The most historically immersive element is the worldview conveyed by all of the actors, a kind of staid, quietly hopeful pragmatism that truly brings the Depression-era setting to life.
“My position as an artist is to be a free human being—and to freely state the realities and the conditions of Aboriginal people.” – Artist Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun
This EP as a whole is a lyrical dark hole, with Joji not having much of anything to say throughout most of the tracks.
Introduce Yerself is more than Downie giving a thank-you note for his fans: It is a celebration of his life and what he did for Canada.
“I think that all the characters throughout the play find places to have a lot of joy, even though it’s set in this Depression era.” – Emily Thorne, who plays Norma Henshaw
When a film adds a soundtrack that captures the essence of the movie I just watched, I get ecstatic.