A journey into the heart of memory and madness…
A Multimedia Performance by Workman Arts, Directed and Devised by Ed Roy
A fusion of imagistic dance theatre and multimedia, Third Eye Looming takes it’s audiences into an episodic vortex of memory and madness. What brings us back from the brink of chaos? Therapy? Medication? Love? Third Eye Looming is one man’s journey through the onset of mental collapse, ecstatic vision, and holistic salvation. Third Eye Looming is all of our fears, dreams and hopes of losing and finding ourselves.
*Friday, May 2, 2014 at 8:00 pm Buy Tickets
*This performance will be followed by a reception and Silent Auction!
Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 8:00 pm Buy Tickets
Daniels Spectrum, Ada Slaight Hall (585 Dundas St. E.)
$25 General Admission/$20 Students/PWD
Ed Roy – Director/Devisor
Andy Moro – Projection Design
Lyon Smith – Sound Design
David Sweeney – Lighting Design / Technical Director
Denis Huneault-Joffre – Costumer Design
Susan Spagnuolo – Assistant Costume Design
Tracy Lynne Cann – Stage Manager
Joanne Smale – Publicist
Lisa Brown – Producer
Cast: Victoria Danyluk, Jake Chalmers, Kari Pederson, Jaene Castrillon, Sheri STRanger and Danica Brown
Workman Arts provides individuals who have mental illness opportunities to engage in creative activities that develop their artistic strengths in accepting and supportive atmospheres. Through participation in artistic and collaborative projects that encourage the exchange of ideas between artist and observer, and the shared collective experience of audiences engaging in performances or works of art, connections are made between Workman Arts Members and the public at large and the stigma associated with mental illness and addiction is eroded.
Visit www.workmanarts.com to learn more about their programming.
This presentation is made possible through the generosity and fundraising of students at St Clement’s School, Toronto.