Interview: Poison Cathedral's "Cut Up"

Today we're talking to old friends of ours from Theatre School about their upcoming Fringe Show. James and Keagan are the drunken savant masterminds behind Poison Cathedral, a new independent theatre company in Toronto.

What began as an experiment in form and the merging of poetry to theatre in York University's playGround Festival is now Poison Cathedral's inaugural work. It has been adapted from a series of small vignettes into a full-length play, though it hasn't lost it's exploration of style from the beginning. And style is the word, as these are two extremely stylish gentlemen pursuing the art. Enjoy House of Rebel's Rachel Kennedy talking to these two dapper gents about the avant-garde and the ethics of answering your phone during interviews.

Cut Up will premier at the Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace this June 29th to July 10th, in the Toronto Fringe Festival.

 On the left and shivering, Keagan Moore. On the right and bespectacled, James Kenny.

On the left and shivering, Keagan Moore. On the right and bespectacled, James Kenny.