May 2014 Rusticle Gym Spring Fling!!



We ran Two-Day Physical Theatre Intensive at Dancemakers Centre for Creation in May 2014. It was an exciting two days of modern dance, acting, listening, physical theatre and artistic engagement with an incredible group of participants. Thank you to all to participated!!


For info on this gym and upcoming ones, please click here!!!


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"this haunting meditation on gender, monogamy and power inspires extended contemplation" NOW Magazine



Running Till December 7th!!!


We are thrilled to announce The Stronger Variations taking the stage at Buddies in Bad Times in November 2014! This is our second visit to Buddies in two years and we could not be more delighted to bring our 2005 theatrical theme and variations (re-worked with five distinct female viewpoints) to Buddies’ season. For show info &  tickets visit us here


photo of  Liza Balkan, Lucy Rupert & Chala Hunter by Jeremy Mimnagh copyright 2014.

Allyson at George Brown


Artistic Director Allyson McMackon is thrilled to be directing the third year class at George Brown Theatre School in Anna Karenina. The wonderful adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic by Helen Edmundson was first produced with Shared Experience in the UK. It’s going to be a winter of chilly Russian snows, trains, fields, women, men, love and loss. Please visit George Brown Theatre School for more information
 

Western Skies


Artistic Director Allyson McMackon had the very good fortune to spend part of July and most of
August teaching at The Globe Theatre Conservatory. This was her second time at the conservatory, and this season had the good fortune to be working alongside voice teacher Laurel Thomson and acting teacher David Latham on The Winter’s Tale. For five weeks, ten brave ones dove into the world of image, voice, body and Shakespeare. A privilege to work with such artists all around.
 

“Toronto’s Best Movement Based Theatre Company”

Now Magazine



photo of Allyson McMackon by Tanja Tiziana

photo of The Rusticle Gym Spring Fling, Augusto Bitter and Elyse Waugh by Allyson McMackon