A surreal film. A brutal murder. A recurring nightmare. How does it all fit together? And what does it have to do with us? The classic Canadian one-man maniacal marathon by Daniel MacIvor returns.
This stylistically unique minimalist tour-de-force examines our desire for dark stories, where they come from, and why our media and society are obsessed with the monsters living within them.
Hamilton Fringe Festival (Aquarius Studio)
July 18th - July 28th, 2019
See the full schedule and get tickets here!
What Makes A Man
What Makes A Man explores the concept of masculinity, and the ways in which it impacts our most intimate relationships with ourselves, and others.
Poetry in Motion
A participatory piece in which the audience feeds the ensemble sentences in which they will adapt in the moment to create a physical embodiment with a poetic flow as part of the 2019 St. Catharines Culture Days events.
Culture Days runs September 27th-29th, 2019
Find us at the First Ontario Performing Arts Center
The Debt Project explores the origins of debt, its moral implications - from the virtue of being in someone's debt, to the fall of empires due to debt crisis - and its pervasive role in our personal and professional lives.
Fall 2019 & Spring 2020
September Songs is an original devised creation examining the role of higher education in the 21st century. In particular, it looks at the competing forces of increasingly corporatized universities and the deeply personal journeys of their students achieving autonomy for the first time.
Time, Again is a heartfelt, cautionary tale against blind faith in scientific innovation. We learn that the destruction of time has been caused by a machine invented for military use in wartime. The end result is a disaster from which there is no turning back.
Time, Again is an original adaptation of the short story by Tim Maly.
“Once” was adapted from the award-winning short stories by Canadian author Rebecca Rosenblum, following the alienated “wandering twentysomethings” of contemporary Canada.