"let us go two by two, into the wet, and with every step defy and rebuke this disorder of nature"
Montreal Fringe Festival - Studio Multimedia du Conservatoire - June 2016
As the sun sets and the ice melts, three women and a bear serve up a dose of prose that hops from the Arctic Circle to the US and back again. A horticulturalist dreams of columbine and rue in the everlasting northern light of day as the world appears to teeter on the edge of its own icecaps. Further South, a woman dips her toes in the dark arts and muses on the magic of blackness, and the waterlogged hopes and dreams of a community. Floating in the northern seas, an activist and her boyfriend fight over politics, megafauna and latex.
Written and Devised by Nathalie Adlam, Giselle LeBleu Gant, Cameron Harle, and Kathleen Stavert. Additional material by Peter Wiedmann