In this episode, we sat down with Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava, the founders of the Toronto-based performance company Quote Unquote Collective. We talk about our relationship to feminism and how it evolves, their upcoming production Universal Child Care and the dynamics at play when working with others in a creative setting.
The Fury Pod is produced and edited by Sarah Hiltz and Sandi Barrett.
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About Our Guest:
Quote Unquote Collective is a Canadian multi-disciplinary performance company that aims to work outside the boundaries of tradition and expectation. Engaging with urgent social and political themes, the company is founded on the firm belief that art and performance are tools to provoke conversation and change. Co-founders Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava, who both have a strong background in physical theatre and music, have joined forces to produce work in a variety of genres and disciplines as a means to make new, experimental, and provocative performance work that ignites conversation within the community and the world at large. Defying conventions of style and form, the collective is built on the idea that individual ideas demand to be expressed through different forms, and should be expressed by whatever means necessary.
Preview of the upcoming production Universal Child Care: