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Want to know more about the per­ils and plea­sures of mod­ern wom­an­hood, seen from a West In­dian per­spec­tive? Put your­self in the hands of Liza

Paul and Bahia Wat­son, a pair of per­form­ers who’ve racked up cred­its with an­itafrika! dub theatre, b cur­rent and Soulpep­per. You might re­mem­ber Wat­son as Telemachus, the son of Odysseus, in Night­wood’s re­cent Dora Award-nom­i­nated pro­duc­tion The Penelop­iad.

In pomme is french for ap­ple, they tackle dat­ing, sex and society in a sug­ges­tive cabaret whose char­ac­ters in­clude an an­thro­po­mor­phized pum – pa­tois for a woman’s pri­vates.

From July 6 at Theatre Passe Mu­raille Mainspace.

Liza Paul (left) and Bahia Wat­son take a bite fromtheir big ap­ple.

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