From Dust to Dirt and Back Again
This interdisciplinary process explores ways in which we tell stories through the sensorial and visceral.
Using an eco-interdisciplinary theatre approach the team is redefining our conceptual relationships to our environment. The hope is to continue working towards a broader and deeper understanding of what captures young audiences most when dealing with the important and difficult issues around the cycle of life.
The common aim is to discover ways to encourage deep engagement with young audiences by experimenting with a diversity of content and form in our exploration of ecological narratives and move this towards production.
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From DUST TO DIRT WAS DEVELOPED IN COLLABORATION WITH PLAYWRIGHTS’ WORKSHOP MONTREAL.
Other support for space AND connecting with Youth by GEORDIE THEATRE AND LEGADOS INSTITUTE.
With the workshop
Moe Clark, Clea Minaker, Julio Miranda, Joy Ross-Jones, Monika Schneider, Julie Malenfant, Phoebe Yi Ling. (2022)
Workshop participating youth
Omar Zullo, Alice Denton, Mia Lina Martins, Clara Salter, Arthur Lander, Gabriella Germain (Geordie Theatre School youths)
& The Legados Institute (2022)
RESEARCH AND CREATION Supported by
Canada Council for the Arts
(Research and Creation)