Community (Love) Creates Change Exhibition

Community (Love) Creates Change Exhibition In February I participated in a curated group exhibition at the Community Gallery of the Wychwood Barns with “Canada’s Smallest Theatre Creative Manual” . Click the link to see documentation of the show. The other artists in the exhibition were Lumír Hladík, Patrick Moore, Nicholas Power, Leena Raudvee and Elaine Stewart. Co-curated by Denise Morazé, emerging visual artist […]

a very quiet Houseconcert

THE QUIET REVOLUTION HOUSECONCERT was a special ultrasecret event for a small group of Kickstarter supporters who helped build Canada’s Smallest Theatre. THE QUIET REVOLUTION  is the brainchild of a brilliant musician. He is a true gem and a king among men. We played together for a while. His name is Scott Maynard. Click me

Shakespeare’s Voice

We mined the great Canon of the Great Bard for 200 monologues that are typically performed by women. I teamed up with Jonathan Heppner and Kimberly Purtell to whittle the list down to 50 for piece we’re developing, SHAKESPEARE’S VOICE. Produced by Theatre Local and with development assistance by Videocabaret, SHAKESPEARE’S VOICE was workshopped in September […]

to small audiences, with love.

For the fifth year time in seven years I participated in Scotiabank Nuit Blanche. SMALL AUDIENCES was an entire theatre season presented in just one night. Besides the producing, I performed 50 monologues. A link to the program can be found here. It featured: me, Jonathan Heppner, Kimberly Purtell, Leslie McCue, Lindy Kinoshameg, Elva Mai Hoover, Neema Bickersteth, Gail Nyoka, Ruth […]

Luminato shines again

Ever a highlight of the Toronto festival season, I was once again excited to be part of the 2012 Luminato Festival. I produced and recorded over an hours worth of audio descriptions of the Visual Arts programming. AUDIO DESCRIPTIONS are recorded verbal descriptions, which make visual work accessible to low and no vision patrons via […]

Space-ifesto 2012

In spring 2012 I published SPACE-IFESTO 2012 in the academic journal Canadian Theater Review, number 150. It reflects my views on space and is part anthem for the future part avant-garde anthem. Here’s an excerpt: Step One:  Ask for What You Want Do things when the time is right for you. Don’t wait for deadlines. […]