Venue: Chapel (see map below)
7-9pm | Free
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Little Sausage is a new musical about the relationship between veganism and masculinity. Based entirely from the words and interviews of eight people, Little Sausage, explores the joys and sorrows surrounding the world of veganism. It exposed how the choice to go vegan can affect work, relationships, and self worth. With folk-pop songs, it encourages audience to question the harmful stereotypes that society continues to perpetuate about both veganism and masculinity. Little Sausage is a verbatim musical about vegan sausage rolls, muscles, and why there are relatively few men in this growing movement.
Writer: Deborah Vogt
Composer: Josh Fowley
Deborah is a writer and dramaturg from the west coast of Canada who is currently based in London. Most recently, Deborah wrote Big Sister, a one-woman show about her sister’s 75lb weight loss. This show won the Cultchivating the Fringe Award and has three upcoming productions. She also wrote the book for the sold-out production Sylvia’s Hotel. Her musical Carry On was awarded Pick of the Fringe in 2016. Additional past writing credits include The Quizmaster (Brave New Play Rites, About Love Festival), Top Secret (IGNITE!) and Fallen Heads (Act NOW!). She also co-wrote and co-produced the YouTube musical Finding Face Time, which was the winning selection from the In Tune 2015 YouTube Musical Competition. Past production dramaturgy credits include Dark Sisters (Vancouver Opera), Sweeney Todd (Vancouver Opera) and Saint Joan (Arts Club Theatre Company). She has a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and is currently completing a Masters of Writing for Performance and Dramaturgy at Goldsmiths, University of London.