Cabaret Vulgare 1993

Performances and readings by Steve Anthony, Margaret Dragu, Catriona Strang with François Houle, Peter Bingham, Lorna Boschman, Phil McCrum with Gerald Creede, The Vulgares, Warren Arcan, Anna Banana, Peter Bingham, and Cliff Redcrow. Held over two nights, on March 19 and 20, 1993.

The following text is taken from Front Magazine vol. IV, no. 4, p. 20, March/April 1993:

Put on your wig, clean undies, personality extensions, snap off tools, grab your inner child and get on down to the Western Front for our pro-multi-neo-retro-post-pseudo-interdisciplinary-polymorphous-state-of-the-art-fibre-enriched-cabaret vulgare. (Any reference to persons living or dead is purely coincidental)

Two evenings design to repulse–and inform. Get down and stay down. A chaotic and completely unpredictable lineup of talent. Not since the fall of Rome has the human race had so much fun. A desperate attempt for salvation amid the carnage at the end of the 20th Century.

If you’re lucky you’ll see some of the following:
Lorna Boschman, Peter Culley, Lexi Montgomery, Paul Plimley, Margaret Dragu, Jim Monroe, Gary Bourgeois, Warren Arcan, Judy Radul, Art McP, Catriona Strang, François Houle, Phil McCrum, Gerald Creede, Anna Banana, Jacki Metivier, Peter Bingham, Sheri D. Wilson, Kate Hammet-Vaughan, Ron Samworth, Roy Kiyooka, Themba Tana, Eric Metcalfe, Hank Bull, George Lewis, and many more. Plus video, prizes, treats, photos, kisses…