I am excited to be giving a Performative Presentation on February 5 2017 at The 25th annual Festival of Original Theatre (FOOT) conference entitled Sounding The Inner Ear of Performance at the University of Toronto. The abstract for my part paper and part performance presentation, This is The Sound of My Memory is as follows; AsContinue reading “This is the Sound of My Memory”
The Crook of Your Arm June 16 and 17 2016 The Other Place Royal Shakespeare Company Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK. Written, Directed and Performed by Shannon Holmes With music by Kurt Weill Featuring Megan Kirwin, Cello Artwork by Mariana Ruiz de la Orden Special thanks to; Dr.Caroline Radcliffe, Dr. Adam Ledger (University of Birmingham), Professor Noah Drew,Continue reading
So often students say to me… “I can’t sing” or “I want to try to sing”- Everyone can sing, we don’t try- we sing. View original post
If you are in Montréal and are interested in voice classes (singing and/or speech). I currently have a few spots available (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays). Email me for more details! email@example.com
Finally. A review. Published. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/y8Aiwx3ArBz2vYjv5YGT/full
Three more days until we open at FRIGID New York! Have I introduced you to the fabulous Molly?! She will also be performing in the show.
I am looking forward to performing The Crook of Your Arm at the FRIGID Festival NYC- Ticket info coming soon! In November 2014, I performed the piece for a small, invited audience at EspacePop in Montréal, this is the video from that performance.
Stay tuned for details and dates for our upcoming performances at FRIGID NYC Festival 2015! Stay tuned for details of our upcoming dates at FRIGID New York Festival 2015!
Thank you all for taking the time to come out to the work-in-progress showing of “Le creux de tes bras” on Thursday November 6. As I mentioned, I would be grateful to get some feedback. You may email your comments to me at firstname.lastname@example.org Some specific questions that I have are; 1. Were there particular momentsContinue reading “Feedback!”