Monsters Angels and Aliens are Not a Substitute for Spirituality


Rover Arts just published an interesting article about Andrew’s most recent work Monsters Angels and Aliens are not a Substitute for Spirituality as well as the work of Caroline Laurin-Beaucage and Donald Trepanier, with whom he shared a triple bill as part of the Festival OFFTA this past May 28th. Great writing by Fabien Malthais-Baya, putting the performances into greater social context. We need more writing about performance like this!

Also check this podcast of Andrew talking about some of the ideas behind the work from the folks  @ Dirty Feet

Short & Sweet “Covers” @ the FTA

In case you missed out on our crazy successful “Covers” edition of Short&Sweet at this years FESTIVAL TRANSAMÉRIQUES which took place on June 5th. Here’s a great review and recap by Nayla Nalfoul. Probably one of our best editions ever, and it was great to see artists try to  reinvent, pay tribute to, or critique existing pieces through performance!  We loved the “covers” theme!  Check the link and we’ll see you at our next event…

Copycat Academy @ Luminato Festival

Andrew Tay was one of 20 international artists selected to participate in the copycat academy as part of the Luminato festival in Toronto June 9-15, 2014.  The Copycat Academy is a week long school for 20 emerging artists from all around the world and from a variety of disciplines. It is a new annual program, created and conceived by Hannah Hurtzig, Founder of Mobile Academy Berlin and produced by the Luminato Festival. The inaugural edition featured artists from Argentina, India, Germany, Latvia, Spain, Sweden, and, of course, from Toronto, Montreal and Saskatoon.   With faculty that included Marcus Boon, Bruce Labruce, Marten Spangberg, Kendell Greers, Jennifer Doyle and Lemi Ponifasio among others.