Native Solidarity News, Irkar Beljaars talks with Donovan King Jason C. McLean and Jay Lemieux about Sinking Neptune II (34:00), CKUT 90.3 FM Montreal, Tuesday, November 27, 2007 (click to download)

“Theatre group takes on campus caterer Chartwells” by Jacob Serebrin, The Concordian, Tuesday, November 27, 2007

“Off the Hour” discussion about Buy Nothing Day featuring Jason C. McLean of OTL (20 minutes) CKUT 90.3 FM Montreal,  Monday, November 20, 2007

“Spectacle of Empire: Marc L’Escarbot’s Theatre of Neptune in New France” Reviewed by Alan Filewod, Canadian Literature, Summer 2007

Stop Canadian killer mines in Mexico! photos by Aaron Lakoff, CMAQ, August 25th, 2007

2007 infringement Press

Ad trucks leave trail of exhaust – and controversy – in their wake by Wendy Smith, Tempest, March 21, 2007

Fictional ad agency aims to sell out the globe by Emily Tetreault, ArtThreat, March 2007

Main Claim by Patrick Lejtenyi, Montreal Mirror, Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Big bad ad truck by Misha Warbanski, The Link, Tuesday, March 6th, 2007

Interview:  Optative Theatrical Laboratories’ Donovan King by Maria Worton, Montreal Serai, Vol 19, no 4, part 16

Native Solidarity News, Irkar Beljaars interviews Donovan King and Jason C. McLean about Sinking Neptune’s trip to Nova Scotia (53:55), CKUT 90.3 FM Montreal, Tuesday, December 5th, 2006 (right-click to download)

“Culture-jamming for fun and profit” by Kenny Hedges, The Link (Concordia), Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

“Buy Nothing Day: Death by overconsumption” Jeremy Loveday, Calculated_Disaster, November 25, 2006

Sounds like Canada interview with Jerry Wasserman (Sinking Neptune project is discussed and Donovan King interview clip played beginning at 14:20), CBC Radio One, Thursday, November 16th, 2006

“400 year-old play stirs controversy in Nova Scotia” Arts (National, Montreal and Maritimes), Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

“Is it racist screed or legitimate history” by Michael Posner, The Globe and Mail, Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

“Finding Neptune: Theatre troupe revisits legacy of controversial early play” by Dean List, The Daily News (Halifax), Tuesday, November 14th, 2006

“Altering the course of history” Michael Lightsone, Halifax Chronicle-Herald, Saturday, November 11th, 2006

“400th Anniversary of The Theatre of New France:  Don Connolly speaks with arts producer Phlis McGregor”, Information Morning, CBC Radio One (Maritimes), Friday, November 10th

“Sinking Neptune: Play Challenges Eurocentric perspective of 1606 masque” by Carolyn Sloan, Annaplois County Spectator, Tuesday, November 7th, 2006

Sinking Neptune performance and interview on CKUT 90.3FM, Tuesday, November 7th, 2006


“Best Bets” Montreal Gazette, June 20, 2006

“Anarchy’s the answer for this fest” by Bill Brownstein, Montreal Gazette, May 18, 2006

“American Apparel silences theatre group” by Jacob Serebrin, The Concordian, November 30, 2005

“Buy Nothing Day gains support” by Richard Tardif, The Concordian, November 30, 2005

Buy Nothing Day Jam at American Apparel (Misadventures and Metaphysics)

“Un élastique autour du portefeuille”, By Cécile Gladel, La Presse, November 23, 2005

“Terror isn’t for the tiny” by Bill Brownstein, Montreal Gazette, October 27, 2005

“Bury The Dead” by Maria Worton – Monteal Serai, Vol 18, no 3

Wild Car Ride Aricle Ottawa Citizen

“Theatrical Activism, Death by Latte, and the Monsanto cow” by Shaughn MacArthur, the link, November 30, 2004

“Concordia Theatre Grads Detained by the FBI” by Dave Weatherall, The McGill Daily, September 20, 2004

“Fringe rejects start their own club” by Mimi Luse, the McGill Daily, September 7, 2004

“Staging Dissent” by Jason McLean, Montreal Mirror, September 2, 2004

“Clown With A Cause” by Shannon Smith Houle dipINK, March 5, 2003

“All The World’s A Stage for Peace” by Matt Radz, Montreal Gazette, March 4, 2003

“Makeshift PdA Speakers’ Corner Transforms Protest into Theatre” by Katherine Solyom, Montreal Gazette

“Buy, Buy, Buy – A Big Conspiracy” by Susan Semenak, Montreal Gazette, December 10, 2002

“Acting Out On Activism” by Brendan Woods, The Concordian, November 6, 2002

“Car Stories Takes Theatre and Audiences to the Limit” by Gaetan Charlebois, HOUR, June 2001

…and much, much more yet to be posted (we operate on anarchist standard time after all!)