April is a multimedia music drama written in collaboration with Franky Rousseau. Getting its inspiration from a play by Samuel Bronowski, April tells the story of a singer in her early thirties who is irreparably losing her hearing, and the ensuing toll this takes on her and her two close, but unhealthy, relationships. Through a series of scenes and episodes, encompassing many different modes of aural and visual storytelling, April’s plot unfolds in fragments, narrated by one of the characters in hindsight. April can be watched as a film, listened to as a “radio play,” or staged live; nothing essential is lost between the media.
Official Release — April 9th, 2018