! (and some shout-outs) We started off with the first interview for the new podcast "Art Heals". Serra talked with musician and composer Elaine Jo who is hosting and interviewing different artists for Art Heals. After this interview we had Olivia's review of a short film called "Old Dog". This review was followed by the second interview of the day that Niko did with Paul Pearson about Lunatic Engine. The last portion of today's show was Serra's review and the shout-outs. The review was of Mary-Louise Albert: Solo Dances/Past into Present that is part of The Dance Centre's Global Dance Series. You can stream the dance show from December 3rd until the 17th, tickets are only 10 dollars! Our shout-outs to the Whistler Film Festival, they have over 89 films and it's all online! WFF will be held through the whole month of December! Second shout-out to Wajd-Songs of Separation. You can stream this film until December 9th and join their live Q&A on December 5th at 11 am. Our last shout-out goes to Studio 58's audio play showcase! Listen to short audio plays on Studio 58's website until December 11th!Time Stamps: Interview with Elaine Jo 7:56Review of Old Dog 21:55Interview with Paul Pearson 27:00Review of Mary-Louise Albert: Solo Dances 45:05Shout-outs 55:27

60 min2 d ago
Comments
2+2

So Much to Check Out

We started with some shout-outs; shout out to Why Art? Why Now?, the VIDF Open Call for Submissions (apply until November 22nd!) and The Third Annual Podcast Festival (festival passes are 25 dollars!). Right after the shout-outs Serra did her review of The Red Priest (Eight Ways to Say Goodbye) that is being put on by United Players of Vancouver at Jericho Arts Center until December 6th! After a quick break we were back with Serra's review of LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan that is produced by Mitch and Murray Productions at Studio 16 until the 22nd of November! After Serra, Silvana reviewed Ridge which you can watch on the Chan Centre's website! To finish off, we had Serra's interview with Chelsea Goodman about her fantasy video gamed themes pilot "Epic Quest" which you can watch on the Fantasy Network's website for free.Time Stamps: Shout-outs 1:00Review of The Red Priest (Eight Ways to Say Goodbye) 6:50Review of LUNGS by Duncan Macmillan 21:42Review of Ridge 30:00Interview with Chelsea Goodman 42:50

65 min1 w ago
Comments
So Much to Check Out

Interview Sandwich

This show was an interview sandwich! We started and finished off with an interview. First off was Serra's interview with Shelby Wyminga and Kerri Norris about the audio play Little Women which is an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's book, it's produced by Far From The Tree Productions which is actually the production company of Shelby and her sister Joelle! Its debut is on November 14, 2020 and the ew episodes are every Saturday until December 19, 2020. You can listen on all podcasting platforms! In the middle of our sandwich was two reviews! Our new correspondant Olivia did her review of the short film Come To Your Senses and Eva reviewed Dee Daniles' performance at The Shadbolt. We finished off our show with Serra's interview with Michael Scholar Jr. who is the director of LUNGS, produced by Mitch and Murray Productions. You can catch LUNGS between November 13th and 22nd 2020.Time Stamps: Interview with Shelby Wyminga and Kerri Norris 2.35Review of Come To Your Senses 21.00Review of Dee Daniels 28.32Interview with Michael Scholar Jr. 41.48

61 min2 w ago
Comments
Interview Sandwich

So Many Reviews!

We started off today's show with an interview Serra did with Megan Majewski about her upcoming exhibition "Fire Followers" at the UBC Beaty Biodiversity museum and her artist participation in the Annual Eastside Culture Crawl. After this interview, we had a bunch of reviews! First up was Eva's review of Heart of the City Festival, she even gave some of her picks of upcoming events in the festival you can check out! Right after was Serra's review of Studio 58's Risky Nights-Fort, specifically the two rooms The Shame Spiral and Political Party. We continued our show with Niko's review of Vancouver Opera's La Voix Humaine. Finally, we finished off with a review that Serra did of The Arts Club Theatre Company's Buffoon. Time Stamps:Interview with Megan Majewski 2.40Review of Heart of the City Festival 16.20Review of Studio 58 Risky Nights 29.40Review of La Voix Humaine 42.15Review of Buffoon 52.50

60 min3 w ago
Comments
So Many Reviews!

Interviews? We got 'em

This week's show featured 2 interviews! We started with Niko's interview with Sarah Klassen. After a quick ad and psa break, our new correspondent Eva had her interview with Black Pontiac! Their new single "Soda Pop Rock" is out and you can listen to it on spotify and apple music. We finished our show with Serra's quick review of Farouche which was part of the Vancouver International Dance Festival. Links for Black Pontiac!https://open.spotify.com/track/5xk44WyUBBj1rMZvXBTGxo?si=gawPKa1FRumFX85D38-eTw https://music.apple.com/ca/album/soda-pop-rock-single/1532103471

62 minOCT 29
Comments
Interviews? We got 'em

Let's Slow it Down a Bit

Today's show is a little calmer, a little slower. Life has been hectic so we thought we could slow it down for this week a bit. We started off Serra's interview with Donna Giraud about her new art show "Together is Always Better". We took a quick ad and psa break and continued with Niko's review of "Suitcase Stories" (going on until the 25th!) and Serra gave some information about the Museum of Vancouver's discounted rates until the end of 2020. After our second quick ad and psa break, Silvana did her review of The Polygon Gallery's "The Third Realm". Serra finished the show by letting everyone know that WIFTV submissions are open until November 20th and talked about the Vancouver Art Gallery's media preview that she attended which was about their current exhibition of Victor Vasarely.

60 minOCT 22
Comments
Let's Slow it Down a Bit

We Like What We See

We started off this week's show with an interview that Niko did with Paul Armstrong who is the executive director of Crazy8s. After that, we had two very positive reviews. First one being Serra's review on Studio 58's "The Doll's House Project". Serra actually interviewed one of the actors in this production, Sierra Haynes, so make sure to check out last week's episode for that! After Serra, Silvana did her review on "Brother, I Cry" which was part of VIFF. Fun fact, Serra also did an interview with Jessie Anthony who is the writer, producer and director of Brother, I Cry. If you want to listen to that interview, it's on the episode of September 30th! We finished off the show with some shout-outs to the Discover Dance Series, to VIDF Livestreams and lastly to VSFF Call for submissions. Submit your short film until the 16th!

61 minOCT 15
Comments
We Like What We See

Reviews on Reviews

This week's episode was filled with reviews! We started off the show with an interview with Sierra Haynes about The Doll's House Project that's being put on by Studio 58. Register online for free and get the viewing link on October 10th! After the interview, our new correspondents Niko and Phoebe did their review of Emerge: Studio Visit with Tania Willard that was done over zoom. Right after our new correspondents, our returning correspondent Silvana reviewed the documentary "My Name is Pedro". During the last 20 minutes of the show, Serra had her reviews of Fakeknot-HINKYPUNK that was part of VIDF and also The Arts Club Theatre Company's "No Child..."

61 minOCT 8
Comments
Reviews on Reviews

Welcome Back!

Welcome back everyone! We had a great summer break but now it's time to report on some local art. We kicked off today's episode with an interview with Jessie Anthony who is the writer, director and producer of the movie "Brother, I Cry" which you can catch on VIFF until October 7th. After this incredible interview, Serra reviewed Kokoro Dance's "Reading the Bones" which was livestreamed as part of VIDF. The rest of today's show was filled with shout-outs. We mentioned the festivals VIDF, Vancouver Improv Festical and VIFF. We also talked about Crazy8s for which submissions are now open! Last but not least, we finished off today's show by letting you know that "This Beautiful Day" by Kristin McIver returned to Squamish as part of the Vancouver Biennale and also that the Polygon Gallery has tours for "Third Realm" every Saturday!

57 minOCT 1
Comments
Welcome Back!

Theatre, Dance, Art

We started today's episode with an amazing interview with the lovely Sloan Thompson. She is the director of Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. and she gave us a sneak peak into this modern play that is opening tomorrow night at the Frederick Wood Theatre. We will also be doing a ticket giveaway for this show so keep an eye out for that! We followed that with another great interview with one of the cast members, Samantha Symington, of Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women. This award-winning work stars seven local transgender powerhouses, and is compiled from interviews with more than 70 transgender women in six different countries. We also had Sophie Mueler's debut as one of our new reporters with a review of The Grunt Gallery. This was a packed show, but I promise it is worth a listen. To end the show we had two reviews of two very different performances. First The Wedding Party, a comedy being put on by the Arts Club, and then Ballet BC's Romeo and Juliet.

60 minMAR 12
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Theatre, Dance, Art
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