Solo Projects.

In the time honoured, Rock&Roll tradition ( See Kiss ), The Monkeys are going to spend a little time on some solo gigs: various theatre, dance and music things, teaching – across the freakin’ country, community building and more schoolin’.

Monkey works will arrive, here and there, as art-things are hard to stop doing, but nothing full-on Dancing Monkey as we looks for some funding to take our dance-moves to new places; where we can continue to challenge ourselves creatively, and evolve artistically.

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Pic by Wise Photo – From Late Night at the Plaza.

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KARL NIMENI – The Show.

For those of you who could not make the performance, grab a cafe, or a drink, settle in, and check out the show.

**We’re looking into festival opportunities, or, if you’re interested in the material for your own production, give us a shout – dancingmonkeylab@gmail.com

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A Sneak Peek

On May 3rd to the 6th of 2018 – Karl Nimeni is not Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni will be returning to the stage. In association with Theatre Junction Grand’s NEXT STAGE series, Dancing Monkey will continue to investigate the strange and mysterious arrest and interrogation of the writer Charles Fleming. If you have to ask if something is true, it already is.

Photography by Harry Papavlasopoulos
Complete show images can be found HERE.

Written and Directed by Mike Czuba
Choreography by Melissa Tuplin
Featuring: Amy Sawka, Michelle Brandenburg and Melissa Tuplin.
Design by Leon Schwesinger
Music by Nathaniel Schmidt and David Burnett
Stage Managed by Micheal Luong
Costume assistance by Katrina Muller

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Left to Right: Michelle Brandenburg, Melissa Tuplin, and Amy Sawka. Design by Leon Schwesinger. Photo by Harry Papavlasopoulos

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Melissa Tuplin and Amy Sawka. Design by Leon Schwesinger. Photo by Harry Papavlasopoulos

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Michelle Brandenburg. Design by Leon Schwesinger. Photo by Harry Papavlasopoulos

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Melissa Tuplin and Amy Sawka. Design by Leon Schwesinger. Photo by Harry Papavlasopoulos

Karl Nimeni is not Dead – Trailer 2018

An international call was sent out to Nimenists far and wide to participate in the trailer for Dancing Monkey Laboratories new production of Karl Nimeni is not Dead – I Killed Karl Nimeni.

May 3rd to the 6th, Calgary, AB. Presented by Theatre Junction Grand’s Next Stage series.

*Karl Nimeni has yet to respond.

Participants:
1 – Jimmy Hayes
2 – Tracy MacNeil
3 – Chenise Mitchell
4 – Patricia Mckenzie
5 – Marie Curley
6 – Louise hedenskog
7 – Dirk Van Satralen
8 – Luke Sinclaire
9 – Tina Lambert
10 – Jason Roar
11 – Lora Randolph Mander
12 – Catherine from Norway
13 – George Kneiser
14 – Nina Gerschack
15 – Djed Moros
16 – Nicolas Marti
17 – Eric Cohen
18 – Sol Battaglio
19 – Vanessa Oliver-Lloyd
20 – Mike Czuba
21 – Sylvain Auclaire
22 – Gnome Eric
23 – Meghann Michalsky
24 – Binh Nguyen
25 – Phoenix Starllen
26 – Her Highness Sonja Rainey, 476th Queen of Gnomelandia
27 – Neil Napier
28 – Katherine Bjornestol
29 – Trevor Mark
30 – Sarah Start
31 – Chandler Smith
32 – Ksenia Thurgood
33 – Edmund Idziak
34 – Rebecca Moschopedis
35 – Sylvie Moquin
36 – Nathaniel Schmidt
37 – Melissa Tuplin
38 – Leon Schwesinger
39 – Amy Sawka

WE FOUND BIGFOOT!!

On January 31st, the Dancing Monkey Players presented Le Salon Des Refusés #2 at Cafe Koi, reading Mike Czuba’s play/screenplay/something called WAITING FOR GORDO*.

Introducing the Dancing Monkey Players (left to right on the stage: ‘Original’ Filsan Dualeh, Michelle Brandenburg, Dean Combitsis, Wil Knoll, Lonni Olson and Melissa Tuplin. (pics by Leon Schwesinger)

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There were hats!

*A play, based on a screenplay by Mike Czuba, Andrew Kenneth Martin and Gordon Currie, based ever-so loosely on another play by some other dude and influenced by a single episode of the Six-Million Dollar Man. In no way does the content of this play infringe on the copyright of any other plays with similar titles. Any similarities to any other persons or characters alive or dead is 100% coincidental and should be treated as such. If you have to ask if something is real… it already is.