On Air
01:00
May 23rd 2019

I speak with Camille Inston of Pink Pantheon Projects, the 22-year-old writer and director whose 2019 Fringe offering, We All Got Lost, won the Fringe's best new production award. We discuss Inston's writing process and the play's central themes, including the exploration of sexuality within the context of Christianity, the power of storytelling as liberation, and myths and archetypes surrounding girlhood.

Find Pink Pantheon Projects here, and find the Fringe event page for We All Got Lost here.