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Public Energy’s Paris, la Nuit reviewed

Photo by Michael Barrett It is 8pm, September 12, at Artspace in downtown Peterborough. The room is full of people who came to listen to a small performance. This is…

Public Energy kicks off 2014/2015 season

Curtis Driedger (left) and Marion Lewis in A Swinging Canadian Couple by Dennis Tourbin, performed Nov. 10, 1984 at Artsapce in the Market Hall And so begins the 21st season…

Looking to the Past to Heal the Problems of the Future

One of the biggest global crises in today’s rapidly developing world is sustainability. Between water pollution and global warming, the planet is gradually turning into an uninhabitable wasteland. Phrases such…

Review: Emmanuel Jouthe’s Scan and Cinq Humeurs

Sexuality, vulnerability, power, suspense, individualism, and synchronicity were all recurring themes in Public Energy’s showcase of Scan and Cinq Humeurs by artist-in-residence Emmanuel Jouthe. The performances took place at Market…

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