Christina Bryson(the company’s general manager and stage manager for this production) and returning guests Spencer Robson and Monique Renaud(both of whom act in this show) were careful not to reveal too much about their gritty story of betrayal, sex, power, and revenge, but they do share enough to pique curiosity with their observations on the creation process.
Liam Volke and Darcy Stoop, the playwright and director, respectively, chat about their penchant for the dark and whimsical as well as their approach to filling in the gaps of an enigmatic life lived against the backdrop of the French Revolution.
If you haven’t yet heard about Tracey’s work with SOULO Theatre, her recent debut as a guest of WalkLeft is worth a listen. This time, she’s wearing her creator and performer hats and invites you to see how she applies her methods to her own work. And what’s not to like about the prospect of meditating upon mortality and death – through the lens of living for a year like it’s your last – set to a soundtrack of tango?