Through my company, Open Pit Theatre and with support from the Yukon Art Centre, I will be working with an ensemble of creators to develop a new piece based around gender in the north. In August, we will be meeting for the first time to begin the devising and collaborative creation process. A great opportunity to work with some incredible LGBTQ+ artists from the north and beyond. CLICK HERE to visit our company website for more info.
Starting in May, 2019 I will be returning to Drumheller, AB for my fourth season as Crowd Director of The Badlands Passion Play. I love working with this team on such a massive scale…and this will be our second year adapting the script into a full musical including a live band onstage. It is an exciting time, and I can’t wait to get out there again. CLICK HERE for more information.
Opening April 4th at The Guild Theatre in Whitehorse, YT I will be directing and choreographing The Drowsy Chaperone alongside my husband and music director Brooke Maxwell (composer of Ride the Cyclone). The last show I worked on at The Guild was Chicago many years ago, and I couldn’t be more excited to work with such a great company once again. Plus, the original creators of The Drowsy Chaperone Bob Martin and Lisa Lambert are coming to Whitehorse direct from The Banff Centre for the Arts to do a workshop with the cast! Lucky us!
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Under the director of Barbara Tomasic, I will be choreographing the classic Fosse musical Sweet Charity at The Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. CLICK HERE to read a spotlight article that generously written by Michael D. Reid in regards to the style of movement required for this unique show.
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