Did you miss the preshow lecture of Professor Emeritus Alan Hughes talking about the play Love Kills and how art influences violence and violence can inspire art? Click here to listen to it now.
"...Love Kills is intriguing and compelling theatre. Jarrow is a smart, talented playwright who's not afraid to ask hard questions -- and is bold enough to offer disturbing answers. His music -- rock ballads and uptempor numbers -- is catchy, compelling and convincing." Read on for Adrian Chamberlain's full review of Love Kills.
"Bailey and Lagacé make monsters lovable, which is always difficult. The band has just the right mix of 1950′s rockabilly and homegrown Victoria funk-folk-psychedelia." Culture Vulture Victoria review by Chris Felling.
Times Colonist arts reporter Adrian Chamberlain talks to Director Clayton Jevne and Professor Emeritus Alan Hughes about art and violence and the play Love Kills.
New online theatre blog, The Marble, talks to Clayton Jevne about Theatre Inconnu and his vision aroud the production of Love Kills. Clayton also sat down for a conversation with writer Linda Rogers on page 14 of the most recent issue of Focus Magazine.
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