For those who could not make it to the TJLab outcome on December 1st. Here is a video* of the evenings work. Theatre Junction‘s TJlab sessions are an invaluable opportunity for artists and collectives like ours to have the ability to explore new material at a high level, within a beautiful, intimate space, with lights, […]Read More Humanoid Workshop Video.
There are 34 Citizen Laws. Not everyone follows them. 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. “How violent are the battles waged inside of ourselves to try and conform to […]Read More THE VOID – a short film
Some Monkeys got together to read a draft of Mike Czuba’s new work: After Us the Savage God. “One part (un)historical biography – one part biting satire on our modern media and political environment.” The history books all suggest Alfred Jarry died from a combination of malnutrition and a super-human consumption of alcohol. After Us […]Read More After Us The Savage God… a new work.
Dancing Monkey Laboratories is pleased to be able to share with you our production of SATELLITES that was produced at the Big Secret Theatre in Calgary, Alberta. October 2013. We are continuing to develop our mission to allow our original works to exist in multiple media and we are learning the how’s and what’s along […]Read More SATELLITES – Oct. 2013.
Here is a sample track from Nathaniel Schmidt’s soundtrack to Dancing Monkey Laboratories SATELLITES. Featuring the Kensington Sinfonia, Produced by Donovan Seidle. Album is available on iTunes now!Read More SATELLITES: Epilogue by Nathaniel Schmidt.
On January 12th, Dancing Monkey Laboratories short film “SATELLITES CAPTURED” will be presented at Cinédanse – part of this years Bouge D’ici dance festival. Bouge d’ici (formerly known as CoMotion Farm) was founded in 2009 to support Montreal’s up-and-coming contemporary dance artists. It was founded as a reaction to the lack of realistic opportunities for emerging choreographers […]Read More SATELLITES CAPTURED at Cinédanse in Montreal.