HATCH

Q&A with HATCH artists, WIVES on This Is a Costume Drama

HATCH is a situation where new performance and new audiences encounter one another in the spirit of inquiry. This year, artists participating in the HATCH residency are sharing insight on their projects in relation to the other work playing here at Harbourfront Centre – thinking through and sharing ideas across our performing arts programming. In this post, curator Evan Webber …

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Get to know one of the HATCH residents, Amelia Ehrhardt

HATCH is a situation where new performance and new audiences encounter one another in the spirit of inquiry. This week, dance artist and choreographer Amelia Ehrhardt starts her work at the Studio Theatre. HATCH 11 Curator Evan Webber talked to her about preparation. You’ve been performing a lot as well as teaching – peripatetic, right? I often wonder whether a …

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Get to know HATCH residents, the red light district

HATCH is a situation where new performance and new audiences encounter one another in the spirit of inquiry. The red light district’s ted witzel and Lauren Gillis have worked together a lot. But this time it’s different – they’re sharing the direction of their new project, the marquise of O—. We asked them to say are few words about where they’re …

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Amelia Ehrhardt thinks about manipulation in Disabled Theater

HATCH is a situation where new performance and new audiences encounter one another in the spirit of inquiry. This year, artists participating in the HATCH residency are sharing insight on their projects in relation to the other work playing here at Harbourfront Centre – thinking through and sharing ideas across our performing arts programming. In this post, curator Evan Webber …

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Questions: On Kleist and Heti

HATCH is a situation where new performance and new audiences encounter one another in the spirit of inquiry. This year, artists participating in the HATCH residency are sharing insight on their projects in relation to the other work playing here at Harbourfront Centre – thinking through and sharing ideas across our performing arts programming.

In this post, curator Evan Webber asks Ted Witzel and Lauren Gillis, also known as the red light district to share their thoughts on the World Stage co-production of All Our Happy Days Are Stupid written by Sheila Heti.

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Digital BlackBox present the final Hatch show of the season

The Studio Theatre has been transformed into a motion capture technology hub this week as Digital BlackBox rehearses for the final Hatch presentation of 2014, Faster Than Night. Be sure to come down to Harbourfront Centre this Saturday May 3rd at 2pm or 8pm to see this novel melding of live performance and 3-D animation.

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BroadFish: examining our obsession with Fairy Tales, magic and weddings

Award winning actor writer and producer Melissa D’Agostino is in the Studio Theatre this week preparing for the public presentation of her new work BroadFish this Saturday April 19th at 8pm as part of HATCH 2014. BroadFish is a live theatre experiment that integrates folktales, music, improvisation and motion pictures to explore the thin line between reality and fantasy, relationships and romance, and the power of myth in our everyday lives.

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HATCH 2014 launches with #legacy

The first HATCH company of the 2014 season loaded in to the Studio Theatre today. Rob Kempson and the team behind #legacy will be in residence this week, working on an exciting project that explores the idea of legacy as seen through the eyes of 3 women over the age of 65 and Twitter. How are our representations of self defined by this particular online media and what is ultimately left behind? Join them for presentations at 2:00pm and 8:00pm this Saturday April 12th to be a part of this touching performance experiment.

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The 2014 HATCH season is almost underway

We are just a couple of weeks away from the first presentation of the 2014 HATCH season. Under the guidance of Guest Curators, Michael Wheeler and Aislinn Rose of Praxis Theatre, this season’s focus is on the meeting of performance and online technology.

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HATCH: celebrating 10 years of new performance

In anticipation of the launch of Harbourfront Centre’s online hub for HATCH 2014, including complete details about this year’s participating artists, it’s a great time to reflect on the experiences of some the past participants.

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