Episode Five: The Lady of the Falls

A milestone! Well, five episodes is something, right?

If you live in the Corner Brook area you may have had the opportunity to see “The Lady of the Falls” a new show by Tara Manuel (and featuring the stunning work of Michael Rigler, Louise Gauthier, and Adam Brake – under the direction of Michael Waller) at the Arts and Culture Centre recently. Tara is a deeply convicted artist who has has spent the last decade developing a puppet theatre here in the region. I’m really grateful that she could take the time to talk to me and, as I think you’ll hear, her dedication, determination, and passion are inspirational.

Tara also mentions that the recent production was a workshop, a testing out of the story and the techniques involved in bringing the show to life. So, here’s hoping that we all have the chance to see the show again – I’m really looking forward to the next iteration!

ps. As I’ve mentioned before, this recording a podcast business is all very new to me. It’s great fun, but the learning curve is steep! So, you may notice some clips and distortion – I’m struggling with recording levels, and think it’s getting solidly better, but I do apologize if you notice any audio hiccups this time around!

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