LIZA PAUL & BAHIA WATSON
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.