“we can’t be romantic, you are too important to me in my life”
by David Sklar
Rosaruby Kagan (Performer / Adaptor) is a Grotowski based actor and has been performing, writing, and producing theatre for over 10 years. Bunny Bunny will be her third and most extensive solo production. Ms Kagan holds a BA in theatre from The New School University in New York City and a MA in Drama Therapy from Concordia University. She has collaborated with companies from New York to Austin; including North American Cultural Laboratory, Reverend Billy's Stop Shopping Gospel Choir, The Living Theatre, Ariel Dance Theatre, Austin Renaissance Theatre Co, and Rubber Rep. Since moving to Montréal in 2007, Ms Kagan has researched the therapeutic potential of physical acting training, dipped into the improv scene at Theatre St. Catherine, was a member of the sketch comedy troupe The Dirty Little Spoons, wrote and directed Buddha and the Rock Star (2011 Montréal Fringe, New York Catskills Festival of New Theatre), and worked with numerous other theatre companies, notably Zeitgeist Theatre Collective's production of Not Fit for Bears.
The first time we kissed, she looked at me and said you need to meet my friend Zweibel!
CHARPO: What made you want to adapt and stage this play?
CHARPO: What kind of impact did she have, not only as a comedian but also as a female trailblazer?
Bunny Bunny runs to July 28