Information on the activity
September 24, 2021 to September 25, 2021
A staircase creaks, a rush of wind, a voice whispers, a lonely flickering light. Past, present, and future collide in this immersive, multimedia encounter with a reimagined Monument-National.
Chelsea Dab (Directing 2, Montreal, QC) and AK Fournier (Directing 2, Kelowna, BC), are spending two weeks on the Ludger-Duvernay Theatre stage in a process of research, exploration, and creation.
This public presentation is the result of their creative residency, and the culmination of a pedagogical project, the Devised Performance-Making Exercise, mentored by acclaimed Vancouver-based, Siminovitch Prize-winning theatre artists Maiko Yamamoto and James Long.
Technical and Design support by Brenda Vaca (Production Design and Technical Arts 3, Mexico) and Julian Smith (Production Design and Technical Arts 3, Norman's Cove, NF).
- Please bring your headphones/earbuds and smartphones.
- Portions of the performance will be in English and others in French.
- This presentation will not be fully accessible, please contact the box office for details.