“Oh Thank God You’re Here” – Sounds for KARL NIMENI

Dancing Monkey Laboratories is thrilled to be able to promote the haunting and beautiful music from our last production of Karl Nimeni is Not  Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni by long-time collaborators Nathaniel Schmidt and David Burnett, otherwise known as SIGNS & LETTERS.

Oh Thank God You’re Here scores the surrealist and cerebral live performance of Karl Nimeni Is Not Dead and is available to stream or purchase right now!

*Album artwork by Gregg Muller.

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REAWAKEN – New Music by Nathaniel Schmidt and David Burnett

This new music will debut as part of Meghann Michalsky‘s new choreography, REAWAKEN, that will premiere at Springboard Performance’s FLUID FEST on October 26th and 27th, 2018.

Composed by David Burnett and Nathaniel Schmidt

Engineered by Warren Tse
Produced by Warren Tse and Donovan Seidle

Donovan Seidle – First Violin
Laura Red – Second Violin
Jeremy Bauman – Viola
Kathleen De Caen – Cello

 

New Music from Nathaniel Schmidt

Musician, composer and Dancing Monkey, Nathaniel Schmidt, has been working with Project InTandem, creating the score to RESIDUE created by Meghann Michalsky & Matt Hall.

Project InTandem is a double-bill dance theatre production – the performances will take place at the Pumphouse Theatre in Calgary from November 9 to November 11. Along with RESIDUE, the event will feature VITAL SIGNS created by Sylvie Moquin.

Meghann Michalsky participated in Dancing Monkey’s WE MUST COLLIDE, and Sylvie Moquin participated in Humanoid – A LOVE SUPREME.

 

New – *PAGE ONE – REPRISE

The latest instalment of *PAGE ONE:  Actor Tristan D. Lalla reading p.39 of REPRISE by Mike Czuba.

**Page One is a video initiative by Dancing Monkey Laboratories to connect with actors, dancers, designers, and anyone else really, to read the first page of one of Mike Czuba’s plays (*or – a page from anywhere in the text, or the last page, or a collection of sections, eventually even the screenplays – it’s flexible – and contains many an ‘ish’ as is suggested by Nocturology‘s non-existent, yes strongly suggested, theatrical guidelines.)

THE VOID – In New York

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Dancing Monkey Laboratories’ short film THE VOID was selected to take part in the 5th annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film festival in New York, this May – Monday the 29th, as part of the “Trippy and Experimental” section.  

THE VOID is a short film based on Dancing Monkey’s new, in progress performance work – Humanoid –  A LOVE SUPREME

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Director – Mike Czuba. Dancer – Melissa Tuplin. Music – Nathaniel Schmidt. Shot and Masks – Leon Schwesinger. Costume Design/Construction – Katrina Muller. Animation – Samantha Scafidi. Sound Editing – Alex Bohn.