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2013 festival

Curatorial Statement – Turning Point Ensemble

December 17, 2012

I’m Jeremy Berkman, the trombonist and an Artistic Director with Turning Point Ensemble. While I’d like to say I know everything about our upcoming presentation and can share this vast knowledge, the most exciting part […]

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Club PuSh – Curatorial Statement

December 14, 2012

After shows at Club PuSh, delighted patrons often ask me, “What’s the secret of Club curation? Do you and Norman and Veda have a magic formula?” One would think that they would be busy stargazing, […]

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Curatorial Statement – Cédric Andrieux

December 11, 2012

Curatorial Q and A with Dani Fecko, Associate Curator of the PuSh Festival When did you first encounter this work?I first saw this show at the TBA Festival in Portland in September of 2010. (The same festival […]

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Curatorial Statement – Still Standing You

December 11, 2012

This is simply whacked out. Two guys go at each other. I mean, really go at each other. Animalistic, hedonistic, brutalistic, even prehistoric… It’s not dance, it’s not theatre. There are no visuals, no recorded […]

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Veda On Club PuSh

December 04, 2012

Club PuSh is a dynamic space that is all about experimentation— cutting-edge performance suited for a less traditional, more informal venue. It’s also the social hub of the Festival and the best place to grab […]

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Curatorial Statement – Ride The Cyclone

November 20, 2012

Ride The Cyclone by Atomic Vaudeville (Victoria, Canada) * Why did you choose to include this show in the Arts Club season? 
Ride the Cyclone played the Revue Stage last season and we felt it would be […]

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Curatorial Statement – Fiction(s)

November 20, 2012

CIUDADES PARALELAS / Station / Sometimes I Think I Can See You from Cork Midsummer Festival on Vimeo. Here at PuSh, the shows Sometimes I think, I can see you, Human Library, and Do You See What […]

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Curatorial Statement – A Crack In Everything

November 14, 2012

zoe|juniper in A Crack In Everything | Photo Christopher Duggan Innovative…. engaging… daring… and this is just the beginning.  Having just launched Creative Collaborations- an inspired dialogue with Crystal Pite and Robert Lepage, Simon Fraser […]

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