THE MURKY PLACE
AT WINNIPEG FRINGE 2023
Venue 8 - The Rachel Browne Theatre
Tickets: $12 regular / $10 for 25 and under (July 27 - 2 for $12)
ASL interpretation at all performances
Thursday, July 20 9:45 PM
Friday, July 21 4:30 PM
Saturday, July 22 1:15 PM
Sunday, July 23 1:00 PM
Monday, July 24 4:15 PM
Wednesday, July 26 6:15 PM
Thursday, July 27 11:15 AM*
Friday, July 28 8:00 PM
Fringe sets the ticket fee which is considerably lower than typical shows. We are happy to support this in hopes it reduces the barrier to see art. If you have the means, any donation towards expenses for this production would be greatly appreciated!
3 SOLOS. 1 SHOW.
My subconscious manifests through my hands, as mystic agents, compulsions, habits, and perpetrators of self-sabotage. As I am strung along on a journey guided by violin music and wayward emotion, I struggle to find my own rhythm.
"isn't this where"
In this work I dove into sound design. In a sonic landscape of recorded memories, I explore visceral knowledge and response. I became curious about epigenetic inheritance asking: What does the body know that you don’t? I question control or lack thereof - we are handed cards and have no say - these cards can build a mountain too high to climb or a house of history with too many rooms. This piece pushes attention, attuning to moment to moment subtle shifts of a physical form and passage through various levels of consciousness.
"Let's not stay awake through dark nights"
After learning the dark history of the lullaby "Sofðu unga ástin mín", I became mesmerised by the story of Halla and Eyvindur, who were outlaws in Iceland in the 18th century. I am finding an abundance of creative inspiration from the incredible life of Halla, and the play "Fjalla-Eyvindur" by Jóhann Sigurjónsson