Jordan Tannahill's play Declarations is 'a joyous ritual' about coming to terms with death

Guest host Laurie Brown chats with artist Jordan Tannahill about his play Declarations and debut book Liminal.
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Canadian playwright, director and multi-disciplinary artist Jordan Tannahill explores themes of mortality and memories surrounding his mother's diagnosis with terminal cancer in his play Declarations and his new debut book Liminal. Guest host Laurie Brown spoke with Tannahill about what it was like to translate deep personal experiences of grief and joy on stage.

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