2016 Festival

Prophecy Fog

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Paper Canoe Projects (Toronto)
in association with The Theatre Centre
Written & Performed by Jani Lauzon
Directed by Franco Boni
Dramaturgy by Franco Boni

Prophecy Fog is a personal story of place and identity. Based on a journey to the Mojave Desert to visit Giant Rock, Prophecy Fog uses text, video, and music to weave a conscious remembering of ancient prophecies, rock teachings and star beings.

Once home to sacred ceremonies, UFO conventions, an airport, and Howard Hughes’ favourite restaurant, Giant Rock now stands covered in graffiti and surrounded by broken bottles. But Giant Rock has stories to share, if we are willing to listen.

Lighting: Melissa Joakim
Movement Consultant: Julia Aplin
Projection Design: Alex Williams
Music: Jani Lauzon
Additional Sound: Marsha Coffey

Schedule:

June 14:    9:00PM     Pay-What-You-Decide Opening Night     Reserve Your Spot Sold Out
June 15:    9:00PM     $25                                                               Buy Tickets
June 16:    8:30PM     $25                                                               Buy Tickets
June 17:    8:30PM     $25                                                               Buy Tickets
June 18:    8:30PM     $25                                                               Buy Tickets

Runtime: 70 Minutes. No Latecomers.
Disclaimer: use of a fog machine and crystal singing bowls

Location:

Yukon Arts Centre Studio, 300 College Drive, Whitehorse, YT

Special Thanks:

The Ontario Arts Council, The Theatre Centre, Native Earth Performing Arts, Ruth Madoc-Jones, Cady Williams, Justis Danto-Clancy, Remington North, David Cherniack, Tara Renwick, Don Koch, Trevor Schwellnus, Aluna Theatre, Marjorie Chan, Kate Ann Vandermeer and Cahoots Theatre Projects.

Additional footage of Giant Rock used by permission from David Cherniack. Originally developed through The Theatre Centre’s Tracy Wright Global Archive with additional support by the Banff Playwrights Colony and Native Earth Performing Arts.

 

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