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Journal Cover Canadian Theatre Review
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  • Editorial
    • Abstract: There is nothing abstract in power. Its abstraction lies in our limited faculty to articulate its pervasive impact on our lives and livelihoods. In our fictions I've watched it built and sustained nightly. This issue grapples with and bears witness to it.Onstage, I've seen Philip Akin and Jonathan Goad hurl it around as Othello and Iago respectively. Monique Mojica's Caesar in Death of a Chief dominated a conjured vastness. Anusree Roy's Brothel #9 and David Yee's Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave are intricate studies in status. Don't get me started about the complex goings-on in Pig Girl, because I have a word limit. Suffice it to say, we know power when we see it.Offstage, I've seen colleagues break into tears ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • From Here
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Facilitation
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      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Heart of the Telling
    • Abstract: An impulse triggers a movement, and that movement triggers a sequence.The sequence creates a pathway, and those pathways form a system.Structure forms around that system.That structure houses our perspective and perception.Values and ritual are what brings this house to life.As an Indigenous choreographer and performer, following kinetic pathways in my body is an ongoing uncovering of personal and ancestral knowledge, and a discovering of the architecture that houses my own perception. This is what I strive for in my own work, and I support others to find this in their own work as well.The Indigenous arts community continues to build on the body of contemporary work that has been created over the past thirty-five ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "'Sup Leeches?": Make Some Magic
    • Abstract: What is it that we do, really? Let's start with a provocation. Maybe we won't even get past it. But let's start here:But not quite yet. Before I get into this provocation, I want to make clear that in everything I put out I address to you.And the you that I address this to also means me.And, really, I suppose I should just say we.But I don't want to make assertions of how we should be.     Not now, anyway. So let's start here:          Wait. Not quite yet. One final caveat before we get started—          I want you to know that all the ideas that I might throw your way are just that—ideas—and most are not mine.          But I've internalized them, turned them around, digested and regurgitated them. They may in some ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • In Place of Power
    • Abstract: "… and I know it was a small company, but the builder completely ruined my design. I'm so glad that won't happen to my designers here. Anyway! It's always a pleasure to see you," she chimed, before retreating into the cavernous bowels of our shared place of employment. What she clearly did not realize in that moment was that this was a lie.How did a design assistant pander for my approval by telling me a scathing anecdote about our own previous collaboration and never even realize I was the same person? Had my skills as a craftsperson improved incrementally? Well … probably, truth be told; however, my skill set had not yet entered into our new working relationship. I hadn't even changed my hair. The only ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Black Armour
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      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Representation
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      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Power in a "Safe" Space
    • Abstract: An intention is set: to create and deliver a safe space. Whether that space is a rehearsal hall, a residency, a course, a workshop, or an office environment, a pause should be taken to consider the word safe. Safe for whom? Safe according to the capitalist and patriarchal conventions set up to maintain the status quo? Safe to keep ourselves and others present comfortable? Safe from controversy? Safe from danger? Safe, so that those who embody different life experiences can be present without discrimination?Safe. It is a loaded word. A charged word. A four-letter adjective that implies security. Security from harm, danger, or risk.Safe. It is a loaded word. A charged word. A four-letter adjective that implies ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Playing the Long Game: Some Pros and Cons of Working Collaboratively
    • Abstract: When I was asked to create a list of pros and cons with regard to working collaboratively as a strategy to bring about change, my first thought was, "What can I say about that?" It's true, I have long been interested in collaborative, collective, and devised theatre practices,1 in part because they can provide alternatives to traditional structures and hierarchical processes, which historically have excluded some groups and privileged others. My knowledge comes through varied experiences with theatre, which is almost always a collaborative art form. As a graduate student I specialized in feminist theatre performance, which often draws on principles of collectivism as an alternate means to challenge and subvert ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Translating Theatre from the Periphery
    • Abstract: Warning: if there is any similarity between this piece and a fact from our history, it is not an accident, but a national shame.No one heard us outside of where we were, scared, unable to continue, because there was no way to translate our heartbreak to someone who could help.To begin, let me state the location where this idea took hold of me: a small black-box theatre underneath the main theatre of a northeastern Mexican city. This city is densely populated and known for the tough, macho, balaclava-wearing men who roam in hordes through every colonia (neighbourhood). These men show off their AK-47s, which point to the sky through the half-opened tinted windows of their luxury trucks. These men stage shootouts on a ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bargaining Table
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Boards of Directors: Who Needs Them?
    • Abstract: This is a true story. A colleague of mine was fired without cause from his role as the artistic director of a small theatre company. While working for the company, he raised its profile, increased the number and quality of its productions, improved its audience numbers, extended its outreach and diversity, and greatly increased its public and private funding. And yet, without warning, caution, or complaint, he was called to a meeting in a coffee shop where the gutting news was delivered, and he was gone that day.In Canada, an arts board's power is like that of international border guards: the decision made, you are turned back at the border, and you are left without recourse for appeal.The point here is not about ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Collaboration Means De-Normalizing Normal
    • Abstract: A change in consciousness tends to need a catalyst.A change in consciousness tends to need a catalyst. An unexpected something to get anything going. A moment where you thought you had arrived somewhere, only to realize that the next leg of your journey is about to begin. And that's true here. I was approached to write about how to shift things when you are working inside the corridors of power. I am making the corridors part up, but you get the gist. I have been working with the National Arts Centre (NAC), English Theatre, for the past four years. During this time I have had the opportunity to engage with various theatre artists and companies and their processes in many ways, and to have an impact on certain ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Hoodrats 2.0
    • Abstract: Back, way back, before George Zimmerman cemented Trayvon Martin's modest hoodie as the twenty-first century's gangster marker, Native Earth Performing Arts launched a campaign we called Hoodrats. We gathered the theatre makers who excited us, who were making change in our communities. We asked everyone to wear a hoodie and meet us in a back lane in downtown Toronto where Leon Aureus took our photo. The text was "Local Hoods Take Over Toronto Arts Scene … coming soon to a theatre near you." We were prescient. A decade after the release of that 2006 postcard, those (theatre) rats have indeed infiltrated the 'hood. Marjorie Chan is the Artistic Director of Cahoots Theatre; Franco Boni has built a permanent home for ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Scenework
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      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Flood: And Other Misadventures of the Female Prisoners of the St.
           Lawrence Market
    • Abstract: Character NamesMary, petty thief, MississaugaIrish Mary, 8 months pregnant, IrishIryna, farm housewife, hysterical, UkrainianSophia, murderer, BlackVictoria, prisoner with multiple sclerosis / Jennie, Iryna's daughter /Other women prisonersGuard / Samuel, Iryna's son /Fred, Iryna's husbandOffstage Voice 1Offstage Voice 2The PlaceSpring 1887St. Lawrence Market Prison, Toronto, Canada(Darkness, muffled screams and words that we can't quite discern, water rushing. The lights come up on Sophia, soaking wet. The water gets louder and clearer, as do the screams. She tries to flee but realizes she is chained; she tries to pull the chain out of the wall. We hear the cracking of wood, so loud it is almost ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Editorial: Places, Spaces, and Practices of Performance
    • Abstract: Over thirty years ago, Michel de Certeau distinguished between places and spaces in his influential work The Practice of Everyday Life. Explaining that place refers to "the order (of whatever kind) in accord with which elements are distributed in relationships of coexistence," de Certeau tells us that place is "an instantaneous configuration of positions," providing "an indication of stability" (117). We might consider a theatre, the building itself and the specific physical areas within it, as a place: at a given moment in time, we can—with a level of precision and certainty—characterize the size of a stage, the position of wardrobe shops in relation to dressing rooms, the location of a theatre within a given ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Learning through Theatre
    • Abstract: Art Babayants and Heather Fitzsimmons Frey, editors. Theatre and Learning. Cambridge Scholars, 2015.Jan Selman and Jane Heather, editors. Theatre, Teens, Sex Ed: Are We There Yet? U of Alberta P, 2015.Theatre and Learning is a collection of twelve meditations on the themes of reflecting, risking, and reimagining that served as the organizing principles for the Festival of Original Theatre (FOOT) at the Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies at the University of Toronto in February 2012. The essays in this volume not only demonstrate the wide range of applied-theatre practices today but also challenge the distinction between applied and "conventional" theatre.Book covers of Theatre and Learning and ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Chamber Theatre Hintonburg Avoids Beautiful Lies
    • Abstract: If you want to create a masterpiece, you must always avoid beautiful lies.It is almost impossible to tell lies onstage when your audience is three feet away. As directors and actors working so close to our audiences, we have learned that we must rely very little on technique and trust instead that our sincerest emotions and the "magic if" are our most powerful tools. Our objective for Chamber Theatre Hintonburg (CTH) was to give form to the plays we love and to cultivate new audiences by bringing plays to them in places where they were accustomed to gathering. In our commitment to chamber theatre, we strive for superb delivery of the original text with only the setting around us. Text supersedes tech. Fifteen plays ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Agony and Ecstasy of the Storefront Theatre Movement
    • Abstract: I should start by saying that this isn't a smear article. In the age of outrage, I'm not really too interested in reading material written by people who are mad all the time. Rather, this is an attempt to ask some questions about the value of the storefront theatre movement and to start a conversation about what I see as pitfalls in the movement as it currently exists. I'm worried about the future while also participating in the present. Ultimately, this article is an attempt to unpack my relationship with indie theatre; like most romantic relationships in my life, it is best described as complicated.In Toronto, there are numerous storefront-style spaces. Generally, an arts venue is either a producing organization ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Inclusive Theatre Space: Bursting through Boundaries of Spatial
           Restrictions, One Project at a Time
    • Abstract: The relationships created between theatre companies and their audiences are always important but take on particular significance in relation to disabled audiences. In general, theatre companies express an expected, inherent respect for inclusion, but this attitude is often complicated by a Catch-22: one can argue that there is no need for inclusive theatre spaces because no audience members attending performances need accommodations, but potential audience members in need of accommodations are often unaware that such accommodations are available and so do not attend performances. The predicament does not arise from a lack of desire for inclusive performances but from lower-than-expected attendance and involvement ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Another Wonderful Day in the Yukon
    • Abstract: For locals in Whitehorse, the unconventional Theatre in the Bush performance is nothing new. It has been around for seven years, selling out almost every time (Ramshackle Theatre). The event usually takes place in mid-September, but for the 2016 Magnetic North Theatre Festival, Ramshackle Theatre decided to offer visitors a chance to experience this unique performance. In many ways, Theatre in the Bush was the most accurate encapsulation of the Yukon theatre scene at the festival.Not the first event of its kind to succeed in the Yukon, Theatre in the Bush echoes Longest Night, which took place around the winter solstice and offered a similar variety of performing and visual arts to Yukoners for fifteen years ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Drawn North
    • Abstract: It's almost midnight at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre in Whitehorse. There's a flurry of quickly downed drinks and a search for bags and jackets when a volunteer announces that our ride will leave in five minutes. We're crammed onto a large bus like kids on the way to summer camp, and we all watch, laughing, as one straggler comes sprinting out of the centre—and we're off. The midnight sun lights up miles of beautiful boreal forest as we hurry down the road toward Ramshackle Theatre's Theatre in the Bush. This is the furthest north that I, a lifelong west-coaster, have ever been.The bus drops us off under a canopy of string lights, the smell of weed and stealthy beers perfuming the air. Everyone is grinning ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Theatre of the Bush
    • Abstract: Cinemas always have some new way to experience film: 3-D glasses, smell-o-vision, moving seats. But there's already a place for performances that speak to the whole spectator, performances created to be touched and tasted and felt: we call it the theatre. And that full mind-body experience is what Ramshackle Theatre's Theatre in the Bush does best.The land is as important to these stories as the playwright, the actor, and even the audience. Some pieces used the aesthetic of the woods: a story about marriage created through striking, ephemeral imagery of a white bride running through a dark forest, seen by a handful of people and then gone. Others built themselves right into the woods: one performer hung guitars ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Journey through the Wilderness
    • Abstract: When one considers the likes of Punchdrunk in London, England, and Third Rail Projects in New York City, it is clear that large-scale, site-specific performances have made their mark in urban theatre capitals. Meanwhile, deep in the remote boreal forest of Canada's Yukon Territory, Ramshackle Theatre is literally creating site-specific theatre in its own backyard with Theatre in the Bush. Taking the audience on a guided journey through a wilderness labyrinth, the performances harmonize with the natural landscape, adding to the enchanting atmosphere.This harmony between natural landscape and performance was exemplified by Open Pit Theatre's stellar ensemble performance, in which the audience was placed on tree ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • There Are Strange Things Done in the Midnight Sun
    • Abstract: Imagine it's 10:30 p.m. You are on a bus bound for "the bush"—actually Brian Fidler's property, which includes his home, studio, and "romantic" outhouse. At a time when most plays are letting out, this experience is just about to begin.Each group took a different route through the bush. My group began by witnessing the liminal performers Eric Epstein and Cliff Cardinal summon musicians from (seemingly) deep in the woods to perform "Ripple" by the Grateful Dead. The ensemble was accompanied by Epstein on a mini Gibson. Our evening ended with performer Lucas Myers fretting, "I want to be unique, so I bring the guitalele, no one will have a guitalele and then fucking Eric Epstein shows up with a Gibson mini guitar ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bug Spray Buddies
    • Abstract: The 2016 Magnetic North Theatre Festival in Whitehorse took place on the unceded territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nations and Ta'an Kwach'an Council. Beyond facilitating space for an encounter between communities, both intercultural and artistic, it also provided opportunities to consider the relationship between space, place, and time, specifically how the sensation and quality of time change when it's midnight and still bright as day. Ramshackle Theatre's Theatre in the Bush was an enveloping experience, not only because it took place on a plot of land in the middle of a forest, but also because it was a carefully curated sensory journey in the midst of an already new experience.Neither of us had ever ... Read More
      Keywords: Barker, Keith; Theater; Indians in the performing arts; Indian theater; Indians of North America; Arts; Mexican drama; Drama; Theater and society; Multiculturalism in the theater; Agustin, Mick; Little theater movement; Community theater; People with disabilities
      PubDate: 2017-04-29T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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