Season Kickoff in Tiny House

Stone & Sky Tiny House Building Crew

D.A. Lockhart reads while Collette Broeders walks the line with her installation performative piece “Touch”

D.A. Lockhart reads from his “Moth Man Returns to Munsey”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allison Brown charms all with her delightful anecdotes and sterling voice.

Windsor Feminist Theatre’s first show of 2020 was a blast. The audience was very small but also very attentive. The night started off with a delightfully strange collaboration. Author D. A. Lockhart’s read his perplexing and funny story, “Moth Man Returns to Munsey.” Simultaneously, the unique visual artist Collette Broeders walked upon medical exam paper where his text was written. Her walking ranged from contemplative to playful and seemed to mirror Lockhart’s voice. The next performance was by folk singer songwriter, Allison Brown. She had a friendly, laidback stage presence and every song was accompanied by an engaging story. Vocally, she was soulful and uplifting. Allison’s performance was extra special because many of her songs were originals and referenced Canadian culture.

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Posted by Pelee Quarry on Sunday, June 28, 2020

Posted by Pelee Quarry on Sunday, June 28, 2020

Posted by Pelee Quarry on Sunday, June 28, 2020