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Dolores press release ottawa fringe

MEDIA RELEASE
It all happens in the kitchen:
Site-specific premiere of an original translation at
the Ottawa Fringe Festival
Dolores by Edward Allan Baker
Original French Translation by Nancy Kenny Featuring Nancy Kenny & Martine Roquebrune BYOV: St Paul’s Eastern United Church – Kitchen - 473 Cumberland St, Ottawa, ON
Ottawa Fringe Festival – June 20 to 30, 2013 - Tickets: $10 at the door June 22 – 15h00 & 19h00 & 21h30 June 29 – 15h00 & 17h30 & 20h30 www.nancykenny.ca / www.ottawafringe.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Ottawa – May 6, 2013 – After the successful, award-winning run of Roller Derby Saved My Soul, Broken
Turtle Productions returns to the Ottawa Fringe Festival with something a little different: the world
premiere of Edward Allen Baker’s Dolores in an original French translation. Translated by Ottawa expat
and Broken Turtle’s Artistic Producer, Nancy Kenny, the production is directed by Tania Levy and
features Kenny and newcomer Martine Roquebrune as Dolores and her sister Sandra respectively.
This production will be taking place in the kitchen of St Paul’s Eastern United Church. Fringe performers
have frequently used the building as a venue in the past few years, but the kitchen, which was used in the
first incarnation of SubDevision, adds a new twist. “I’m a big fan of theatre that creates voyeurs out of the
audience,” says Kenny. “This is such an beautiful, intimate show. The first time I read it, I never once
envisioned it taking place on a stage, but in an actual kitchen.”

About the play:
Finally enjoying a day for herself, Sandra's down time is interrupted by the impromptu
arrival of her sister, Dolores. Set in the family kitchen, this is the story of a woman who escapes her
abusive husband and seeks help from a sister who doesn't want to get involved. Originally created in
1986, Dolores is a touching and often humorous tale about sisterhood and family dynamics. This will be
the world-premiere of its original French translation by Ottawa expat, Nancy Kenny.
An Acadian originally from New Brunswick, Kenny feels that after years of writing and performing in
English, Ottawa audiences may be surprised to find out that French is actually her mother tongue. She
adds “Dolores was written in a very colloquial English which reminded me a lot of the type of French
spoken back home. The translation process felt very organic.” Dolores is her first original translation.
Seating is limited to 15 people per performance. Tickets are $10 at the door. Multiple festival show
passes may be purchased at a discounted rate through the Ottawa Fringe Festival. Visit
www.ottawafringe.com or www.nancykenny.ca for more information.
Contact: Nancy Kenny
Phone: 613-301-5418 – Email: info@nancykenny.ca - Web: www.nancykenny.ca Broken Turtle Productions presents:

Dolores by Edward Allan Baker

Original French Translation by Nancy Kenny
Directed by Tania Levy
Featuring Nancy Kenny & Martine Roquebrune
Venue: St Paul’s Eastern United Church – Kitchen - 473 Cumberland St, Ottawa, ON
Synopsis:
Site specific / Drama / French / Approximate run time: 40 minutes
Finally enjoying a day for herself, Sandra's down time is interrupted by the impromptu arrival of her sister,
Dolores. Set in the family kitchen, this is the story of a woman who escapes her abusive husband and
seeks help from a sister who doesn't want to get involved. A touching and often humorous tale about
sisterhood and family dynamics in an original French translation by Ottawa expat, Nancy Kenny.
Dolores is a site-specific drama from the creative team that brought you the award-winning, critically
acclaimed Roller Derby Saved My Soul.
Why should you see this production?
World-premiere of an original French translation Intimate site-specific theatre – venue only holds approximately 15 people Partnered with local women’s shelter to raise awareness of domestic abuse in the Ottawa-area Only French play at the Ottawa Fringe Festival Creative team has six Prix Rideau Award nominations and one win Professional stage debut of Martine Roquebrune
Awards & Recognition – Broken Turtle Productions – Roller Derby Saved My Soul
Winner – Outstanding Fringe Production – Les Prix Rideau Awards – Ottawa 2012
Winner – Best in Fest – Ottawa Fringe Festival – Ottawa 2011
Winner – Juror’s Honorable Mention – Ottawa Fringe Festival – Ottawa 2011
Winner – Best in Venue – Hamilton Fringe Festival – Hamilton 2011
Recognized by the Ottawa Downtown Rideau BIA as one of the most talked about shows at the 2011
Ottawa Fringe Festival and given a remount as part of their Summer Fling Festival Series.
Chosen as one of 6 shows presented at the Summer Chautauqua Theatre Festival in Swift Current, SK,
in 2012.
Nomination – Outstanding New Creation – Les Prix Rideau Awards – Ottawa 2012
Nomination – Emerging Artist (Playwright) – Nancy Kenny – Les Prix Rideau Awards – Ottawa 2012
Nomination – Emerging Artist (Director) – Tania Levy – Les Prix Rideau Awards – Ottawa 2012


Media Contact
Nancy Kenny – Producer
Tel: 613-301-5418
Email: info@nancykenny.ca
Web: www.nancykenny.ca
Twitter: @nancykenny / @tanialevy
BIOGRAPHIES

Edward Allan Baker – Playwright
Edward Allan Baker is a NYC playwright, his One Act Plays produced all over U.S., Canada, and Europe,
most notable among others include, North Of Providence, Dolores, Rosemary With Ginger, Face
Divided
, A Dead Man’s Apartment, Up, Down, Strange, Charmed, Beauty and Truth, Mafia On Prozac,
and Lila On The Wall. Off-Broadway successes include full-length plays, Prairie Avenue, American
Storage
, and The Framer. A screenwriter as well as being a faculty member at Pace University/Actors
Studio Drama School, and a recipient of "The 25th Anniversary Award For Theatrical Excellence," by The
Ensemble Studio Theatre Of New York. He is a member of The Dramatists Guild.

Nancy Kenny – Translator / Actor
A proud Acadian originally from New Brunswick, Nancy Kenny is a fluently bilingual actor, writer and
producer currently splitting her time between Toronto & Ottawa. She is the creator and solo performer of
the award-winning and critically acclaimed, Roller Derby Saved My Soul, which is still enjoying a
successful run across the country. Dolores is her first original translation into her native French.
A veteran of the Fringe Festival scene, past successes include the Les Prix Rideau Award nominated The
Last Goddamned Performance Piece
(Black Sheep Theatre), the sold-out Ottawa Fringe Festival run of
Daniel MacIvor’s This Is A Play (Evolution Theatre), a two city tour of her previous creation, No Exit
Upstage
, in Ottawa and Winnipeg, and an award for Outstanding Performance for Tuesdays & Sundays.
Other favorite theatre credits include the title role in Mary Magdalene and Adventures in Sobriety, Little
Martyrs
(Evolution Theatre), The Amorous Ambassador (Upper Canada Playhouse), Shakespeare’s
Interactive Circus
(a Company of Fools), and Rabbit Hole (The Gladstone). She has also appeared in
multiple films and commercials shot in the Toronto area.
In her spare time, Nancy can be found on the Internet. Probably blogging at www.nancykenny.ca or on
Twitter @nancykenny.

Tania Levy – Director
Tania is thrilled to be directing for Broken Turtle Productions again. Tania previously directed Nancy in
her solo show, Roller Derby Saved My Soul, for which she was recognized with a Prix Rideau Award
nomination in the Emerging Artist category. Tania has also previously directed for Gruppo Rubato, the
company she co-founded with Patrick Gauthier in 2002. For Rubato, she directed Gauthier’s 8 Words that
Ruined my Relationship
, as part of Meta-Schmeta: An Evening of One-Acts (mutatis mutandis), as well
as …and what she found there (her first foray into playwriting). Most recently, she directed actor and
improv master, Ken Godmere, in his solo show Vernus Says Surprise. The production toured the
Canadian Fringe Festival circuit in 2012 to numerous accolades and awards. Vernus was also nominated
for Outstanding New Creation and Outstanding Production at the most recent Prix Rideau Awards.
Martine Roquebrune – Actor
Originally from Lachute, Martine moved to Ottawa (well, Wakefield) 5 years ago following 4 years abroad
as a diplomat in South East Asia and Russia. Finally acknowledging her artistic calling she began actor
training and has worked on numerous short films, including the much-awaited Les Heures Blanches from
French director Karim Bensalah. Dolores is her on-stage debut.

Source: http://nancykenny.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Dolores-Media-Ottawa-Fringe-ENG.pdf

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