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PRODUCTION HISTORY

2018-    The House Left Standing by Priscilla Yakielashek- Workshop and New Play Development, Studio 320. Two phases of development and dramaturge of a new script starting in 2016

2017        Tender Napalm by Philip Ridley- A Co-Production with Theatre by the River, Creative Manitoba.

2015        Sapientia by Roswitha- A Co-Production with Aztec Theatre and Mia van Leeuwen, Studio 320.

               Whitechapel Redemption by Ardyth Johnson- New Play Development and Production in Bouffon Clowing, Studio 320.

2014        The House Left Standing by Priscilla Yakielashek – Staged Reading, PTE Carol Shields Festival of New Works

2013        Maple Route by Jeremy Scarth BowkettNew Manitoba Play Production, Colin Jackson Studio. Staged Reading, PTE Carol Shields Festival of New  Work, 2012.

2011        Master Orloff and Madame Clodille by Brenda McLean and Christopher Sobczak, New Play Development and Production, Winnipeg Fringe  Festival, Studio 320.

               Dionysus is Getting Impatient by Brenda McLean, New Play Development and Production, StrindbergFest, Studio 320

2010        Some Light Undergroun’ by Lisa Martens – Staged Reading, PTE Carol Shields Festival of New Works

               Not, Not, Not, Not, Not… Enough Oxygen by Caryl Churchill, Double Bill Production, ChurchillFest, Studio 320

               Far Away by Caryl Churchill- Double Bill Production, ChurchillFest, Studio 320

2008        Verge-In by Brenda McLean and Shawn Kazubowski-Houston, Co- Production with Teatr Korzenie, New Play Production 2004 Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Remount Co-Production with Sarasvàti Productions FemFest 2008.

                 Guernica by Brenda McLean, Magdalena Kazubowski-Houston and Ensemble- New Play Production, Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Studio 320

                  Boston Marriage by David Mamet- Production, MametFest, Studio 320

2007        Arcadia by Tom Stoppard- Production, StoppardFest, Studio 320

2006        The Hairy Ape by Eugene O’Neill- Production, O’NeillFest, Studio 320

                Men Seldom Make Passess at Girls Who Wear Glasses by Dorothy Parker, New Production Creation, Studio 320 and remounted for WPG Fringe Festival 2007

Older-      The Girlhood of Shakespeare’s Heroines, Stop Kiss, Jack and Jill, Pounding Nails in the Floor With My Forehead, Fool For Love, Out at Sea, Orphans.

 

PRESS/REVIEWS

2015        The Winnipeg Free Press– “Sapientia”, The Buzz Feed by Randall King, 10/22/2015. http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and life/entertainment/arts/the-buzz-335570411.html

2014        The Uniter– “Setting the Stage: Theatre Incarnate gears up for its 18th production” by Deborah Remus, 10/08/2014. http://uniter.ca/view/setting-the-stage#.VDlm6OF6r9A.facebook

2014        Winnipeg Free Press– “West End Woman enjoys being onstage and off”, 04/16/2014 http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/metro/West-End-woman-enjoys-being-onstage-and-off-254777891.html

2013        Winnipeg Free Press– “Long Hard Road- Play examines atrocities…of Canadians” by Kevin Prokosh 09/19/2013. http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/arts-and-life/entertainment/arts/long-hard-road-224361641.html

2013        CBC Manitoba Scene– “Manitoba play Maple Route a searing drama about PTSD” by Joff Schmidt, 09/20/2013. http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/scene/theatre/2013/09/20/manitoba-play-maple-route-a-searing-drama-about-ptsd/index.html

2013        CBC Manitoba Scene– “Small Winnipeg Theatre Companies taking Centre Stage in September” by Joff Schmidt 09/12/2013. http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/scene/theatre/2013/09/12/september-theatre-preview/

2012        CBC Manitoba Scene– “The CBC Review Crew’s favourite shows of Fringe ‘12” July 26, 2012. http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/scene/theatre/2012/07/26/fringe-the-cbc-review-crews-favourite-show-of-fringe-12/#.UBH8M7I-9Nd.facebook

 

QUOTES

“From an aesthetic point of view, this is a remarkably well-composed piece of theatre; from the design to the costuming to the very structure and sound; there’s a strong sense of unity. There’s a great pleasure derived simply from the rhythmic progression, and in the contrasts between noise and silence.”-Kenton Smith, The Uniter on Dionysus is Getting Impatient (Feb 2011

“You have to admire the trio’s fearless physicality and unwavering commitment to their characters; they were absolutely riveting to watch move against the stark white set”- Jen Zoratti, Uptown Magazine on Dionysus is Getting Impatient (Feb 2011)

“Kudos to Theatre Incarnate for a thoughtful, high-calibre contribution to ChurchillFest. These works are wakeup calls rather than entertainments, but anyone who is taking the opportunity to explore this challenging playwright’s oeuvre should certainly put this double bill on their list.”- Allison Mayes on Not not not not enough Oxygen and Far Away, ChurchillFest (Jan 2010)

“Some folks will hate this. It’s dark, challenging and potentially offensive. It’s also everything fringe theatre should be: daring, unapologetic and artful…the work that went into the faultless choreography is evidenced…”- Mike O’Brien on Guernica (July 2008)

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

2011        Best Design of the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, CBC for Master Orloff

2009        Best of the Decade– Winnipeg Free Press Dec. 31st, for Arcadia

2008        Top Ten of the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, CBC Mike O’Brien, “5 Stars”, for Guernica

2008        Best Performance Ensemble, Winnipeg Free Press Kevin Prokosh for                          Boston Marriage

2006        Top Ten of the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, Uptown Magazine, Barb                            Stewart, for Men Seldom…

1999        Best of the Fringe Festival, Winnipeg Sun, Jill Wilson for Jack and Jill

 

AFFLICIATIONS

2014        Winnipeg Independent Theatre(WIT)- WIT exists to share resources, develop marketing synergies, and foster support for independent theatre with the goal of strengthening individual and collective profiling and patronage. http://www.winnipegindependenttheatre.com