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“Equally funny and dangerous” CBC Radio

evalyn parry is an award-winning Canadian theatre maker, writer and musician. Steeped in the folk tradition but born to innovate, her boundary-blurring work is inspired by intersections of history, autobiography and contemporary social activism; her performances have explored everything from 19th century cycling heroines to bottled water, from queer identity to the quest for the Northwest Passage.  Whether accompanying herself on guitar, water bottle, shruti box or loop pedals – or joined by a percussionist playing an amplified bicycle — parry takes her unique perspective on the world and transforms it into art that spans genres, genders and generations.

 

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a note if you just bought the SPIN CD

We are having a tremendously fun and awesome run at Buddies this week. Here’s a nice review from Mooney On Theatre.. So if you bought an album at the show, and you are wondering, “where are the new songs from the second half of the show to be found?”  i just wanted to let you [...]

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SPIN returns to Toronto

After 3 years of touring the continent, SPIN returns to Toronto for a one-week engagement at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, it’s true!   Nov 19-24, 2014.  On the main stage at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. People of Toronto!  If you missed the show last time, now is your chance.  But even if you saw [...]

To Live in the Age of Melting: Northwest Passage

Recording Release

In the spirit of long-lost ships discovered,  OutSpoke Productions is proud to announcing the digital release of evalyn parry’s To Live in the Age of Melting: Northwest Passage.  You can download the 20 minute track from Bandcamp, starting now! A re-consideration of the meaning of the Franklin expedition for today’s changing climate.

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TOUR SPONSORS

      As we pack our bike and our bags to take SPIN on tour around some smaller communities in British Columbia (Gabriola Island! Courtney! Duncan! Vernon! Nelson!), a shout out to the Canada Council for the Arts, who have supported this tour. There is not a day that goes by in my artist-life [...]

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Franklin’s ship…Dear Stephen Harper

Dear Prime Minister Harper, I am all for solving long-lost mysteries and discovering things at the bottom of the ocean. Since having had the chance to travel in the Arctic myself, for the past few years I have been following with interest – and skepticism – your quest to find the Franklin ships.  I saw [...]

SPIN 2014

SPIN: from City Hall to the West Coast and back…

SPIN is oiling up its chain and tuning up its wheels to hit the road, heading out to the west coast, Sept 19-26.  We play on Gabriola Island (Sept 19th), Courtney (20th) and Duncan (22nd) on Vancouver Island, and Vernon (24th) and Nelson  (26th) in the BC interior. But first, we kick off a big [...]