This is a version of a paper that I was supposed to give at a conference at York University at the end of the month – which unfortunately was cancelled due to Covid-19. So I decided to turn it into a Dancing Monkey Performance Paper. This is part two of the ‘Thr(3)e Dimensional Text‘ series, […]Read More An Alt-Traditional Structure
A very successful premiere reading was presented at Glenbow Museum, in November 2019, which was followed by two more staged readings. January 19th in Red Deer, Alberta, by the Red Deer Players, and then the US premiere reading on February 8th, at The Art Studio in Beaumont, directed by Elayne LeTraunik. **The Next reading will […]Read More Upcoming Staged Readings of ‘AFTER MOURNING’
Ahead of the staged reading happening at The Art Studio Inc. in Beaumont Texas (Feb 8th), their in-house paper ISSUE, wrote this fantastic piece, talking about the play and Johanna. Article by Stephan Malick, ISSUE staff writer, with quotes by director Elayne LeTraunik. Full article can be found HERE.Read More Beaumont, TX, talking Johanna
We are pleased to announce that Mike Czuba’s latest One-Act play, ‘Clean Up on Aisle Go Fuck Yourself‘ will premiere at the Calgary Fringe, in August, 2020. It’s going to get loud. “Clean up on Aisle Go Fuck Yourself” is a conceptual MixTape in the form of a play – surreal, absurd, offensive and uncomfortable […]Read More Dancing Monkey will ask you to Go F#@K Yourself at the Calgary Fringe, 2020.
Dancing Monkey Laboratories in partnership with Glenbow Museum, will host a staged reading of Mike Czuba’s new work, AFTER MOURNING, a play about Johanna Bonger, the woman who saved Van Gogh. The event will take place in their theatre space on November 3rd at 2pm. In 1924, a man from London’s National Gallery visits Johanna […]Read More A Reading at Glenbow Museum
A new one act by Mike Czuba. “Clean up on Aisle Go Fuck Yourself” is a conceptual MixTape in the form of a play – surreal, absurd, offensive and uncomfortable in a poor-theatre style. Topics jump randomly fast between themselves, never settling, never completing, just building on top of themselves testing what it means to […]Read More Clean Up on Aisle Go F#ck Yourself
“…there is much that we admired in the script…the fluid structure, the heartfelt exploration of the bonds between the characters and, perhaps most importantly, the introduction to a woman who seems to me to have been lost to history” Bob White – Stratford Theatre Festival “Overall our readers felt that this was a moving and […]Read More AFTER MOURNING. A new play by Mike Czuba.