Shumiatcher Sandbox Series

RAEL'S JOURNEY

Created by Andrew North 
Choreographed by Johanna Bundon

Feb 26, 2015 – Mar 7, 2015

Told through modern dance, Rael’s Journey is a powerful story of the struggle to face the past, accept ourselves and forgive.

CAST  
Roxanne Korpan Performer
Stephen Quinlan Performer
Brodie Stevenson Performer
   
CHORUS  
Laura Billet Chorus
Andrea Kinash Chorus
Keira Lorenzen Chorus
Carleigh Macdonald Chorus
Natasha Molnar Chorus
Mercedes Morstad Chorus
Josephine Penner Chorus
   
CREATIVE  
Andrew North Creator
Johanna Bundon Choreographer
Devon Bonneau Lighting Designer

 

CAST  

Roxanne Korpan | Performer

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  Sixty/Forty: Recent Works by Connie Moker Wernikowski, Blueprint Series (New Dance Horizons); End of Summer, Orange Leaves Falling (Rouge-gorge).

Upcoming:  A Moment in Space (New Dance Horizons).

Other:  Currently completing a Master of Arts at the University of Regina; working with local dance artists Caitlin Coflin, Michelle Korpan, Connie Moker Wernikowski, and Katrina Currie in a collaborative creation and performance group; instructor at Youth Ballet and Contemporary Dance of Saskatchewan. Thanks to Andrew and Johanna for this exciting opportunity and to my family and friends for their constant support.

Stephen Quinlan │ Performer

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  The Book Of Thel (Clea Minaker Company); The Water Thief (The Twelfth House); presented his own puppetry work at Festival Phénomena and Café Concret in Montreal.

Other:  Stephen is a graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland's School of Music, a puppeteer, and a dancer. Most recently Stephen has become a company member of Cabaret Décandanse who has had international success in the award winning cabaret La Soirée. 

Brodie Stevenson │ Performer

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  The Dietrich Group (2007-present); Toronto Dance Theatre (2008 – 2014); Throwdown Collective (2009-present); Dusk Dances (2008-2014); blackandblue dance projects; Peggy Baker Dancer Projects.

Upcoming: This is a Costume Drama (The Dietrich Group, World Stage, Toronto); We Don’t Need Another Hero (Stand Up Dance, Toronto).

Other:  In 2008, Brodie co-founded Throwdown Collective, a vehicle for ongoing collaborative creation.  He is the Chair of the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists – Ontario Chapter.

   
  CHORUS

Laura Billett │ Chorus  

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Performance: Excerpts from various ballets, including Pequita, Giselle, Yondering, In the Middle Somewhat Elevated, and original works by Rob Binet, Matjash Mrozewski, and other guest choreographers at Canada's National Ballet School.

Other: Trained at Canada's National Ballet School from 2006-2010.

Josephine Craig Penner │ Chorus

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  SQx Danza, working in Spain and touring British Columbia; Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan, performing in Regina, Saskatoon and Scotland (2013 Aberdeen International Youth Festival).

Upcoming:  Touring Canada with SQx Danza and teaching their professional training program.

Other:  Studying Chemistry at the University of Regina.

Andrea Kinash │ Chorus

Globe Theatre: Debut

Other Performance:  Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan performing in Regina and Scotland (2013 Aberdeen International Youth Festival); 2014 Saskatchewan Health Care Excellence Awards; South Saskatchewan Youth Orchestra, and other local performances. 

Other:  Pursuing an Actuarial Science degree at the University of Regina.

Keira Lorenzen │ Chorus

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  Trained with Class Act Performing Arts Studios, Youth Ballet and Contemporary Dance of Saskatchewan, Quinte Ballet School of Canada and the School of Alberta Ballet.

Carleigh Macdonald | Chorus

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan for eight years, performing in Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Scotland (2013 Aberdeen International Youth Festival); Secret Society in Sixty/Forty: Recent Works by Connie Moker Wernikowski (New Dance Horizons). 

Other:  Carleigh is currently an Arts student at the University of Regina.

Natasha Molnar-Fluter | Chorus 

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  SQx Danza, an international company based in British Columbia; Secret Society in Sixty/Forty: Recent Works by Connie Moker Wernikowski (New Dance Horizons); Youth Ballet Company of Saskatchewan Performing Company performing in Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Scotland (2013 Aberdeen International Youth Festival).

Other:  Studying Mathematics at the University of Regina.

Mercedes Morstad │ Chorus

Globe Theatre:  Debut

Other Performance:  Trained with Ann Kipling Brown, Darla Faal and Charlotte Roetteger; numerous performances in Regina and Estevan.

Other:  Mercedes is currently completing an Arts Education degree at the University of Regina with a major in visual art and a minor in dance.
   
  CREATIVE

Andrew North │ Creator

Globe Theatre:  Director:  Living In The Spaces, Having Hope at Home, Tuesdays with Morrie, Doubt, A Parable and Rage.

Other Theatre:  Stage Management for 11 seasons at the Stratford Festival.

Other:  Graduate of the Ryerson Technical Production Program; Winner of the Dean’s Award for Directing at Ryerson; Winner of two Tyrone Guthrie Awards at the Stratford Festival.

Johanna Bundon │ Choreographer

Globe Theatre:  Choreographer:  A Clean House, A Christmas Carol, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Alice Nocturne, Peter Pan, Pride & Prejudice, Much Ado About Nothing; Creator/Performer:  Scribe & Gretel, A Thirst Undone, and WhyRobotsMakeBetterLovers.

Upcoming:  A Date With The Night (Globe Theatre Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).

Other:  Johanna Bundon is a dancer, choreographer, and improviser. The Globe Theatre’s Sandbox Series, New Dance Horizons, and the National Arts Centre Prairie Scene Festival have presented her choreography. Most recently, her choreographic practice has been nurtured through a Western Canadian tour of the Prairie Dance Circuit with collaborator Bee Pallomina. Johanna is also one half of Dream Agreement, a partnership which works with the guiding principles of improvisation to foster civic community, creative experience, and community dialogue in Regina. www.johannabundon.com

Devon Bonneau │ Lighting Designer

Globe Theatre: Sound Designer: Henry and Alice: Into The Wild; Lighting Designer: Alexander Abrams’ Magical Space Boots, Fusion Project: Touch; Lighting and Sound Designer: Salt Baby.
Other Theatre: Sound Designer: The Velveteen Rabbit, Over the River and Through the Woods (Regina Little Theatre); Swept off our Feet (Regina Summer Stage); Lighting Designer: Leading Ladies, Over the River and Through the Woods (Regina Little Theatre); Director: Tuesdays and Sundays, Music Therapy with Terrance (Regina Little Theatre).

Other: Globe Theatre’s Technical Director: 2012-2014; Touring Production Manager: A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline; currently the Sandbox Series Studio Technician.

 

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