Untitled Landscape Project
March 9–19, 2023
“Those with their eyes peeled on the object cannot see it.”
— Heiner Müller
a Bad New Days production
Inspired by post-humanist thought, this new creation from Bad New Days brings fresh eyes to the age-old predicament of being human. An experiment in form that digs into our relationship to the landscape—both natural and artificial—and our nostalgia for personal and collective pasts in the face of environmental collapse.
Thursday, March 9 // 7:30PM (preview)
Friday, March 10 // 7:30PM (opening)
Saturday, March 11 // 2PM
Saturday, March 11 // 7:30PM
Sunday, March 12 // 2PM
Tuesday, March 14 // 7:30PM
Wednesday, March 15 // 7:30PM
Thursday, March 16 // 7:30PM
Friday, March 17 // 7:30PM
Saturday, March 18 // 2PM
Saturday, March 18 // 7:30PM
Sunday, March 19 // 2PM
Adam Paolozza // director, writer + performer
Victor Pokinko // creative producer
Kari Pederson // dramaturge + performer
SlowPitchSound // music + sound design
Since 2014, Bad New Days has established a unique presence in Canadian theatre creating visually bold and physically innovative theatrical works that explore the complexity of the human condition through a volatile blend of lightness and gravity, drawing from the theatrical traditions of the past and re-imagining them in a contemporary aesthetic context.
Bad New Days’ approach to storytelling offers an alternative to theatrical naturalism, giving primacy to the body, gesture and the image. They strive to be expressive beyond linguistic barriers and are searching for new theatrical forms evolved to respond directly to the times we live in, encouraging a more empathetic, engaged spectatorship.
Dates & Times
For each of our mainstage shows this season, we’re offering tickets at a range of price points, though seating is general admission, and every seat is just as good as the next. If cost is a barrier, this is your chance to get an affordable ticket. If you are able to pay more, this is your change to increase your support for the work onstage and ensure it stays affordable for those who need it.
Please note that we continue to ask all patrons, artists, and staff to mask while in the space. Audience members will be asked to provide proof of vaccination at reduced capacity performances.
For more information on our COVID safety measures, click here.