The Arts Report – March 20th – VIDF, Blood Relations, Amber Dawn review


Tonight on the Arts Report at 5pm, it’s lit, dance and theatre.

Books Books Books! Maegan talks about How Poetry Saved My Life, the new collection from Amber Dawn (author of SubRosa). How Poetry Saved My Life launches April 12 at Pat’s Pub, but there will be an all ages reading at UBC on March 25th.

We have an interview with Nigel and Margaret, of DANCERS OF DAMELAHAMID, and their show Luu Hlotitxw: Spirit Transforming which they workshopped at VIDF and will present as a full length show in June. (Check out this promo video.)

And we’ll review of Another Chopsticks Story by Swedish company T42 which continues until March 21st.

And we welcome Deb Pickman from UBC Theatre to talk about upcoming show (March 21-Apr 6th)  Blood Relations: “Lizzy Borden took an axe…”, and Arts Reporter Mike to talk about Broken Sex Doll at the Cultch (running through March 24th).