Before there were Hats, before there were Cats, before there were Hearts, before there were Tarts…There was The Red King, who fell asleep and dreamt the world. But every few years, The Red King wakes up to have himself a stretch, and when he does we all disappear…POOF! Someone must take The Red King’s place, … More We’re All Mad Here (an interactive play by Kazz Leskard and Zac Scott)
Brennan is off to teach some workshops in Fort Saint John this week and next! FoJo 2014 is the first ever Performance Art Festival of its kind to be held in Fort St. John. Co-presented by Stage North and Spectacular Chair Factory, this unique festival will allow the opportunity to showcase the diverse talents of … More Physical Theatre Workshops at FoJo 2014!
Brennan was brought in to do some movement advising on this awesome piece of theatre! Come see NOW! Theatre’s first production ‘Patch’, which is part of Granville Island Cultural Society’s Summer at the Waterfront Series! Note: This play is taking place on Unceded Coast Salish Territories.ABOUT THE SHOW … Cast: Nhi Do Julia Christina Ray … More NOW! Theatre presents: PATCH
An awesome show that has closed, but that Brennan briefly helped out with! Post mortem posting! The Orpheus Project Opens July 17, 2014 Preview July 16, 2014 July 17-20, 2014 A very limited run. Book your tickets today. The Cultch 1895 Venables Street (at Victoria Drive, in East Van) An immersive journey filled with musical … More The Orpheus Project
Presented by: Pocket Atlas Reviewed by: Marissa Ker Ingredients: 2 brilliant performers – one Brennan Campbell and one Billy Stewart-Keed 1 kitchen (with everything but the kitchen sink) – cupboard, refrigerator, pots, pans, wine glasses (muffin trays optional) Slick sound and lighting setup 1 chef’s hat 1 apron 1 dress (for mother character) 1 neighbour’s … More THE ABOMINABLE AUTUMN: REVIEW AKA RECIPE
“The best way to describe it would be Love Actually meets Tales from the Crypt,” said local filmmaker Darryl Merpaw of his 90-minute brain-child Hybrid Moments. The feature film is split into five parts, each representing an already stressful time in five different relationship and then casting it into absurdity — like a man, after … More Hybrid Moments preview in the Edmonton Examiner
Check out this new clip from Queensland Positive People’s new commercial featuring you-know-who.