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Primal @ Your Doorstep!

May 13May 15

|Recurring Event (See all)

One event on May 14, 2022 at 6:30 pm

| PWYC

May 1st to 15th, order performances online at www.GetPrimal.ca
Friday, May 13th to Sunday, May 15th: ordered performance segments at your door! (Performed at a safe distance)

Saturday, May 14th, 6:30 PM full performance (ASL Interpretation)
The Bus Stop Theatre (2203 Gottingen St) + Online Stream (May 18th-20th) (CC)

Masking is required to attend this event in person, unless seated and drinking

ORDER A HOME DELIVERY

AND/OR

BUY TICKETS TO THE FULL SHOWCASE

An immersive theatrical experience delivered right to your front door!

Join The Unnatural Disaster Theatre Company for this bold devised theatre project as they explore the human cost of convenience that is paid when we order online.

Primal shares a glimpse behind closed factory doors at environmental racism, immoral surveillance, natural disasters, and more forms of worker exploitation that happens within corporations like Amazon.

In addition to a thrilling full performance at The Bus Stop Theatre on May 14th,  audiences can place an order for a unique short performance that will be packaged up, shipped, and performed right to your porch, driveway stoop, street corner, or front lawn May 13-15th!

Order as of May 1st at www.GetPrimal.ca

With a focus on eclectic creative storytelling through text, movement, puppetry, music and radical audience accessibility, Primal is a tragicomic theatre experience that asks the question:

If we can’t change the world overnight, should we be able to deliver overnight?

 

Full Production Credits

Ivy Abbot-Charles: Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer
Derek Brikbeck: Website Designer & Logistical Coordinator / Ensemble Performer
Olivier Blais: Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer
Xinyi (Frisia) Li: Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer
Sarah Mackenzie: Stage Manager
Alynne Sinnemma: Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer
Emily Ranson: Assistant Producer
Logan Robins: Creative Collaborator / Director / Producer
Sophie Wilcott: Assistant Director


Biographies

Ivy Abbott-Charles- Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer

Ivy Abbott-Charles (she/her) is a Halifax-based actor with a Master’s degree in Performance from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and a certificate in Puppetry Arts from Mermaid Theatre. She has performed and collaborated on immersive theatre, children’s theatre, and political theatre, working with many local companies including DaPoPo, Zuppa, and Eastern Front. Over the last few years, she has also delved into the film world, acting in several short films, TV shows, and commercials.

Olivier Bias- Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer

Olivier (He/Him) is a recent graduate of the acting program at the Fountain School for Performing Arts at Dalhousie (FSPA). An aspiring writer, director and actor, he is a co-founder of a bilingual theatre company in Halifax, the Theatre DesAssimilés (TDA). Selected Credits for Acting include The Dog in the Manger; People, Places and things; The Crucible (FSPA) Les Chaises; Les Mangeurs d’ail (TDA). Other credits include Concord Floral (FSPA) as an Assistant Director and Mentire (TDA) as a production assistant.

Xinyi (Frisia) Li- Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer

Frisia 李昕怿 (she/her) is a photographer, theatre artist and a travel enthusiast living and working in Halifax/Kjipuktuk. Born and raised in Chongqing, China, her most recent work Dear World (2020) is an ode to her multicultural background and extensive travelling experience (before COVID-19). She recently finished her BA at Mount Allison University and continues to dedicate her work in global connection and telling the stories of those who lost their voice.

Logan Robins- Creative Collaborator / Director / Producer

Logan (he/they) is an environmental theatre maker, improviser, puppeteer, educator, musician, writer, designer, and creator of exhaustive lists- based in the Sipekne’katik region of Mi’kma’ki (colonially known as Gaspereau Valley, Nova Scotia).

Logan is the co-founder and Artistic Director of The Unnatural Disaster Theatre Company, with whom they recently wrote/directed/produced the musical Hippoposthumous as a part of the 2021 Halifax Fringe Festival! Currently you can catch Logan’s work as a creative collaborator on Eastern Front Theatre’s Macro Digitals: Connections as well as performing as an actor/improviser in Outside the March’s production of The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries– an adventurous theatrical experience that takes place over the phone! Logan believes in theatre as a tool for social change and that all art should be radically accessible.

Alynne Sinnemma- Creative Collaborator / Ensemble Performer 

Alynne (she/her), a recent graduate of Acadia University’s Theatre program, is very excited to begin her work in Halifax’s indie theatre community! Selected previous roles include Rachael from One Man Two Guvnors’, with the Acadia Theatre Company and Grizzled New York City Cop from Giant Killer Shark: The Musical, with Kick at the Dark Theatre Company. In her free time Alynne takes aerial silks and acrobatics classes with Halifax Circus.


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Start:
May 13
End:
May 15
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PWYC
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