Photos from “Requiem for a Buzzard” in Ontario festival
The buzzards in “Requiem for a Buzzard.”
Two of my short pieces were produced in June in the annual “Asphalt Jungle Shorts Festival” in Kitchener, Ontario. This is a walking-tour theatre, where patrons buy a ticket and are led around downtown, where they encounter theatre popping up at various places. (More details on the festival here and descriptions of each piece here.)
My two pieces were “Pandora and Shrodinger: What’s in the Box?” and “Requiem for a Buzzard.”
Here are some photos of the event, courtesy of artistic director Paddy Gillard-Bentley:
The crowd gathers in a parking garage, where “Requiem for a Buzzard” is performed. The tour leaders — in orange — were also the actors in “Pandora and Shrodinger.”
Look up and you’ll see theatre!
A glimpse of buzzards.
They’re laughing! That’s good.
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