In Conversation with The Darlings

Artist Talk
In Conversation with The Darlings
Free
  • Dates: Feb 28, 2021
  • Location:

Showtimes

Feb
28
Sunday
07:30 pm

As part of our Winter Series we are offering free online programming. This artist talk will be available to view live on our Facebook page, and can be viewed on demand at later dates. Watch the artist talk on demand HERE.

Join The Darlings, aka Continental Breakfast, PM, Rose Butch and Maiden China, and Intrepid Theatre’s Sean Guist for this free online artist talk. This casual conversation is meant to give you a deeper look at the work that The Darlings are creating, their own artistic pursuits, how they create original shows as a collective, and what’s next for these boundary-pushing artists.

We can’t gather in the theatre for a glass of wine or Phillips soda for this chat, but tune in from your own home on Intrepid Theatre’s Facebook for this live artist talk.Tune in to The Darlings Uncensored, available February 23 – 28 as part of Intrepid Theatre’s Winter Series. Register for your free ticket to watch the show here.

About the artists
The Darlings are Continental Breakfast (Chris Reed), PM (Desi Rekrut), Rose Butch (Rae Takei) and Maiden China (Kendell Yan). As an emerging collective, they have mounted five full-length installations and been featured at the Here For Now Volume 2 dance showcase, a PuSh International Performing Arts Festival opening night party, a five-show series for the Transform Cabaret Festival, the 2020 Queer Arts Festival and a series of live-streamed performances created during the pandemic, The Darlings Quarantine I and II.

Accessibility
This event has live-transcribed, real-time captioning (CART) and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation.

Captioning and interpreting services are provided with the support of an Accessibility Project Grant through Disability Alliance BC.

Showtimes

Feb
28
Sunday
07:30 pm

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