I’m an advocate for questions. One of the foundations of my artistic practice is striving to find the right questions to ask. Questions hold power and possibility. Finding the right question to ask myself or another creator can be the key to unlocking creative discovery. A really good question keeps revealing new layers. A really good question is a reminder that life is not fixed, but in a state of constant change, and that we can keep trying new responses, new ways of answering.
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“Is there repetition, or is there insistence? I am inclined to believe there is no such thing as repetition.” – Gertrude Stein When we began to talk about bringing Gertrude and Alice back to the Buddies stage, I felt it …
For the last four years, Brad Hart and I have travelled all over the continent, performing SPIN as a duet. We’ve met cyclists, music and theatre enthusiasts from Inuvik, NWT, to Vancouver Island to Newfoundland, and brought the story of the bicycle’s incredible, historic impact on women’s emancipation to some pretty far-flung places. And over the journey, the show has evolved, changed and grown up.