This is the third addendum to the Digital Theatre Manifesto I wrote back in January 2021 for Intermission Magazine. Kindness and Communication In the original manifesto document for Intermission Magazine, I wrote: Most artists can take a tiny budget and produce magic. We’re constantly creating new worlds, images and stories with nothing but shoestrings and determination. That is […]Read More Digital Manifesto: Addendum #3
This is the second addendum to the Digital Theatre Manifesto I wrote back in January 2021 for Intermission Magazine. Be Ambitious!! I just had the honour of being involved in Wil Knoll’s digital production of David Ellis Heyman’s one-act play Digby & Glass. Wil’s bold concept, imagined the play as a site-specific, lived streamed performance, for […]Read More DIGITAL MANIFESTO: ADDENDUM #2
We wanted to make a separate post for this to make it easier to find. With all the digital offerings out right now, this production can be used as a foundational structure and style. Dancing Monkey is going to continue to explore this platform, even when we can re-engage with live audiences. We will construct […]Read More LIKE TOM CRUISE LOVES RUNNING – Full Show
This will no doubt be the first of many addendums to the Digital Theatre Manifesto I wrote back in January for Intermission Magazine. Artists, when you are contracted by a festival or a production entity or even an academic institution, to film and stream your work, either live or to be broadcast at a later […]Read More Digital Manifesto: Addendum #1
On March 19th, South Simcoe Theatre presented a streamed reading of Mike Czuba’s full length work AFTER MOURNING, a play about Johanna Bonger, the woman who saved Vincent vanGogh’s art. Cast & Production Team of After Mourning Top Row L to R: Jason Wilson (Theo van Gogh/Johan Cohen-Gosschalk), Diana Poulsen (Narrator/Director), Angie Carnegie (Johanna Bonger, older)Bottom Row […]Read More AFTER MOURNING in Ontario.