Shuswap Theater will offer a taste of TotE Fest with Push Up Bar – Salmon Arm Observer




The Break A Leg Collective, featuring Brittney Martens, Devon More, Allandra Gardner, Morgan Benedict and Jessica Buchanan, presents the show Push Up Bar at the Shuswap Theater with one show on March 4 and two on March 5. (Contribution)

‘Wonderful Chaos’: Shuswap Theater to Provide Taste of TotE Fest with Push Up Bar

Artist Devon More and a creative collective deliver a “wild and eerie mosaic in motion”




Fans of Shuswap Theater’s TotE Fest won’t have to wait until July to enjoy a cutting-edge show.

Entertainer Devon More returns to the Shuswap Theater stage March 4-5 with a new show, Push Up Bar. And this time, she brings company.

Push Up Bar is a collective performance and creation that involves an improviser (Allandra Gardner), a visual artist (Brittney Martens), a dancer (Morgan Benedict), a sketch comedian (Jessica Buchanan), a Shakespearian fool (Catriona Leger) and a musician (Plus). As Break A Leg Collective, the troupe will perform three shows of “wonderful music, movement and mayhem”.

More said Salmon Arm audiences will be able to experience the wild and witty spectacle before it moves on to kick off the Western Canada Theatre’s International Women’s Day festival.

More was scheduled to perform his solo show Romeo at the Shuswap Theater in November, but it was canceled due to highway closures. More said she was now “looking forward to sharing some joy” with her “beloved Salmon Army culture vultures”.

Presented by the Shuswap Theater TotE Festival, Push Up Bar plays at 7:30 p.m. on March 4 and at 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on March 5. Tickets, $25, are available at shuswaptheatre.com. For more information on More and the performers at Push Up Bar, visit devonmoremusic.com/pushupbar.


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