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Due to construction in the area, please allow extra travel time when visiting Harbourfront Centre. Details here.
Artwork by Shary Boyle
Mlle Sténo: A previous collaboration between Shary Boyle and Christine Fellows
About Sharye Boyle:
Shary Boyle is a Toronto-based visual artist known internationally for her drawing, sculpture, painting and for her audio-visual performances. She is the winner of the 2009 Iskowitz Award and the 2010 Hnatyshyn Foundation Award. The national tour of Boyle’s solo exhibition, Flesh and Blood, premiered at the Art Gallery of Ontario in September 2010.
About Christine Fellows:
Christine Fellows is a songwriter and performer based in Winnipeg. Her live performances are “nothing short of sublime” (Georgia Straight). She has released five critically acclaimed solo albums, most recenty Femmes de chez nous (Six Shooter Records 2011).
February 18 23, 2012Theatre Visual Arts Music Family
Everything Under the Moon is the old-time shadow play re-imagined, a fantastical work of theatre told through hand-animated projected image and narrative song. This moving, absurd and heroic adventure follows two small, winged creatures on an urgent journey to save themselves. Created by two boundary-pushing Canadian artists, this spellbinding performance work will enchant and inspire discerning theatre-goers aged 5 to 105.
The February 23 performance will be followed by a longer talkshow, featuring Shary Boyle and Christine Fellows in conversation with Jon Davies, Assistant Curator at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery.
Join us on February 18 for an opening night party after the performance, presented with The Power Plant, and launching the World Stage 2012 season.
Everything Under the Moon is part of Fresh Ground new works, Harbourfront Centre’s national commissioning programme.
Don't miss a special matinee performance during Harbourfront Centre's Family Day weekend, HarbourKIDS: SK8 presented by RBC Play Hockey, running February 19 & 20.
Receive free admission to The Power Plant with the purchase of your ticket.
"A pair of enchanting performers."
– Globe and Mail