During our residency at Theatre Junction in Calgary for their TJLAB sessions we invited filmmaker Kevin Dong to join us in the space and capture some moments of the Monkeys at work. #webeginwithanemptystudio is a short documentary to introduce ourselves at Dancing Monkey Laboratories. We are interested in researching, exploring, discovering and deconstructing what performance can […]Read More We Begin.
The latest instalment of *PAGE ONE: Actor Geneviève Paré reading p.27 of Humanoid – A LOVE SUPREME. A Night Play by Dancing Monkey Laboratories **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 […]Read More New – *PAGE ONE – Humanoid – A LOVE SUPREME
Dancing Monkey’s Melissa Tuplin is featured in this month’s The Dance Current, in the their column “What’s in your dancebag?” http://www.thedancecurrent.com/column/melissa-tuplinRead More Melissa Tuplin’s Dancebag.
A review from Bob Lichtenbert (meaninginart.org) of Mike Czuba’s Satie et Cocteau. Produced by Genesis Theatrical Productions. Directed by Elayne LeTraunik. Featuring: Scott Purdy as Cocteau and Dwight Sora as The Actor (Satie) “Satie et Cocteau” by Genesis Theatrical Productions (Meaning Grade: 89%) features surrealist poet Jean Cocteau’s attempting to deal with the death of his friend, the composer Eric […]Read More A Review from Chicago.
Dancing Monkey is very pleased to announce that our short film GOOD FORTUNE DRINKS TOO MUCH has been selected to be presented at Cinédance 2016 as part of the Bouge D’ici dance festival. The event will happen on January 29th starting at 8pm at the Mainline Gallery (3905 Boul. St-Laurent). “The evening will feature a series […]Read More “GOOD FORTUNE…” @ Cinédance 2016 in Montreal
Dancing Monkey Scientist Nathaniel Schmidt has uploaded the music from Satellites and the music from Karl Nimeni is not Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni. Here is a sample: Slow Spiral. Visit the full page here: https://soundcloud.com/nathaniel-schmidt-1Read More Nathaniel’s Music.
“The characters in Mike Czuba’s new tragi-comedy “I am I” may state in frustration that they hate postmodernism, but the show owns its very appeal to this fragmented, and yet strangely cohesive genius of narrative that brings together in a hodgepodge of at times entertaining, at times disquieting instances two highly neurotic (and charismatic) leading […]Read More I AM I – is waiting for you…