Making Plays in Weird Places

Facilitated by Mariah Horner 

Date: Wednesday May 8th

Time

4:30pm - 7:00pm

Location

99 York Street

Workshop Description

Join Cellar Door Project Artistic Director and site-specific theatre artist Mariah Horner and make a play in a weird place at 99 York St. With devising activities that get you on your feet and out of your shell, attendees will write, direct, and star in their own short play in closets, corners, and hallways of an old house.

Mariah Horner

Mariah Horner is a theatre creator and producer based in Kingston. Recently she assistant directed Behaviour (Great Canadian Theatre Company) and Butcher (Theatre Kingston) and was the director of the Storefront Fringe Festival from 2016-18. Co-founding site-specific theatre company Cellar Door Project in 2013, she's created fourteen new works in Ottawa and Kingston in cemeteries, record stores, bars, parks and the Diefenbunker.  Up next Mariah is directing the Thousand Island Playhouse‚Äôs Young Company in Hana Hashimoto: Sixth Violin and developing a city-wide digital scavenger hunt called Search Party.

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