Work-In-Progress Performances of My New Show, ‘Les Filles du Quoi?’

You’re invited to an open rehearsal of my new solo show Vous êtes invitées à une répétition ouverte de mon nouveau show solo   Saturday, 27 April, 7:00pm Rassemblement/Gathering (Pre-registration required) Franco-American Center, Orono, ME Friday, 3 May, 7:00pm Theatre Open Space (Theatre New Brunswick) 55 Whiting Rd., Frederiction, NB Thursday, 9 May, 5:00pm Centre … More Work-In-Progress Performances of My New Show, ‘Les Filles du Quoi?’

New work in Résonance

I’ve been impatiently waiting for the inaugural issue of Résonance, and it’s finally here. Résonance is a new literary e-journal dedicated to writing by and about the French-heritage communities of the United States, and I’m so pleased to have two pieces included in its first issue: a review of Northland, a travel book by Porter … More New work in Résonance

Last RITES

As my residency draws to a close, I am looking forward to the last few RITES that I will perform at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery this weekend. Evidential Rite Saturday, July 28, 12-5pm I’ll spend Saturday afternoon in the main gallery, inviting visitors to participate in this RITE, designed to explore how art speaks to … More Last RITES

Le racommodage

I’ve been working on a new performance piece since the beginning of this year, a sort of companion to my show, Piecework: When We Were French, that approaches some of the same themes, but from a more personal perspective. This summer, as I’ve been thinking about how to expand this new piece into a whole, … More Le racommodage

Reading In Montpelier

I’m not French-from-France, nor quebecoise, nor Acadian. I’m Franco-American, like Jack Kerouac. My solo show, Piecework: When We Were French, explored the enduring influence of Franco-American culture in Vermont and New England. But when I’ve performed the show in Canada, where I live, I’ve felt that audiences needed a fuller introduction to the history it … More Reading In Montpelier