MOUTHPIECE THE MOVIE
Mouthpiece the feature film, adapted from stage to screen by Amy Nostbakken, Norah Sadava and Patricia Rozema - who also directs - made its American premiere. Mouthpiece played at the PALM SPRINGS FILM FESTIVAL on January 6 & 7th, 2019.
Thanks to the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Telefilm Canada for making the US premiere such a success.
Further Film Festival dates upcoming:
SANTA BARBARA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Jan 30 - Feb 9th, 2019
VICTORIA FILM FESTIVAL February 4th, 2019
AVAILABLE LIGHT FILM FESTIVAL Whitehorse February 6th, 2019
More exciting announcements about wider releases coming down the pipes, keep your eyes peeled!
Read a review about the film in Sight & Sound here.
Photograph by Andréanne Gauthier
NOW YOU SEE HER
Now You See Her made its world premiere October 18-Nov 4, 2018.
Co-produced by Quote Unquote Collective, Nightwood Theatre & WhyNot Theatre at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
Thank you to everyone who came out and made the SOLD OUT RUN such a huge success. Some words on Now You See Her:
“...radiates wit, urgency and theatricality” - Now Magazine
“Do these women a favour and see Now You See Her”- Toronto Star
“Embraces diversity” - Globe and Mail
"Stunning" - Stage Door
“Takes the audience somewhere and brings us back changed” - Mooney On Theatre
“An assault on both the mind and the senses.” - Paula Citron
Created and Performed by Lisa Karen Cox, Maggie Huculak, Raha Javanfar, Amy Nostbakken, Norah Sadava & Cheyenne Scott
Keep your eyes on this space for future details about Now You See Her.
Photograph by Dahlia Katz
MOUTHPIECE SWAN SONG
Mouthpiece (the play) is going back on the road one last time. If you missed us before (or even if you didn't), come join us as we celebrate the end of a four year journey with a lap around California. Some performances are already sold out so snap up your tickets NOW!
Campbell Hall, UC Santa Barbara
January 23/24, 2019
Bing Studio, Stanford Live
January 31-February 2, 2019
Royce Hall, UCLA
February 6-9, 2019
Zellerbach Playhouse, UC Berkeley
March 22-24, 2019
Photograph by Colin Medley
A QUOTE UNQUOTE AND NIGHTWOOD THEATRE WORKSHOP
Friday 22 – Sunday 24th February 2019
Toronto, ON (Ernest Balmer Studio, Distillery District
15 Case Goods Lane)
Friday 5-7pm/Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
Fusing Music and Physical Theatre - An exciting exploration into a new style of storytelling. This three-day workshop will be an intensive, rigorous exploration of how the performer in an empty space can use the body to create characters, spaces, emotions, poetry, atmospheres, and ultimately tell stories without words. Based on a Lecoq-style method we then translate physical theatre into a new realm enhanced and elevated through song. Using the concepts of harmony, dissonance, tone, resonance, and the composition of many voices working with or against each other, stories are built from sound to stage.
This workshop is open to theatre practitioners who want to bust out of their comfort zones and explore new ways of storytelling. For this this master class we encourage those who identify themselves as singers to apply. There are a few spots available to non singers, but music will be a main component of the weekend. Open to artists who have an interest in Lecoq-based physical theatre, the devising method, vocal experimentation or who simply have a desire to push themselves beyond what they know.
The workshop will be facilitated by Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava.
Workshop cost: $300 +HST
** Scholarships available please enquire for further details
** Childcare subsidy available. Please enquire by Jan 31st.
Space is limited so please apply early, deadline is February 14th.
To apply please send your CV and brief cover letter that includes level of singing ability to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photograph by Colin Medley