Halloqueer In-Person Concert Oct 31 2021

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Join us this Halloween for a live concert with none other than Janice Jo Lee! Come ready for a costume contest, photo booth, Together We’re Bitter (TWB) Beer and other non-alcoholic drinks, Four All Ice Cream, Lenjo Bakes, free hot drinks, and LIVE MUSIC! In order to attend in person or online, you must register […]

April 14 2021 – I’m recording!

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My musical satire Will You Be My Friend premieres as a radio play Sunday April 25th on Midtown Radio KW. My director Matt White of Green Light Arts has been working with me via video as we work through the recording. It’s been very interesting to revisit this show about the challenges of loving white […]

Ancestor Song Concert – June 10 2018

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My main project, Ancestor Song! Epic folk, sweeping ocean melodies and Korean drum. This is what I have created when I’m not being destroyed by oppression. Anthems for fierce feminists freeing ourselves of anger and hate, and coming into our power. Playground Festival of New Work Presents Ancestor Song by Janice Jo Lee Sun June […]

Defining Home With The Legend of Sing Hey

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Article Link SHYENNE MACDONALD JANUARY 10, 2018 Look around you. Look at the buildings, the shops and the schools. Look at all the things that make up the Kitchener Waterloo area, all the things that make up your community. Do you think this is where you belong? Are you happy here? If your answer is no, […]

Ragged Company wins Waterloo Reads’ book battle

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Article Link Lively debate of top 10 Canadian books as chosen by Waterloo residents CBC News Posted: Oct 18, 2017 7:30 AM ET Ragged Company by Richard Wagamese has been named the top book in the Waterloo Reads battle of the books. The novel came out on top after a lively debate at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex […]

Janice Lee Confronts the Uncomfortable

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Article Link SAM NABI JULY 6, 2017 Janice Jo Lee’s new play, Will You Be My Friend, attracted multiple sold-out shows at the Conrad Centre in downtown Kitchener during its inaugural run from June 22 to 25. Billed as a musical comedy, this one-woman show follows Lee’s quest for friendship and validation as a Korean […]

People’s Tribune: ‘Without justice there can be no love’

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Article Link June 2017 Editor’s Note: Janice Jo Lee’s album, Sing Hey, begins with three deep breaths, as if she’s thinking through what she has to say before launching into a kind of slam-sung poem of tough self-talk. That opener, “All the Times You Were Silent,” kicks off a seamless and stunning mix of soulful folk, blues […]

UW alumna highlighting local talent in documentary

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Article Link By Keira Koroma  January 17, 2017 Becca Redden, 2016 graduate of the former UW independent studies program, continues her independent streak with ambitious documusical Sing Hey, collaborating with past Kitchener Artist in Residence Janice Lee. While at UW, Redden utilised the relative freedom of the independent studies program to focus on social justice and media, so […]

Projects Coming Out In 2018

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It’s going to be a big year for me friends! The Legend of Sing Hey  Feature documusical directed by Becca Redden. Premieres Feb 10, 2018, 2pm Princess Twin Cinema, Waterloo, $10 BUY TICKET           Will You Be My Friend A Musical Satire by Janice Jo Lee A remount of my one-person […]