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Created & Performed by Robin Star Breiche and Connor Price-Kelleher

Sibling relationships are like a game of catch. The only way it's fun is when everyone is excited to play. You must find your rhythm and enjoy the game because you never know when the ball will drop.

Connor Price-Kelleher:

Connor has spent the last few years touring around Ontario as a Creator, Designer, Technical Director, and Stage Manager. Some past productions include; A (Musical) Mid Summer Night’s Dream – Driftwood Theatre Group 2019, The Omnibus Bill – TACTICS Theatre Collective Series 2019, Burnt – Undercurrents 2019, Le Crip Bleu – Fresh Meat Cabaret 2019, Cardinal – Aplombusrhombus 2018, Burnt – Winnipeg FemFest 2018, What’s Cooking – Kingston Fringe 2018. After working at the Fresh Meat Festival for the past 7 years Connor is excited to make his debut as an Artist. He would like to thank the entire Fresh Meat team, his friends and his family for all the continued support over the years. After FM8 you will be able to find Connor in Kingston doing stand-up on Monday nights and trapping people in rooms for a living as he is now the technical director for Improbable Escapes.   

Robin Star Breiche:

Robin is an emerging artist who moved from London, Ontario to study Theatre at the University of Ottawa. Robin began playing viola in an orchestra, singing in choirs and performing in local plays such as 7 Stories and The Dining Room. Since moving to Ottawa, Robin has continued acting in productions such as Marriage, Small Room and Love and Information. Robin directed Husk by Montana Adams at Fresh Meat 7, which led her to direct her first one-act play, This is a Play by Daniel MacIvor. Having co-created Beans of Fury at Fringe 2019, Robin is excited to return to Fresh Meat 8 to help continue expanding her skills as a creator, as well as an actor by using this opportunity to explore through different types of theatre.

A word from the creator:

“Connor says, "I want to write a clown show for Fresh Meat" Robin replied, "Shhh, its the middle of the show".

Runs: 20 minutes
Plays: October 17-19