TNA members are invited to a special event to meet with the amazing Norman Armour, Artistic & Executive Director of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival in Vancouver. Norman is here for the Melbourne Festival, and is keen to connect with local artists, producers and companies.
Hosted by the Abbotsford Convent and Theatre Network Australia, the evening will include a roundtable discussion, followed by wine and cheese.
4.30pm to 6pm
Thursday, 13 October
1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford
Limited places, so please RSVP asap to Maddy: email@example.com
This is a TNA members only event, however, guests of members are welcome.
Nicole Beyer, Director, Theatre Network Australia
Collette Brennan, CEO, Abbotsford Convent
Norman Armour is the co-founder of the PuSh Festival, as well Rumble Productions, an interdisciplinary theatre company that continues to be a mainstay Vancouver’s independent theatre scene. Since graduating from Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts in 1986, he has collaborated on over 120 works for the stage and other media. His career includes producer, director, actor and producer, covering a range of creative interests: devised works and new writing for the stage; contemporary and classical adaptations; site-specific endeavours; large-scale interdisciplinary events; dance/theatre collaborations; and live-remote radio broadcasts. You can catch him on the odd rerun of X Files, as well as films such as Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s Capote. He recently directed the premiere of Pauline, an opera by Tobin Stokes and Margaret Atwood on the life and art of Métis poet Pauline Johnson.
*Photo: monumental, 2016 PuShFestival, photo by Tim Matheson