Centre for Cardboard Dreams
& Spontaneous Theatre
HRH Anand Rajaram, Rebecca Northan
& Bruce Horak
A FREE LIVE STREAM EVENT
April 10, 12 & 14 at 2PM
Reservation is required.
Recommended for Ages 10 & up
Run Time: 30 minutes
Adventure into the great unknown!
This Spring Break, you and your family are invited to embark on a fantastical online adventure with Interstellar Journey – reinvigorating live performance in a digital galaxy!
Featuring an award-winning creative crew that’s out of this world, HRH Anand Rajaram, Bruce Horak and Rebecca Northan will take turns directing each other in three different “digital expeditions” to discover what magic is possible in augmented reality – and they need your help!
Help us invent something new!
Whether your child would like to get involved or prefers to sit back and enjoy the ride, Interstellar Journey is a one-way ticket to pure fun! Once registered, you’ll receive an email with more details on ways to participate.
Real adventures, in real time, with real people on the other side of the screen!
“One of the great gifts of the internet is being able to transform yourself using avatars and augmented reality. Like with masks & puppets, it’s a really fun way to free your creative inner self by channeling through a character”
– HRH Anand Rajaram
“What is thrilling to me about working online is that the performance space is accessible in a whole new way, to a much wider audience.”
– Bruce Horak
“Improvising with an audience member, or finding ways to incorporate offers made by multiple audience members in real time is thrilling – you never know where you’ll end up, which is what adventure is all about!”
– Rebecca Northan
PLEASE NOTE: This special online event is free. Interstellar Journey is a new experiment. Once the adventure is over – we’ll be looking for your feedback on the experience, so please don’t be shy about sharing your thoughts.
About Shifting Stages:
Interstellar Journey is part of Shifting Stages – a brand new, curated program that redefines “the stage” in this time of social distancing, presenting works-in-progress that will be “performed” on alternate platforms ranging from radio and social media to text, VR and more.
Rebecca Northan is a Canadian Comedy Award winner who has been performing for young audiences for over 25 years. Her Spontaneous Theatre creation, Legend Has It, which invites one child from the audience to come on stage to defeat an evil Wizard, premiered at Alberta Theatre Projects and was invited to the prestigious Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York. Read more.
HRH Anand Rajaram
HRH Anand Rajaram is an award-wining improviser, actor, playwright, director, musician, teacher, puppeteer and voiceover artist for video games and cartoons. He is artistic director of @N@f@N@ and currently creating AR digital content for live stream under the banner of his company, Centre for Cardboard Dreams. Read more.
Bruce Horak is an award-winning performer, improvisor, composer, creator, and visual artist. His work for young audiences has been presented across the country. His semi-autobiographical play, “What You Can’t See” was nominated for a Betty Mitchell Award for best new work. Read more.