Current + Upcoming

November 10, 2019: Soundwalk in North Vancouver co-created with Matthew Ariaratnam as part of “How Long Will These Sounds Sound?” Time and meeting location TBA.

December 8, 2019: Soundwalk in North Vancouver co-created with Matthew Ariaratnam as part of “How Long Will These Sounds Sound?” Time and meeting location TBA.

January 2020: Teaching as part of Bored Shmored at South Slope Elementary School, Burnaby, BC.

Recent

April - September, 2019: Minoru Manifesto, Richmond Public Art Artist in Residence at the Minoru Chapel & City Centre Community Centre.

September 1, 2019: Playing the Burrard Bridge Soundwalk presented by Vancouver New Music for Soundwalk Sunday organized by the Museum of Walking. Meet at 999 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC. 2pm. FREE. Read more in the Vancouver Sun and Vancouver Courier, and listen to the segment on the CBC Early Edition.

June 26-30, 2019: Other Inland Empires at Portland, Playhouse — Portland premiere! 602 NE Prescott St., Portland, OR 97211. Tickets $10-40. Available online.

May 22-26, 2019: Other Inland Empires at the rEvolver Festival. The Cultch Historic Theatre, 1895 Venables Street, Vancouver, BC. Tickets $15-22. Available online.

March 29-30, 2019: Directing Object Karaoke (2019) for Hand2Mouth at Artists Repertory Theatre, Alder Stage, 1516 SW Alder Street, Portland, OR. 7:30pm.

March 1-25, 2019: Artist in Residence at Caldera, Sisters, OR. Open Studio showing Saturday, March 23, 12:30-3:30pm

2018

January - December 2018: wayfinding // wandering, Artists in Communities residency with Matthew Ariaratnam at Sunset Community Centre, Sunset Ice Rink, and Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre, Vancouver, BC. Events Schedule

December 11, 2018: Assistant Directing Red Shift Music Society’s Still Life Continuum at the Orpheum Theatre, 601 Smithe Street, Vancouver, BC. 7:30pm. FREE

September 27-30, 2018. Secret City: Robson Square. My pod play Before the House will be featured as part of this event. Robson and šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énḵ Square. Bring a smart phone/headphones or borrow one from the Secret City tent. FREE. 2pm-7pm each day. 

July 12-15, 2018: Other Inland Empires at the 2018 FURY Factory Festival of Ensemble and Devised Theatre. Z Below, 470 Florida Street, San Francisco, CA. Tickets $15-$30. Available online.

May 23-27, 2018: Collaborating Director on Geologic Formations by mia susan amir at the Revolver Festival. The Cultch Greenhouse, 1885 Venable Street, Vancouver, BC. Tickets $15-$20. Available online.

February 27, 2018: Directing Object Karaoke with Hand2Mouth, Artists Repertory Theatre, Morrison Stage, 1515 SW Morrison St., Portland, OR. 7:30pm. FREE

January 30, 2018: Director and dramaturg for Megan Stewart's version of The Future Show by Deborah Pearson. Sawdust Collector at the Gold Saucer Studio, Vancouver, BC. Doors at 9pm, show at 9:30pm.

2017

December 3, 2017: Wall Street Listening Posts walk launch, Wall Street Community Garden (Wall at Cambridge), Vancouver, BC. 2pm tea & snacks, 2:30pm walk. FREE. Installation and walk co-created with Matthew Ariaratnam, funded by The Vancouver Foundation

November 16-17, 2017: Performing in Scott Adkin's The Anti-Gardener, directed by Ian McFarlane. Studio T at SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W Hastings St., Vancouver, BC. 8:30pm. FREE

October 24, 2017: Môj Gidget (solo) at the Alliance for Jewish Theatre 2017 conference, Central Square Theatre, Cambridge, MA

October 5-7, 2017: Other Inland Empires, Studio T at SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W Hastings St., Vancouver, BC. 8pm. Tickets $7 student, $10 SFU faculty/ staff, $15 general. Available online or at the GCA box office. 

September 9, 2017: Dramaturg for Matthew Ariaratnam's A Walk for 9/9/17, Vancouver, BC. 2pm. Meet at Andy Livingston Park. FREE

February 25 - September 4, 2017: Site Stories and Future Markers in Cause and Effect, ArtStarts Gallery, 808 Richards St., Vancouver, BC

July 8-9, 2017: Dramaturg for Robert Leveroos' Between Two Rocks, World Stage Design 2017, Taipei, Taiwan

June 20, 2017: Môj Gidget at Sawdust Collector, Gold Saucer Studio, Vancouver, BC

June 16-18, 2017: Môj Gidget at NW New Works Festival, On the Boards, Seattle, WA

May 27, 2017: Night Walk 2 with Radix Theatre, Vancouver, BC. 7:30pm. Meet at Broadway-City Hall SkyTrain. FREE

April 9, 2017: Embodied Emplacement: a multimodal walk shop, co-created with Matthew Ariaratnam, presented by Vancouver New Music, 2-3:30pm. Meet at the Anvil Centre (777 Columbia St.) New Westminster, BC. FREE

March 11, 2017: Edible Futures at the Cause and Effect opening, 2-5pm at the ArtStarts Gallery, 808 Richards St., Vancouver, BC

February 17-26, 2017: Performing in PEP TALK at CoHo Theatre, Portland, OR

February 10, 2017: Performing at BLiNK with Caroline Liffmann, Dave Biddle, The Russian Hall, 600 Campbell Ave, Vancouver, BC

January 11-13, 2017: Site Stories Exhibition at New Westminster Secondary School, New Westminster, BC.

2016

December 7, 2016: Small Temporary at The Spaces of Art: A Critical Conversation, World Art Centre at SFU Woodward's, Vancouver, BC. 6pm. FREE

November 24-25, 2016: Directing The Danube by María Irene Fornés; Studio T at SFU Woodward's, Vancouver, BC; shows at 7pm. FREE

September 22-24, 2016: Dramaturg for Between Two Rocks at Studio T at SFU Woodwards, Vancouver, BC 

September 16-17, 2016: Performing in PEP TALK at the Autorino Center for the Arts & Humanities, University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, CT

July 13 - August 5, 2016: Gidget research in Germany, Slovakia, Hungary

July 7-9, 2016: Panel moderation at the Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of the Americas Conference, Portland, OR 

June 19, 2016: Dramaturg for Solstice Dance at Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver, BC

June 15-18, 2016: PEP TALK at the Fury Factory Festival of Ensemble & Devised Theatre, San Francisco, CA

June 8, 2016: Personal Hastings History installation with Kids First, Vancouver, BC

May 15, 2016: Future Markers Community Walk (and cake!), 1pm, MacLean Park (meet on the corner of Hawks & E Georgia), Vancouver, BC

May 4-15, 2016: Future Markers part of NO LOST BLIPS exhibition at the Audain Gallery, 149 W Hastings St., Vancouver, BC