The Story of a Sinking Man

The Story of a Sinking Man (listen on Bandcamp!) by Morris Panych Produced by Kick At The Dark Theatre Co-operative ( Featuring Andrew Chandler Directed, Recorded and Edited by Dorian Lang Original stage management by Olivia Rankin Image design by Colleen MacIsaac PWYC (suggested $10).   Nash’s life hasn’t amounted to much. Or so he discovers,Continue reading “The Story of a Sinking Man”


Alien By Annie Valentina Originally featured in the 2013 Atlantic Fringe Festival in the eMotion Picture Gallery.  Alien is a bittersweet love letter to a culturally fractured upbringing. Join playwright Annie “Anichka” Valentina as she sifts through memories, immigration policies, and slippery versions of self in an effort to find the elusive definition of “home,”Continue reading “Alien”

Counting to a Hundred

Counting to a Hundred By Michael Lake Originally featured in the 2019 Halifax Fringe Festival in the Neptune Windsor Studio (Michael lost 2 performances to Hurricane Dorian). Counting to a Hundred is a story told in 100 small parts. Part queer history, part personal story, part celebration. Join the room to experience what emerges whenContinue reading “Counting to a Hundred”

How Often Do I Dream…

How Often Do I Dream… By Kathleen (Katie) Dorian Originally featured in the 2014 Atlantic Fringe Festival, in Plan B (now a scooter and power chair shop). “What happens when our memory fails us? Who do we become when our histories disappear? How Often Do I Dream… navigated those ideas through a multi-sensory performance experience,Continue reading “How Often Do I Dream…”

Roller Derby Saved My Soul

Written and performed by Nancy Kenny Directed and dramaturged for the stage by Tania Levy Original sound design by Steven Lafond Sound design and mixing for the audio play by Wes Babcock Throughout this one-woman action-adventure comedy on wheels, Amy, a shy, queer, 30 year old, comic book geek navigates the tough competitive world ofContinue reading “Roller Derby Saved My Soul”

Stories and Tales with Bud Hunter

Stories and Tales with Bud Hunter  By Bud Hunter Bud Hunter tells stories and reads from his first Fringe show.  Podcast recording on Bandcamp! All podcast shows launch on September 4th. Bandcamp waives their revenue on September 4 to help support artists during COVID-19. We encourage you to check out these celebrations of Fringe FestivalsContinue reading “Stories and Tales with Bud Hunter”

The Road to Connamara: songs and stories in the old style

The Road to Connamara: songs and stories in the old style By Dusty Keleher Originally featured in the 2018 Halifax Fringe Festival, in Plan B (now a scooter and power chair shop). A table, a chair, a drink, a guitar on a stand. The storyteller sings songs in the old style, or sean nós, aContinue reading “The Road to Connamara: songs and stories in the old style”

The Space Between

The Space Between By Simeon Taole Originally featured in the 2016 Atlantic Fringe Festival, in Menz Bar. The Space Between has been published, nominated for and won several awards, toured within Canada, and staged Off Broadway in New York City. It is a coming of age meditation on young love through a historical and cross-culturalContinue reading “The Space Between”

Touched By Too Many Angels

Touched By Too Many Angels By Adam Myatt Originally featured in the 2017 Halifax Fringe Festival, in Kazan Theatre’s The Waiting Room (now torn down). The closest thing Adam Myatt ever had to a religious experience was listening to “Drops of Jupiter” on his crackly car stereo. Now he’s dead, and he’s not sure howContinue reading “Touched By Too Many Angels”

Walking While Black in Moscow

Walking While Black in Moscow By Les Kurkendaal Originally featured in the 2019 Halifax Fringe Festival, in Neptune Imperial Studio (Les lost 2 performances to Hurricane Dorian). Les has taken a trip to Russia. He doesn’t read or speak the language. Plus he is Black. And when he gets to Russia he comes in contactContinue reading “Walking While Black in Moscow”