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I always knew the thing I wanted to do in was to write. Writing has been a consistent part of my life, from writing super angsty teen poetry to literal videogame fanfiction in my late/early teens. In a complicated world, it’s always been my way of processing, of trying to make sense or navigate through the senseless.
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Join Cardiac Theatre and What It Is Productions and our hosts, Glass Bookshop for the launch of The Alberta Queer Calendar Project. This official launch party features a listening party of the first episode of the project, LOCAL DIVA by Liam Salmon*. WHEN: January 31, 2020 - doors at 7:00pm, listening party at 7:30pm WHERE: Glass Bookshop (Edmonton City Centre West - 10200 102 Ave) WHAT ELSE: Please RSVP by January 30 For more info, visit *LOCAL DIVA by Liam Salmon Local queer, Tragi-dean, victim/hero/example/metaphor/villain has something to say. Something about growing up gay in a catholic school, working the drag circuit, and living through the 2019 Alberta election. Something about taking it and something about… not. Writer: Liam Salmon Director: Owen Emblau Production Coordinator: Kiidra Duhault Sound Designer: Thomas Geddes Featuring: Jacob Holloway Dramaturge: Darrin Hagen Audio Engineering: Brian Bergum of What It Is Productions Producers: Jessica Glover, Harley Morison & Liam Salmon

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Liam will be working as the in room coordinator for Alberta Playwright Network's 'Youth Riot' Program. It's a program designed to help foster and dramaturge work by young queer playwrights!

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LOCAL DIVA is a story told by the fictitious diva Tragi-dean. Their trials, their struggles, their stories. Growing up gay in a catholic school, working the drag circuit, and living through the provincial election. Until it all comes to an explosive conclusion. Written By: Liam Salmon Staring: Jacob Holloway as Tragi-dean Directed By: Owen Douglas Emblau Stage Managed By: Andrea H Rivera Designed By: E CM Jason Shows runs: Aug 16th/17th/21st/23rd/24th at 8pm with doors at 7:30pm & Aug 18th and 25th at 2pm with doors at 1:30pm Tickets at: Content Warnings: Sexual Assault Homophobia/ Homophobic Violence Jason Kenney/ Doug Ford/ Trump

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