Tagged: Canoe Festival 2015

The Canoe 2015 Salon Series

What It Is Podcast presents
Workshop West Playwright Theatre’s
Canoe 2015 Salon Series

The Canoe Salons were recorded during Canoe Festival 2015 (January 28-Feb 1) in Edmonton, Alberta. The goal of these discussion was to give performers and audience a chance to talk to each other about pressing issues in the imaginary, and real world, around us.

It was a pleasure to record these sessions for Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre so that they can be enjoyed at any time. You can download the salons on iTunes by subscribing to What It Is podcast or check out the links below.

Salon # 1: Get Out Of the Theatre
https://whatitispodcast.com/2015/02/08/canoe-2015-salon-1-get-out-of-the-theatre/
Salon # 2: When Does the Play Start?
https://whatitispodcast.com/2015/02/08/canoe-2015-salon-2-when-does-the-play-start/
Salon #3: Why Can’t I Get In?
https://whatitispodcast.com/2015/02/08/canoe-2015-salon-3-why-cant-i-get-in/
BONUS: Canoe Salon #3 Transcript

Canoe 2015 Salon #3: Why Can’t I Get In?

Recorded January 31, 2015

Panellists: Christine Frederick (Alberta Aboriginal Arts), Kelsie Acton (CRIPSiE) & Chris Dodd (Actor)

Canoe Salon #3 Transcript

A discussion about how to shift and diversify the narrative towards accessibility and diversity for both performer and audience.

Canoe Salons give performers and audience a chance to talk to each other about pressing issues in the imaginary, and real world, around us.

Canoe 2015 Salon #2: When Does the Play Start?

Recorded January 30, 2015

Panellists: Mark Harris (Murmur Productions), Megan Dart and Beth Dart (Catch the Keys Productions) & Ken Cameron (Productive Obsession)

A discussion about immersive theatre and how audiences want to play.

Canoe Salons give performers and audience a chance to talk to each other about pressing issues in the imaginary, and real world, around us.