My Theatre Projects

2018 was been busy and 2019 has been shaping up to be even more so.

Here are some of the things I have been involved in.

I’ll start with The Centurions Project, a community engaged initiative that brings seasoned professionals and young actors together in a timely and topical play by award winning Vancouver playwright Sally Stubbs.  The play focuses on youth, sexual violence and the impact of technology.  We just completed a residency with Boca Del Lupo to explore the integration of film and video with the live performance. You can read about it  here.      

In 2019 we are heading to do a more in-depth design residency at the Shadbolt centre in Burnaby BC  and then a premiere run at The Evergreen Theatre in Coquitlam.

The Centurions Project Residency Team, Fishbowl, March 2018.jpgI also am working on another community engaged art and performance  project about Mixed Ancestry Called The Tangled Roots Project. It’s an exploration of Mixed Roots story-telling, art making and Performance. It’s early days so more about that coming soon.IMG_2150

And last but definitely not least

We completed a tour of Sink or Swim written and performed by the fabulous Beverley Elliott with talented musical director Bill Costin, and my favourite  projection designer Jordan Lloyd Watkins at the Evergreen Theatre in Coquitlam after successful runs at  travelled to New York City where we won the best musical in the United Solo Festival– and in 2019 we  will be heading to the Blyth Festival in Ontario.  Unknown-1.jpegUnknown.jpeg

Right now I am about to hunker down and do some writing and teaching and tinkering with my solo show– but get in touch. Say hi.

 

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