George Chuvalo Neighbourhood Centre and Grand Canyon Theatre Present

CAMP CANYON

 Camp Canyon is a free 2 week theatre production camp for LGBTQ2SI+ youth and friends aged 12-18

Learn new skills in playwriting, directing, acting, technical theatre, and theatre production along side GCNC Staff and The Grand Canyon Theatre’s Company. Get creative, connect with peers, and learn new skills. Peers learn and work together to write, produce and perform plays to be showcased during 2 live performances at the end of the 2 weeks.

AUGUST 12th – 25th, 2019

To register for Camp Canyon please fill out the form below!

Camp Canyon Registration

For more information contact:

Chloe
chloe@conc.ca
or
gcnclgbtq@conc.ca
call or text
647.906.0393

 

Meet Camp Canyon’s Facilitators and Mentors

Bri Proke

Bri Proke is an accomplished west coast film and theatre creator who currently resides in Toronto, ON, Canada. After receiving her diploma in Motion Picture Arts at Capilano University in Vancouver, BC, Bri began working as an independent art director and production designer. While working in film, she also started working in arts administration which introduced her to the world of theatre. Bri relocated to Toronto in 2014 to advance her career, and has since started her own critically-acclaimed theatre company (Blood Pact Theatre), film company (Fools Collective) and has just opened her first venue (Grand Canyon). Bri’s first feature film, Shark Week, is set to hit the festival circuit later this year.

Bryce Hodgson

Bryce is a graduate of the Neighbourhood Playhouse in New York City, co founder of the Blind Pig Theatre in Vancouver, long time member of the Godlight theatre company (NYC) and Artistic director of the Blood Pact Theatre. Bryce writes, acts, and creates music for theatre productions. Bryce also shoots pictures, makes zines and over the years has played in many different punk bands.  Theatre credits include In the Heat of the Night, Deliverance, (Godlight) Much Ado About Nothing (Unit 102), Piranha Club (Blood Pact), Kitty Kitty Kitty, Suburbia, This is our Youth, and Frankenstein (Blind Pig). Some TV and Film credits include The Killing, Kid Cannabis, Supernatural, Farely Legal, Diary of a Whimpy Kid, Falling Skies and IZombie. In 2015 he was nominated for a drama desk award for his work in Deliverance

Chloe Kirlew-Geddes

Chloe is a queer artist whose chosen mediums are film and the written word. By blending community conversations, social justice, and creativity, Chloe aims to help nurture and strengthen the future of art in the BIPOC and LGBTQ2S+ community.

Quinn Hoodless

Beginning his career in Toronto as an audio engineer Sebastian has worked with artists to help bring their visions to life. When he first arrived in the city, after completing Music Industry arts at Fanshawe College his focus was solely on studio music production. Although he had theatre in his blood, he never would have guessed where his path has taken him. While engineering albums such as; Sun K’s Bleeding Hearts and Nýdönsk’s Á Plánetunni Jörð, Sebastian began work as a theatre technician at Factory Theatre with a focus on sound and lighting. Maintaining hobbies of photography, experimental/folk music and pastel artwork Sebastian grew as a creator during his time there.This lead to his first foray into location recording/sound design for the film Shark Week written and directed by Bri Proke. Falling in love with the work of sound design, Sebastian is now pursuing projects in other mediums such as lighting design. Having been the technician for so many lighting designers in the past, Sebastian felt the pull to try his hand at the craft himself. The first of these projects he got his hands on being Dock Mother God Society, written and directed by Bryce Hodgson, and the second being this project. Sebastian is excited to continue honing this new craft and hopes to bring a unique creativity and meaning to the team.

Molison Farmer

Molison is a director, producer, and creator who has worked in Theatre for Development, Theatre for Young Audiences, and Intergenerational Theatre in Toronto, Vancouver Island, Halifax, and Tamil Nadu. She has written, directed and produced her original work TRUNK! around Vancouver Island, the Maritimes and Toronto. Blood Pact credits include Shark Week (Blood Pact/The Fools Collective) and After Wrestling (Associate Producer, BloodPact/ Storefront/ Factory Theatre). Other favourites include DIVINE (Associate Director, RedOne, Summerworks 2017), Tough Jews (Storefront Producer, Spadina Avenue Gang and The Storefront Theatre 2017) The Forest (Writer and Associate Director, RedOne 2016), Tatterhood (Victoria Fringe, playwright and director) and Trash Tales (Theatre SKAM Bike Ride (playwright, director). She strives to host discussions amongst and between communities through theatre and storytelling and her practice is based in outreach and collective creation.

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