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Why Freud Fainted

Cellist, Co-Composer With David Reimer at Alberta Theatre Projects

One Yellow Rabbit Summer Lab Intensive

Cellist/Singer/Songwriter The Summer Lab Intensive is a three-week master class for actors, writers, directors, dancers and other performing artists with advanced study and/or some experience in their creative field. The experience is about transformation. The Lab teaches performance creation techniques, enhances your performance skills and stimulates your imagination. Throughout the process, we aim to fascinate, […]

Queen Lear

Pumphouse Theatre

Cellist Queen Lear opened at the Joyce Doolittle Theatre at Calgary’s Pumphouse Theatres in February, 2009, produced by Urban Curvz Theatre. I wrote the play as an 80th birthday present for my friend Joyce Doolittle. She starred in the premiere production, along with Georgina Beaty and Morag Northy on the cello. Written by Eugene Stickland […]

Blanche – The Bittersweet life of a Wild Prairie Dame

BLANCHE is set in the far corner of a 93-year-old woman’s mind. The songs are poetic family movies inspired by the indomitable spirit of a woman who survived the Great Depression, WW II and tragic lost love. Told through the eyes of her Granddaughter, BLANCHE is a mash up of folk, torch, jazz and chamber music; featuring piano, […]

Torch Songs from a Gypsy Van

with Onalea Gilbertson An intimate evening of original songs - torchy folk, prairie jazz style – featuring brand new songs by Onalea, and special guests David Rhymer, Donovan Seidle, Morag Northey, Doug McKeag, Rebecca Northan, Jeff Gladstone & Kris Demeanor. Onalea Gilbertson, Vocals/Piano; Jeff Gladstone, Guitar/Bass/vocals; Brent Van Dusen, Percussion and Dave Reid, Trombone/ Euphonium/Tuba, David Rhymer, Piano and Kris Demeanor, […]

The Vanishing Point – Alberta Theatre Projects

Martha Cohen Theatre

The Whole World’s a Stage: playRites 2013 On an abandoned French train platform filled with stolen artwork at the end of World War II, the female subjects of the world's most famous impressionist paintings emerge from their frames to tell their stories. sound design, composition, cello/voice written by Daniela Vlaskalic and Beth Graham