Animacy Theatre Collective Past Animacies

Pest Me Pet Me. Animacy Theatre Collective Workshop Production.

Pest Me Pet Me

PEST ME PET ME Lock your trash bins and oil your drain pipes. Raccoon is QUEEN in the 6ix. Pest Me Pet Me follows two raccoons who face off with two female roommates undergoing a suspicious renoviction from their downtown Toronto apartment. United by ongoing compost bin wars and raccoon Instagram funerals, the two species […]

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The Microscopic Child by Morgan Johnson, Masters in Environmental Studies, York University

About Imperceptible

Written & Performed by Morgan Johnson Directed by Alexandra Simpson Imperceptible is a multi-media and mask solo performance piece that looks at inland city dwellers’ relationships to marine ecosystems, and how these relationships can open conversations about environmental and social justice. The performance piece was developed from time spent volunteering for the Indigenous land defense

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Morgan Johnson and Alexandra Simpson as two salmon in Upstream Downtown. Animacy Theatre Collective in co-production with Common Boots Theatre. Created and Performed by Morgan Johnson and Alexandra Simpson. Directed by Martha Ross.

Upstream Downtown

Animacy Theatre Collective in co-production with Common Boots Theatre Created and performed by Morgan Johnson and Alexandra Simpson Directed by Martha Ross Music Composition by Anders Azzopardi Stage Management by Noa Katz Percussion by Stefan Hegeratz Poster Design by Madeleine Tuer Photography by Kathryn Hanson ABOUT After being evicted from their watery dwellings, Sojo and

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NEXUS by Alexandra Simpson, MA in Performance and Environmental Studies, University of Toronto.

About Nexus

Written & Performed by Alexandra Simpson Nexus tells the story of eight individuals living, working and crawling through an aging pipeline. Three workers hear a mysterious voice coming from within the pipe and decide to venture into the darkness to find its source. Ellis, a 16 year old activist, befriends a 2 million year old

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