RBC Emerging Artist Residency

Introducing Limbus Work

Based in the Great Toronto Area (GTA), Limbus Work is a theatre company that aims to bridge social justice/activism and community engagement through theatrical exploration. Formed by young artists/activists with diverse lived experience, Limbus Work strives to create platforms for marginalized voices and shed light on the imminent social issues through storytelling and movement.

 

 

21.22 RBC Emerging Artist Focus

In response to the continued artistic isolation facing many artists as live performance continues to navigate the new normal, the focus for this year’s program is on Collective Artistic Process. Canadian Stage is interested in groups of artists, working collaboratively on a single project or research question. The RBC Emerging Artists program continues to encourages collective process, working with artists across disciplines and experiences, and cross-pollination of artistic ideas.

The collective/group can choose to work on a specific performance piece, either brand new or in process, and/or the space can be used to explore performance experiments and curiosities.



Past participants of the Canadian Stage RBC Artist Development Residency

nisha ahuja, d’bi.young anitafrika, Gideon Arthurs, Liza Balkan, Augusto Bitter, Laura Bolton, David Brock, Lauren Brotman, Claire Calnan, Anna Chatterton, Lisa Codrington, Ashlie Corcoran, David S. Craig, Ryan Cunningham, Melissa D’Agostino, Mikaela Davies, Spy Dénommé-Welch, Alan Dilworth, Chris Dupuis, André du Toit, Waawaate Fobister, Gil Garratt, Karen Gilodo, Jack Grinhaus, Brendan Healy, Syreeta Hector, Elif Isiközlü, Joel Ivany, Reza Jacobs, Ravi Jain, Marcia Johnson, Njo Kong Kie, Moynan King, Scott Lale, The Live Cinema Collective, Adam Lazarus, Mitchell Marcus, Alyssa Martin, Tawiah M’Carthy, Philip McKee, Alistair Newton, Lisa Pijuan-Nomura, Adam Paolozza, John Jack Paterson, PJ Prudat, Ali Joy Richardson, Anusree Roy, Katherine Sanders, Rosanna Saracino, Adam Seelig, Jonathan Seinen, Nikki Shaffeullah, Erin Shields, Rebecca Singh, Kwame Stephens, Kelly Straughan, Jordan Tannahill, Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu, Lindsay C. Walker, Gein Wong, Norman Lup-Man Yeung, Jacob Zimmer. Bad New Days, The Howland Company, Nowadays Theatre, Pandemic Theatre, The Templeton Philharmonic, Single Thread Theatre Company, Theatre Caravel, Nobody's Business Theatre, lemonTree theatre creations, I'd Rather Dance, Suburban Beast, Theatre Kairos, The Original Norwegian.

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