Filmed as a single shot to replicate the endurance of live performance, Patricia tests returning to the stage for the first time since being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2017. The piece, within this disability experiment, is an imaged third act of Giselle. Presented as part of the Why Not Theatre DIGITAL RISER PROJECT in … Continue reading if i could – Watch now!
A New Chapter For Ruff On behalf of the Board of Directors, it is my pleasure to announce the incoming leadership of Shakespeare in the Ruff: Patricia Allison, Christine Horne, Kwaku Okyere, PJ Prudat, and Jeff Yung. These incredible leaders have experience on stage, behind the scenes, and in the audience of Shakespeare in the Ruff. … Continue reading Upcoming: Collective Artistic Leadership – Shakespeare In The Ruff
Link: https://thestar.com/entertainment/stage/2020/05/05/its-been-there-done-that-for-disabled-theatre-artists-as-the-covid-19-pandemic-forces-performance-work-online.html… An article by Carly Maga about Disability Artists in the time of isolation.
Link: https://www.thedancecurrent.com/column/welcome-our-world After my residency with Why Not Theatre was post-poned in March, I took the time to sit down and write this little reflection. Thank you to The Dance Current for giving the support and this platform. Here are some thoughts on disability arts in the time of isolation."Over the past year, I have … Continue reading Article- Welcome to our World : The Dance Current
We had an amazing time at the Doras. Pool (No Water) took home best ensemble (Nickesha Garrick, Eva Barrie, Allie Price, Chy Ryan Spain, Dan McRoberts) and Best Director (Jill Harper and Patricia Allison. (May 31st 2018 for the 2017/2018 year) Needless to say, we were shocked and honoured. We screamed like little school children … Continue reading Archive: Dora Award Win