Tickets are now on sale for The Revolutions by Rhiannon Collett, created and performed using CdnStudio. The Revolutions unfolds live in a theatre and incorporates performers participating across distance in a shared digital space. The Revolutions runs September 14 – 16 in The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts in Kingston. 3 Podcasts will be released by Camila Diaz-Varela, featuring the entire team before, during, and after the production.
Directed by Kathryn MacKay, the audience meets performers Daniel David Moses, Jim Garrard, and Anne Hardcastle in Kingston, engaged in a meal and conversation about, “What is revolutionary?” Simultaneously, we become absorbed in a forest where we are joined by a family that includes Maddie Bautista(performing in Toronto), Christine Quintana (performing in Vancouver) and Dakota Jamal Wellman (performing in Montreal). Each member of The Revolutions family brings a perspective on change and movements as they gather to lay to rest a family dog. Generations, politics, and technology collide onstage and across Canada, as The Revolutions explores the nature of what is revolutionary today.
By Rhiannon Collett
Directed by Kathryn MacKay*
Produced by Michael Wheeler
Featuring Anne Hardcastle* (Kingston), Jim Garrard(Kingston), Daniel David Moses (Kingston), Christine Quintana (Vancouver), Maddie Bautista (Toronto), Dakota Jamal Wellman (Montreal)
Dramaturgy and set/lighting design by Sarah Garton Stanley
Sound Design by Deanna Choi
Projection/Video Design by Frank Donato
Movement by Zoe Sweet
CdnStudio Coordinators Derek Chan (Vancouver), Rhiannon Collett (Montreal) , and Camila Diaz Varela (Toronto)
Podcasted by Camila Diaz-Varela
Assistant Directed by Mariah Horner
Stage Managed by Madison Lymer
Production Managed by Kristen Leboeuf