Keili Bartlett and Shannon Lough co-host Episode 87 of This Week Podcast. (Meaghan Proteau / The Northern View)

This Week Podcast — Episode 87

Award winning actress Chelsea Stamp-Vincent talks about the Harbour Theatre production of Killer Joe

Award winning actress, and former co-host, Chelsea Stamp-Vincent makes a guest appearance on This Week Podcast to promote her latest work Killer Joe.

Harbour Theatre is presenting the dark comedy on June 1 and 2 at the Tom Rooney Playhouse.

READ MORE: Killer Joe coming to the Rooney Theatre

More on stories about wildlife, another entangled deer, similar to well-known buck Hammy, business highlights, notably pipelines, and the Northern View features including Heart of Our City and MVP of the Week.

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