"Daughter" at the Theatre Centre

Daughter is one of those shows that just never quits!

We not only have our production of it at The National Arts Centre coming up in 2018, AND just toured it to Romania, but the Theatre Centre has just announced that it will be a part of their 2017/2018 Programming! 

Look how happy Adam is... Look at that creepy smile!

Look how happy Adam is... Look at that creepy smile!

The Theatre Centre is one of our favourite companies, because they support so many indie artists and produce some of the most provocative and engaging work in the country. Check out their amazing line-up of programming here

"Daughter" Goes to Romania

We're pretty excited to announce that Daughter has been picked up to perform at the Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Romania. If you happen to be in Sibiu on June 18th, boy have we got a show for you!

Click here for more details on Daughter's involvement in the festival. 

The Sibiu International Theatre Festival is the largest performing arts festival in Romania, and one of the biggest in the world. Over the course of ten days, the festival presents a range of international performing arts, including theatre, dance, circus, music, and more.

"Daughter" at the NAC

We're excited to announce that our and QuipTake's production of "Daughter" will be a part of the National Arts Centre's 2017/18 season.

This marks the first time Pandemic has been to Ottawa since our TEDx lecture in 2012!

There will be three performances in February 2018, followed by panel discussions after each showing with esteem speakers to discuss the larger themes of the piece. You can read more about the NAC's season here.


Pandemic Takes SummerWorks by Storm

SummerWorks was freakin' awesome this year! We saw some killer shows (shout outs to our friends d'bi.young anitafrika, Thomas McKechnie, Shadi Shahkhalili, Keith Barker, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard, ted witzel, Falen Johnson, Adam Paolozza, and Gabriel Dharmoo on some spectacular theatre), and we had two, count'em, TWO productions in the festival this year. And not to brag, but we think they were kinda the shit!

And so did others! Situational Anarchy was shortlisted for the SummerWorks Prize for Production. And Daughter was shortlisted for the Spotlight Award for Performance. AND to top it off, both were selected as "Best of SummerWorks" by NOW Magazine.

Accolades aside, festivals are great because they bring the community together. After show talk-backs, the special presentations by PechaKucha, countless late-night drinks. These are the things we enjoyed most. These are the things that harboured the discussion after the house lights came up. These are the reasons to make art in the first place. 

Speaking of late-night drinks: here's Tom, Graham Isador, and Jiv at the SummerWorks closing night party. What a bunch of toooooooooools!