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An exploration of our complicated relation to weather

Fri, Jun 14, 20198:30 pm
Doors open
Front Doors: 7:30 pm Theatre Doors: 8:00 pm
Studio Theatre
Festival of Live Digital Art

Pathetic Fallacy


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Using a temperamental broadcast media green screen, this piece explores our complicated relationship to weather. Creator Anita Rochon set herself the challenge of creating a touring piece with a touring party of zero. In each performance a different local stand-in takes on the central role in a curious and hopeful show that draws a line between ancient weather gods and our present-day climate crisis.

Producer: The Chop

Text and Director: Anita Rochon

Projection Design: Candelario Andrade and Milton Lim

Original Projection Design: Jordan Lloyd Watkins

Outside Eye and Dramaturgy: Mark Chavez and Emelia Symington Fedy

Dramaturgy: Sarah Stanley

Lighting Design: Itai Erdal

Video Audio: Malcolm Dow

Guest Performer: TBA

Pathetic Fallacy is presented as a part of the Festival of Live Digital Art which runs from June 12th to 15th at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Check out our website for more information about the festival and other performances happening that week.

Ticket prices are inclusive of ticketing fee and HST. 

Please note that Queen's University and The Isabel promote a scent free environment. Thank you!