field notes.04 // Helen Donnelly & Neil Muscott

field notes.
episode 04 // Helen Donnelly & Neil Muscott
a foolish conversation about clowns

June 2nd, 2016
8:30pm
Sorauren Park

I catch up with my clown teacher, Helen Donnelly and her partner/director Neil Muscott to chat about clowns, flat tires, preconceptions, clown logic and realness.

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The Reverend Foo Revival Time
playing June 8th, 10th & 12th at Factory Theatre
as part of the Toronto Festival of Clowns.

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field notes.02 // [elephants] collective

 

field notes.
episode 02 // [elephants] collective
a conversation about A Kitchen Sink Drama
with Ximena Huizi, Thomas McKechnie, Krystina Bojanowski and Michael Reinhart

Feb. 11th, 2016
6pm
Merchants of Green Coffee

What was originally planned as a meeting with Thomas became, as schedules go, an invitation to watch a rehearsal. It was great to peek in on an [elephants] rehearsal from the outside and see an entirely different process than the one I experienced during A Wake for Lost Time. These cats really love questioning theatre’s role in today’s society.

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A Kitchen Sink Drama plays during Week One (Feb. 17th – 20th) of the 37th Rhubarb Festival @ buddies in bad times. Click the banner below to take you to Rhubarb’s site.

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Performer Profile: Colleen Snell & Andrew Gaboury

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artists:

A dancer and an actor who also write things.

abstract:

They’re going to read some writing, maybe move some writing. Three segments, many pieces.

portals:

Colleen can be found through her award-winning, site-specific performance company Frog in hand.

Andrew can be found right here.

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Performer profile: Damian Norman & Patrick Dilkie

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artist:

Damian Norman is a dance artist based in Toronto; past performances have included company works with “Frog In Hand”, “Form Contemporary Dance Theatre”, and the “Chimera Project” ­ showcased at the Harbourfront Center’s Next Steps series in their Contemporary­Flamenco fusion, Bird Bee Bat Attack. He is a dance instructor at The Living Arts Center and a ballroom instructor at Arthur Murray Dance.

A holder of a B.Mus from Humber College and alumni of the Toronto All-Star Big Band, Patrick Dilkie is an active member of Toronto’s music community as a keyboardist, singer and composer. Patrick has performed in Japan, Chicago and New York.

abstract:

This work is an improvised exploration influenced and driven by my own personal relationships. The work is intended to explore the ways we connect to others, how we manage our own predispositions and expectations while negotiating the very same with the people around us. This piece is about the self; how to let go of our attachments while navigating our own sense of authenticity.

 

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