Friday, November 21, 2014

Burnin' Down the Kitchen Pilot Webisode gets green light

Roles 4 Women are stoked to announce that our project Burnin' Down the Kitchen has received funding from the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council - we are gearing up to produce our first half hour comedy webisode! Created by Liz Solo and Amanda Batten this pilot comedy show will feature standup, sketch comedy and music starring an all women lineup.

Burnin' Down the Kitchen by Liz Solo and Amanda Batten with Jenny Naish, Colleen Power, Irene Duma, Charlotte Reid and the bands TrixXxie and The Sauce - Coming for you in 2015.

Stay tuned to this blog for more details - real soon!

Thursday, November 6, 2014

TrixXxie Killin' It at Pope Party

TrixXxie were thrilled to play the annual Pope Productions Party during the 2014 St. John's Women's Film and Video Festival. The band had the best time ever slaying the room. Getting to play in a store window was an extra bonus and a great band setup! Pope Prodcutions were a great host for the event and it is fair to say that a good time was had by all.
Stay tuned for more shows from Tallulah, Marilyn and Scarlet, coming in December!

photos by Mike Kean

The Women of BDK

Here are a few shots from Burnin' Down The Kitchen Comedy Cabaret, taken by Eugene Leger. Along with TrixXxie and Colleen Power these women are the regulars at every cabaret. You can never be sure what is going to happen at a BDK Cabaret, but we guarantee you will never forget a show.

Our next dates - for our 6th and 7th shows - will be announced very soon. Also - stay tuned for some video releases, coming up in the next month!


Tallulah Fucque sharing her difficulties interacting with the young hipster culture.

Amanda Batten - our lovely and hilarious host for every show, reviewing a recent Harlequin Romance novel.

Jenny Naish in the middle of her ukelele version of Bryan Adams' "Straight From the Heart".

Irene Duma explaining the perils and pitfalls of antiquing.

Liz Solo talking politics and panic attacks.

photos by Eugene Leger.