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Host: Ted Fox    
 
Coverage of the shows presented by Scotiabank in the 16th Annual Toronto International BuskerFest for Epilepsy taking place Thursday August 27 to Sunday August 30,2015. Location is throughout the Downtown Yonge neighbourhood: Yonge Street all the way from Queen to College and surrounding areas (including Yonge-Dundas Square).   http://torontobuskerfest.com/
 
Mackenzie Muldoon, Entertainment and Marketing Director of Buskerfest. Gives a history and overview of the festival.  http://www.boobily.ca/Boobily/Boobily_%26_Kakao.html
 
Bex In Motion is a Fire and Glow Performer, Flow Artist and Hoop Dance Instructor.
 
 
 
Kirsten Edwards and Vanita Butrsingkorn, members of the Hercinia Arts Collective,  a multi-disciplinary company created by a group of dance, aerial and theatre performers.       http://www.herciniarts.com/
 
 
 
 

 

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Nicole Hamilton
 
Briana Templeton and Gwynne Phillips talk about An Evening in July, an immersive, site-specific, dark comedy that transforms the garden and parish hall of St. George the Martyr Anglican Church (also known as The Music Gallery) into the lavish home of two eccentric sisters as they prepare to host a garden party. Currently on in the Theatre Series of SummerWorks 2015. Last shows Saturday August 15th 7:00pm and Sunday August 16th 8:00pm.
 
Director Tatiana Jennings talks about the one-act absurdist play In Case of Nothing, showing in the Theatre Series of SummerWorks 2015 at The Box, 89 Niagara Street. Last shows Saturday August 15th 8:00pm and Sunday August 16th 8:00pm. 
 
 
 
Multidisciplinary Artist Liz Peterson talks about her performance of Performance About a Woman, a solo experimental piece that features intense interpretive dance, songs, poems and stand-up comedy. Running in the Theatre Series of SummerWorks 2015 at the Theatre Centre Lobby, 2115 Queen Street West. Last shows Saturday August 15th at 5:15pm and Sunday August 16 2015 at 4:30pm. Also highlights her collaborative performance Wildlife, produced by Events in Real Time, which addresses how our divergent beliefs and moral absolutes affect the time and space that we share. Shows at Artscape Youngplace, Studio 109, 180 Shaw Street. Last shows Saturday August 15th, 8pm and Sunday August 16th, 8pm. http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/performance-about-a-woman/    http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/wildlife/

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Yvonne Ng, Artistic Director of  tiger princess dance projects and founder of the dance series: made in Canada / fait au Canada (d:mic/fac festival). This celebration of cutting-edge Canadian contemporary dance runs Thursday, August 13 to Sunday, August 16, at the Betty Oliphant Theatre in Toronto and features 12 different dance events (including 6 world premieres and 1 Toronto premiere).     https://princessproductions.ca/dance/what-we-do/current-festival/
 
 
 
 
 
Choreographer Freya Olafson talks about HYPER_, taking place in the Special Presentations Series of SummerWorks 2015. At the intersection of performance, visual and digital arts, HYPER_ explores the limits of perception. Opens Friday August 7th 5:15pm at The Theatre Centre Mainspace, 1115 Queen Street West.   http://www.freyaolafson.com/       http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/hyper
 
 
 
Choreographer Meryem Alaoui talks about her piece, Sand Body, in the Live Art Series of SummerWorks 2015, and her role as dancer in the Dance Series shows: Amanda Acorn's Multiform(s) and Brandy Leary's Psychic Choreography.  See links for times, dates and venues.     http://summerworks.ca/2015/      http://www.softmatter.co/meryem-alaoui/

 

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Hosts: Ted Fox and Malgorzata Nowacka
 
Choreographers Karen Kaeja and Allen Kaeja talk about their production of Porch View Dances, which celebrates the stories of a neighbourhood and showcases real people dancing in real spaces. Takes place August 19-23 2015, 7pm (4pm on August 23), PWYC, Seaton Village, meeting at 84 London Street. Also a part of Porch View is The Wedding Brigade, a community dance project that invites everyday women (married or not--ages 10+) to join a beautifully staged outdoor procession of women dressed in wedding white.  http://www.kaeja.org/ 
 
Choreographer Emily Law talks about Street vs Stage, showing in the Dance Series in SummerWorks 2015. Ten of Toronto's contemporary dancers meet ten of the city's street dancers. Shows Sunday August 16, 9:00pm at Friday at The Theatre Centre Mainspace.   http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/street-vs-stage/     http://chimeraproject.org/emily-law-dance-artist/
 
 
 
Choreographer/Dancer Teoma Naccarato and Composer John MacCallum talk about Synchronism, their one-on-one installation in the Live Art series in SummerWorks 2015. Starting inside a private booth in the lobby of the Factory Theatre, individual bodies will spread further as the heartbeat of each volunteer is used to enliven a haptic and sonic installation throughout the Factory Theatre Lobby, for everyone present. Opens Wednesday August 12, from 4-7pm, in Factory Theatre Lobby.   http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/synchronism/    https://naccaratodance.wordpress.com/    https://ccinternaltime.wordpress.com/
 
 

 

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Host: Ted Fox
 
Yukon-based improviser Aimée Dawn Robinson on her production of "Ramble", showing in the Special Presentation Series in SummerWorks 2015. "Ramble" is inspired by the relationships that people have to the wild, and the politics of ancestral memory and forgetting. Opens Thursday August 6th at 5:45pm at The Theatre Centre Mainspace. Aimée is also offering a workshop as part of SummerLab, "The Space Wants You: Nature in the Wild City" on Thursday August 13. Visit SummerWorks at: http://summerworks.ca/2015/artists/ramble/ for more information about the show, and   http://summerworks.ca/2015/workshops/the-space-wants-you-nature-in-the-wild-city-workshop/ for more information about the workshop. 
 
 
Choreographer Anthony "Prime" Guerra  talks about the world premiere of Obeah Opera, an a cappella musical  steeped in black music with a diverse all-female cast of fourteen. Presented in association with Nightwood Theatre and b current. Shows August 4 to August 8 2015 at 7pm, with a Saturday matinee August 8 at 1pm. Baillie Theatre at Young Centre for the Performing Arts.   http://obeahopera.com/
 
Choreographer Aria Evans, Artistic Director of the Go To Company production "Desiccated," which is showing in SummerWorks 2015. It is a movement-based multi-disciplinary performance that merges contemporary dance, a live vocal soundscape, sculptural installation and video projection. Shows Saturday August 8th at 4:30pm, and Sunday August 9th at 6:45pm, at The Theatre Centre Mainspace. http://gotocompany.org    http://www.ariaevans.ca/
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 


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