Category Archives: Passages
Person of Interest: Gord Simmons has been helping us get Passages redux ready this week. While flexing his technical prowess (and fancy buckle!) from a hidden ladder or the rafters, this bike enthusiast can often be heard slipping into a … Continue reading
Sometimes things are more complicated than they seem. Off we go to get more aircraft cable, doo-dads & crimper. To make Crimpettes for our doors of course.
Person of interest: Will Kappel. While loading in to the Lyric Theatre this morning, this fine young gentleman quickly became known to team Looking Sea as transportation expert, man with an array of useful tools & skills, and an all-round … Continue reading
Before moving into the Lyric theatre, we set up at a cozy space at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts to re-jig Passages. It’s the same piece, but different! We learned about where the sun doesn’t shine, then we pointed … Continue reading
Earlier this sun-drenched week, LK & AY sipped coffee n’ tea with ace critic Gary Smith (Hamilton Spectator) to chat about Passages, arts in Hamilton and LK’s trajectory. Read the complete article here.
The Looking Sea Collective escaped the holiday hustle and bustle with four days of intensive rehearsal in Hamilton. It was a time for revisiting and reshaping the material we created at Harbourfront, a time for eating sandwiches, creating movement maps … Continue reading