Category Archives: Performance

The Theatre on King

The Theatre on King

It’s an adventure – down a dark alley, at the back of a commercial building, and behind a metal door – and it looks more like a speakeasy than a theatre. I feel I should have a secret password to

The Theatre on King

The Theatre on King

It’s an adventure – down a dark alley, at the back of a commercial building, and behind a metal door – and it looks more like a speakeasy than a theatre. I feel I should have a secret password to

Bill James (Photo credit: Cylla von Tiedemann)

Bill James: eidolon

Bill James hadn’t danced in 30 years when he performed in a piece entitled October 16, 1978, created in 2013 for Public Energy, when James was Artist-In-Residence. A collaboration with 2 young dancers, Peter Hessel and Corey Wournell, the story

Bill James (Photo credit: Cylla von Tiedemann)

Bill James: eidolon

Bill James hadn’t danced in 30 years when he performed in a piece entitled October 16, 1978, created in 2013 for Public Energy, when James was Artist-In-Residence. A collaboration with 2 young dancers, Peter Hessel and Corey Wournell, the story

Paris, La Nuit by Dennis Tourbin; Photo credit: Nadia Laham

Totally Multi

“How great was that show Dennis?” Public Energy artistic producer Bill Kimball would ask artist Dennis Tourbin. “Billy there was video and performance art and holograms and a band and it was so totally multi you wouldn’t have believed it,

Paris, La Nuit by Dennis Tourbin; Photo credit: Nadia Laham

Totally Multi

“How great was that show Dennis?” Public Energy artistic producer Bill Kimball would ask artist Dennis Tourbin. “Billy there was video and performance art and holograms and a band and it was so totally multi you wouldn’t have believed it,

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

Erring 2014 Installation by Gillian Turnham and Hartley Stephenson

Erring on the Mount

I once determined, after a particularly retrograde period in my life, that my new goal would be not to succeed, but to commit to making 1000 mistakes. So I have a certain trust in error as a method, a way

Erring 2014 Installation by Gillian Turnham and Hartley Stephenson

Erring on the Mount

I once determined, after a particularly retrograde period in my life, that my new goal would be not to succeed, but to commit to making 1000 mistakes. So I have a certain trust in error as a method, a way

Brad Brackenridge with puppet from Lady and the Lapdog

Brad Brackenridge

You might not expect to find a such a compelling, finely-tuned actor in a small town like ours, much less one who also happens to be, of all things, a puppeteer. But, of course this is Peterborough, and we have

Brad Brackenridge with puppet from Lady and the Lapdog

Brad Brackenridge

You might not expect to find a such a compelling, finely-tuned actor in a small town like ours, much less one who also happens to be, of all things, a puppeteer. But, of course this is Peterborough, and we have

Work by Jane LowBeer

Jane LowBeer

The art of Jane LowBeer gives presence to the ordinary objects in our lives – a drinking glass, an eggbeater, a salt-cellar, a glue gun, a small potted plant, a fork. Full of motion and intimacy, the objects are not

Work by Jane LowBeer

Jane LowBeer

The art of Jane LowBeer gives presence to the ordinary objects in our lives – a drinking glass, an eggbeater, a salt-cellar, a glue gun, a small potted plant, a fork. Full of motion and intimacy, the objects are not