This show uses crystal singing bowls which can aggravate those with pace-makers, hearing-aids, or sensitivity to loud sounds

Please note this Baby Grand performance is general admission seating, the number on your ticket does not reflect a seat in the venue.  Choose your seat location when you arrive for your performance.



"Prophecy Fog" by Jani Lauzon

A new theatrical work by award-winning artist, Jani Lauzon, "Prophecy Fog" begins with a journey into the Mojave Desert in search of Giant Rock, armed with the question: can a site still be sacred if it has been desecrated? We encounter a girl in the mountains of B.C. with a pocket full of stones, the rainbow warriors' prophecy, and a mysterious inscription that obscures our past. We come from the stars, we are star people. "Prophecy Fog" weaves together the performance skills of veteran raconteur Jani Lauzon and the expertise of environmental designer Melissa Joakim, along with director Franco Boni to elicit a conscious remembering of ancient prophecies that speak to rock teachings, star beings and earth changes.

Join us for more! Stay for a talkback with Jani Lauzon following the performances on February 1st, 2nd & 5th.

The talkbacks on February 1st & February 5th will be hosted by Mariah (Mo) Horner.
Mariah (Mo) Horner is a theatre artist and PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at Queen’s. Her research focuses on abolitionist dramaturgies and site-specific live performance. Interested in catalyzing non-traditional theatre artists and forms in Kingston, she was the Festival Director of CFRC's Shortwave Theatre Festival from 2020-2022 and Kingston's Storefront Fringe Festival from 2016-2018. Co-founding the Cellar Door Project with Devon Jackson in 2013, Mariah has produced and dramaturged 15 original site-specific theatre performances in Kingston and Ottawa. She has an an MA in Theatre Theory & Dramaturgy from uOttawa and she won the Creators Award from Kingston Mayor’s Arts Award in 2022. Her new book with Dr. Jenn Stephenson play/PLAY: dramaturgies of participation will be available in 2024. You can also catch her singing backups with local band The Gertrudes. 

The talkback on February 2nd will be hosted by Tracey Guptill.
Tracey Guptill is an actor, mover, maker, and teacher. She is artistic director of anARC Theatre and co-creator of the company's coLABoratory method. anARC has co-created and produced four shows locally, through extensive community engagement with a team of local professional artists. With the coLABoratory, anARC devises with circus, movement, and sound artists to make stunning, unexpected theatre. Their current show is an access-oriented piece led by Kemi King, Erin Ball, Jane Kirby, and Deaf artist Elizabeth Morris. Tracey is currently a PhD student of cultural studies at Queen's University in the research-creation stream where she is exploring the actor's tools - of body and voice - as an avenue for reconnecting settlers to the earth.




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