To Joey Tremblay, his friend and colleague Michele Sereda was the type of artist who would take risks, unafraid of failure. When she did fall flat, she’d get up, dust herself off and say, “Well, we won’t do that again.” Tremblay has drawn on that same determined spirit in a year spent “re-visioning” the Curtain Razors since Sereda’s loss.

The founder and artistic director of the Regina contemporary theatre company, Sereda was one of four artists travelling together who died in a highway collision just outside the city during a snowstorm in February last year.

“You have to look forward. The tragedy happened, and that’s what we’re dealt with. But now look forward,” says Tremblay, who stepped into the role of artistic director in May....

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