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  • evalynparry.com / Contact info
    mailing list Email First name Last name City Province State Presskit View or download an electronic press kit EPK Email Send a message directly to evalyn evalynparry com Snail mail Or if you prefer the old fashioned way Canada Post

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/contact/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / To Live in the Age of Melting…the Churchill edition
    that Elysha Poirier and I made in June 2015 This presentation is part of the TPM Buzz Series of new work We have a new dream team of artists working with us to create the new work Cris Derksen Erin Brubacher Charles Ketchabaw Elizabeth Kantor and stage manager Aidan Morishita Mikki We are working in hybrid theatre music radio form Part one is inspired by Glenn Gould s contrapuntal CBC radio doc The Idea of North from 1967 50 years later we took the train to Churchill following in his footsteps and interviewed people about what the North means to Canada The second part of the show is the part some of you may have seen before my remake of Stan Roger s song Northwest Passage exploring how the Franklin expedition my family folk music tradition and the human nervous system all intersect come be part of the process of us weaving many threads together Huge thanks and acknowledgement to the Canada Council for the Arts and to Theatre Passe Muraille in making this project possible More posts Gertrude and Alice come to Buddies Thanks Winnipeg Thanks Calgary A Letter From Annie Londonderry s Granddaughter SPIN in Winnipeg at Prairie

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/12/to-live-in-the-age-of-meltingthe-churchill-edition/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / Globe & Mail: creative habits…pushing boundaries
    theglobeandmail com arts music five habits that help evalyn parry keep pushing creative boundaries article26547347 More posts Gertrude and Alice come to Buddies Thanks Winnipeg Thanks Calgary A Letter From Annie Londonderry s Granddaughter SPIN in Winnipeg at Prairie Theatre Exchange High Performance Rodeo To Live in the Age of Melting the Churchill edition Globe Mail creative habits pushing boundaries Thanks Summerfolk A new job A postcard from Churchill MB

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/09/globe-mail-creative-habits-pushing-boundaries/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / Thanks Summerfolk!
    have been raised inside of the folk music community to grow up steeped in a living oral tradition of music and stories This unique subculture that keeps traditional music alive through festivals and house concerts non mainstream performance venues and dedicated networks of people who love to sing to tell stories and poems to dance and create community through sharing and celebrating and passing these traditions on It s an incredible community I feel my work as an artist in this community has often been about pushing at the boundaries of the tradition taking what I ve received and poking at it prodding questioning and interrogating the perspectives the points of view that we uphold I believe that part of the definition of a living tradition is about challenge and change to staying awake to how the old songs and stories change in relationship to our culture as it evolves to challenging ourselves as artists and audiences to never be complacent in our thinking but to keep asking the big questions Thanks Summerfolk for letting me ask those big questions on your main stage If you are looking for links to any of the material I performed this weekend here

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/08/thanks-summerfolk/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / A new job
    to take the reins of this groundbreaking company which has played such a significant role in my own development as a queer artist Buddies mandate and mission couldn t be more closely aligned with my own values and I look forward to continuing to create boundary pushing theatre on our stages with an even greater diversity of queer voices and perspectives More posts Gertrude and Alice come to Buddies Thanks

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/07/a-new-job/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / A postcard from Churchill MB
    following the tracks of Glenn Gould who s 1967 CBC Radio documentary The Idea of North inspired the journey He took the train to Churchill 50 years ago and i think it literally was the same train judging by the awesome interior decor and recorded conversations with fellow passengers aboard the train about the meaning and realities of North in the Canadian consciousness 50 years later we had the idea that the idea of The Idea of North was due for an update So riffing on Gould s theme we are seeking conversations with Canadians living in different parts of the country both North and South about what North means in our collective imagination and experience today The outcomes of these conversations Through an artist residency at Toronto s Theatre Passe Muraille we ll be sharing our findings this coming December in a live performance the project aims to create a longitudinal conversation between the Canadian North and South in this Age of Melting It s a conversation about culture and climate change and colonial history and Arctic Sovereignty about Inuit Aboriginal Metis and settler cultures about our images identities and experiences of the ideas polarities that make us a country and the very different realities we live in and with as Canadians Elysha is working on a brand new website that will archive the materials we collect Lucky for us also here in Churchill are Lisa DeLiberto and Charles Ketchebaw of FiXT Point Theatre who are story gathering for their amazing Tale of a Town Canada project On their website you can check out the podcasts they are making in addition to live theatre projects collecting living history about the downtowns of communities across the country No polar bear sightings in Churchill yet but have had some pretty interesting

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/06/a-postcard-from-churchill-mb/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / The Muskeg Express…to Churchill MB
    climate change and colonial history and Arctic Sovereignty about our images identities and experiences of these ideas polarities in an effort to create a longitudinal conversation between the Canadian North and South in this Age of Melting Know anyone in Churchill Been to Churchill Any recommendations or connections for us We are all ears Also I ll be playing an acoustic gig at the Churchill Legion on Friday June 12th

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/06/the-muskeg-express-to-churchill-mb/ (2016-04-26)
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  • evalynparry.com / To Live in the Age of Melting, in development at Theatre Passe Muraille
    hallowed halls In advance of the creative development period in December this June my collaborator Elysha Poirier and I are heading to Churchill Manitoba by train What Yeah it s a 40 hour train trip from Winnipeg to Churchill population 880 Why Churchill Well Glenn Gould s 1967 radio documentary The Idea of North which inspired part of this project was recorded in part on that train trip so we decided to follow in his footsteps or train tracks 50 years later and see what conversations we can have with folks about what the North means to Canada today and what Canada means to the North Plus this project is inspired by how climate change is affecting the North and thus the rest of Canada and the planet and Churchill is the most northern destination in Canada you can get to by train and that seemed right As in the right way to travel on a project about climate change Want to know more about where we re heading with the project and why Here s some further description More posts Gertrude and Alice come to Buddies Thanks Winnipeg Thanks Calgary A Letter From Annie Londonderry s Granddaughter SPIN in

    Original URL path: http://evalynparry.com/2015/05/to-live-in-the-age-of-melting-in-development-at-theatre-passe-muraille/ (2016-04-26)
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