2019/2020 Season Coming Soon!
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.
Hamilton Fringe Festival
July 19th & 28th @ 9:30pm
July 22nd, 25th & 29th @ 6pm
July 23rd 7:30pm
First Ontario Performing Arts Center
November 1st & 2nd @ 7:30pm
November 3rd @ 2pm & 7:30pm
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 2018 St. Catharines Culture Days events.
September 30th 2018
September Songs is an original work of devised physical theatre, exploring the concept of maturity. Our play tracks a half dozen students through a fictional university, over the course of the year as they explore gender identity, question the capitalist terms they find their futures increasingly defined by, and discover their need for intimate personal connection through the turbulent process of questioning one’s upbringing.
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.