Marked: Living with a Stigma
100 Thousand Poets for Change -Ruth and Honey
Listen to Friendly Spike members being interviewed on Access Radio
during Summer 2021. The 2 part interview runs about 2 hours.
Access Radio is a weekly program broadcast on Wednesdays
at 1pm PST, 4pm EST, on CFRO FM, 100.5, in Vancouver, hosted by Amy Amantea.
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Honey Novick’s Recitation of her Poem
‘Eva Weihs and Rob Italiano as May F. And The Guard in a scene from ‘The Walls Are Alive With The Sounds of Mad People’ (2013)
- The Walls are Alive With The Sounds of Mad People
The walls are alive with the Sounds of Mad People, is a lively historical tour around the psychiatric patient built wall. The company presented this tour a number of times between 2011 and 2013. This reinactment brings into focus the life and experiences of patients in days past of the Queen Street Mental Health Centre.
- Just Us
Just Us – A poetry development workshop and presentation at May Robinson Auditorium (2018)
- Madly I’m Your Fan
An evening of presentations, remembering the late Leonard Cohen, and celebrating Mad Pride (Toronto, 2017)
- What’s Next?…The Big C
Set in a psychiatric ward, the semi-autobiographical play examines the relationship between psychiatric patients and smoking cigarettes, along with it’s potential consequences.
‘Not The Same Old Story-Alternarratives of The Friendly Spike Theatre Band’ (Toronto 2014/15)
A theatrical presentation (2014) and later a published Theatre Review (2015), ‘Not The Same Old Story – AlterNarratives of The Friendly Spike Theatre Band’ features the individual creative journey of many of the company’s participants