Photo Description: A cartoon graphic of a purple triangle, a set of headphones and old cellphone, with the text “Remixed” overlaying the image. Art by Matt Hertendy.
A Trophy Production
Created by Trophy
45 minutes | PG
Remixed is a listening party for one, performed together across time and space in a collective experience. Each audience member receives their own playlist of stories and music, personalized by our algorithmic DJ, and a party gift delivered to their home for use during the performance. The playlists include true stories from people all over the globe and explores how we create change in our lives, communities, and world. We’re listening for the sound of change, and we invite you to join us. What happens when we listen to each other?
Audience members must access the Remixed online app via a website link provided on the day of the performance. A gift will also be delivered to each audience member’s home the morning of the performance. This show is available only to those in the Ottawa area.
Remixed was created through the support of the undercurrents under development program.
Friday, March 12 | 7PM
Saturday, March 13 | 2:30PM
Thursday, March 18 | 8:30PM
Saturday, March 20 | 7PM
HOW TO WATCH?
Once you purchase a ticket to Remixed, you will be prompted to download the Remixed app. On the morning of your selected performance, a gift will be delivered to your home. This show is available only to those in the Ottawa area.
*Please note: Due to the nature of Remixed, ticket sales cut off 12 hours prior to a performance.
undercurrents tickets are sold on a “Pick Your Price” model at $5, $20, $50, $75, or $100 ($100 tickets come with a $50 tax receipt; HST is included in all prices). Choose your own price, no questions asked. Read more about it here.
To experience Remixed, you will need to go to a website on your smartphone (iOS or Android). You will need to read text on your phone. The website requires precise contact during the show to complete tasks. Party supplies will be dropped off to you with the purchase of your ticket and you may complete tasks using them. However, if you choose this portion of the piece can be skipped. To enjoy this show, we recommend that you use headphones. We welcome you to move around, go at your own pace, and be comfortable in your space while you enjoy this show.
For more details about the piece, an Accessibility Guide is available upon request.
REVIEWS & AWARDS
For Trophy: “Entertaining, insightful and you can expect to come away feeling acutely reminded of our shared humanity” – Irish Times
Trophy – Production Company Trophy is an award-winning interdisciplinary creative collective based in Ottawa. Bringing together collaborators and stakeholders across disciplines, we create porous, vital work that’s rooted in our city and tours nationally and internationally. We’ve created a series of performances and installations that combine principles from visual art, performance art, theatre and social practice. Our work is characterized by modularity and scalability. www.thisistrophy.com
Sarah Conn – Director & Producer Sarah creates, directs and produces performances, installations, and live art, and has had her work presented at contemporary theatre festivals in Canada and abroad. She also works as a producer and curator, and has facilitated everything from international multi-city tours to awards shows to conferences. Sarah has won two Rideau Awards, the 2016 Siminovitch Protégé Prize for Directing, and the 2018 Ontario Arts Council Pauline McGibbon Award for Directing.
Laurel Green – Dramaturg & Collaborator Laurel Green (she/her) is an adventurous dramaturg and arts & culture producer with a decade of experience in the creation, development, and production of new work; from world premiere plays, to video games, immersive experiences, virtual gatherings, and secret backyard shows. laurelkgreen.com
Allison O’Connor – Installation Designer Allison O’Connor is a francophone multidisciplinary artist who creates interdisciplinary site-specific installations. Her work emphasizes the ecology between the artist, the audience, and the natural environment. She is an apiarist and the steward of a fourth-generation farm where she produces her work. Her collaboration with the natural environment materializes into contemporary and conceptual art experiences on environmental activism and literacy.
Guillaume Saindon – Mobile Development Guillaume is a director, designer, and creative developer. Through an M.A. in Digital Narratives at the internationale filmschule köln and an M.F.A. in Theatre Directing at the University of Ottawa he studied the impact of digitality on theatre. His practice deals with the notions of immersion, interaction, transmedia and ludology.
Julien Desautels – Backend Development Formé en théâtre à l’école secondaire De La Salle (Ottawa), il a entrepris des études scientifiques en génie chimique puis en informatique. Ayant toujours maintenu des liens amicaux et professionnels avec le monde théâtral (et des arts en général), il a accepté avec enthousiasme de collaborer à Remixed. Ses compétences en science de la donnée et son intérêt pour la scénographie se sont révélés idéaux pour ce projet: comment élaborer une participation interactive des spectateurs? Julien has worked with companies ranging from BeaverTails to the CHUM Hospital, implementing data driven solutions in Business Intelligence (BI), predictive modeling and data management.
Nancy Tam – Sound Design Sound Artist Nancy Tam, works and lives as on the unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Her work fuses sound and performance to devise interdisciplinary performances. Nancy is a founding member of the Vancouver-based performance collective A Wake of Vultures, and the Toronto-based Toy Piano Composers collective.
AL Connors – Decade Music Curation AL has worked as a full-stack theatre professional since the turn of the century. He’s an award-winning producer and designer who loves finding new ways to interact with audiences. In 2020 he pivoted to working as a digital producer, running events for the Ottawa Fringe, Ottawa Storytellers, and Ottawa favourite, Pierre Brault.