It has been a rich and wonderfully full time. Merci Montreal, This wonderful city and its artistic community have become like a second home and family, I going to miss you. A la prochaine!
In other Autum News:
I joined playwright Lucia Frangione and actor Alex Williams in Toronto for a dramaturgy workshop on Lucia’s new script Sanctuaire.
A piece I worked on for audio artist Morgan Young inspired by two poems by Richard Brautigan was featured at the Electrogals Festival (Portland, USA) and the Simon Fraser University Electroacoustic 25th Anniversary Concert Series (Vancouver).
I also hit the stage again in the Concordia University director’s projects. Joining Vance Gillis and Daphne Lorian, I played Goldberg in a site specific scene from Pinter’s The Birthday Party directed by Jen Cressey. It was great challenge and a wonderful opportunity to participate with and discover Montreal’s upcoming talent.
Other Theatre highlights included seeing the beautiful production of Equus (Segal), The Ugly One (Theatre Smash, Toronto), Johanna Nutter’s My Pregnant Brothertranslated and performed in French (La Licorne), The Big Plan (Freestanding) and A Thousand Paper Cranes (Geordie Productions) and checking out the new works at Pipeline (InfiniTheatre) and New Words (NTS).
Back to Vancouver for the winter and further theatre adventures.
December 28, 2011 | Categories: Artistic Director, career craft, theatre | Tags: Artistic Director, Centaur Theatre, centre des auteurs dramatique, concordia, dramaturgy, emma tibaldo, Jack Paterson, june parc, lois brown, newsletter, playwrights' workshop montreal, theatre | Leave A Comment »