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“Ladies' Voices” – sound design/music


Directed by Annie Therrien-Boulos

Written by Gertrude Stein

SFU School for the Contemporary Arts, 2016

"What are ladies' voices?"

“Constellations” – sound design/music


Directed by Danielle Lavallée

Written by Nick Payne

SFU School for the Contemporary Arts, 2015

"One relationship. Infinite possibilities.

In the beginning Marianne and Roland meet at a party. They go for a drink, or perhaps they don't. They fall madly in love and start dating, but eventually they break up. After a chance encounter in a supermarket they get back together, or maybe they run into each other and Marianne reveals that she's now engaged to someone else and that's that. Or perhaps Roland is engaged. Maybe they get married, or maybe their time together will be tragically short." (Source)

“The Dudes Of My Life” – sound design/music


Directed by Deneh Thompson

Written and performed by Christina Andreola

Vancouver Fringe Festival, 2015

"Using both personal and borrowed experiences, The Dudes of My Life is a tongue-in-cheek examination of dating in the modern world. Sources include the ubiquitous 90’s rom-com, racy text messages, and the “swipe right” culture of Tinder. Will Christina find the man of her (mother's) dreams on-line, on vacation, or perhaps closer to home?"

“The Governor of the Dew” – sound design/music


Directed by Deneh Thompson

Written by Floyd Favel

SFU School for the Contemporary Arts, 2014

"The Governor of the Dew emerged from a story that the playwright Floyd Favel’s mother told him. The nostalgia of this marvelous world is carried by three characters: the narrator, his mother and the old woman Rosie. A story that the old beaver tells Rosie is tragic: the white woman whom he had brought with him into the cabin had made all of the beavers sick. All the members of his family are dead except himself. His love had caused the demise of his people. The play evokes in filigree the story of the population of the Canadian west and the consequences for the Cree people – sickness and death." (Source)

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