Presented by One Yellow Rabbit & Alberta Theatre Projects

Life, Death and The Blues

A Theatre Passe Muraille Production, in association with Hope And Hell Theatre Co.

A play. A concert. A conversation. An entertainment. A biography. An autobiography. A multimedia extravaganza.

Created by Gemini-nominated actor and Maple Blues Award-winner Raoul Bhaneja, this fusion performance mixes genres to explore the power, passion and meaning of The Blues. Bhaneja, and Juno Award-winning Canadian R&B/Soul singer Divine Brown, accompanied by Blues musicians, converse, banter and play the Blues. Each night Bhaneja
introduces us to the music of legends like T-Bone Walker and Paul Oscher; and he interviews and jams with a Blues Legend.

Through sharp and witty dialogue, the characters explore the genre and their personal histories; wrestling with the cultural complexities that surround “The Blues”.
Blues Legend Guest List*
January 19 - Mike Clark
January 20 - David Vest
January 21 - Graham Guest
January 22 - Amos Garrett
January 23 - Bill Dowey
January 24 - Greg Demchuk
January 26 - Gary Martin
January 27 - Tracy Wells
January 28 - Zoe Theodorou
January 29 - Donald Ray Johnson
January 30 (Mat) - Russell Jackson
January 30 (Eve) - Russell Jackson
January 31 - Tim Williams
* Artist and scheduling information is subject to change. One Yellow Rabbit and Alberta Theatre Projects reserve the right to make alterations to the programming and cannot be held accountable for cancellations, substitutions, or changes.
The conversation continues with Alberta Theatre Projects' and The Exchange. For more information on The Exchange events scheduled for Life, Death and The Blues visit  Join us for a post-show discussion with the artists, January 26th.  Facilitated by Alberta Theatre Projects' Artistic Director, Vanessa Porteous.
We acknowledge the support of TD Bank, a tour sponsor for Life, Death and The Blues.

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What they're saying:

"Ms. Brown is indeed divine and is not only a winning foil for Bhaneja, she delivers two show-stopping solos."
- Colin MacLean, Edmonton Sun