Works

Productions


The Double

Originally produced at the Factory Studio Theatre 2012

Workshopped at the BUZZ! Festival at Theatre Passe Muraille in 2009/10

directed by Adam Paolozza

original music by Arid Mirabdolbaghi

featuring Viktor Lukawski, Adam Paolozza and Arif Mirabdolbaghi

lighting design by André Du Toit

set design by Ken Mackenzie

stage management by Jiv Parasram

photos by Lacey Creighton

SPENT

SPENT

SPENT


2009-Toronto Festival of Clowns

2009 – Factory Theatre

2010-Factory Theatre

2011-Great Canadian Theatre Company’s undercurrents festival

2011 – Sold-Out run at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts

2011 – Sold-Out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

co-production with Why Not Theatre and Theatre Smith-Gilmour

Dora Award 2010 for Outstanding Performance in a Featured Role (to Ravi and Adam).

Nominated for Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Production

featuring Ravi Jain and Adam Paolozza and Directed by Dean Gilmour and Michele Smith
written by Ravi Jain, Adam Paolozza, Dean Gilmour and Michele Smith

Lighting design André Du Toit

Sound design by Adam Paolozza

Stage Manager Coleen MacPherson, Heather Thompson

Artaud : un portrait en décomposition

photo and design by Lacey Creighton

2012 – presented at the SummerWorks Theatre Festival in Toronto

2011 – presented at Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre’s International ACT Festival in China

2011 – presented at Théâtre Français de Toronto’s Centre de Création

2008 – workshop presentation

co-production with the Théâtre Français de Toronto

Written by Adam Paolozza and Michele Smith with texts by Antonin Artaud

Directed by Michele Smith

Featuring Adam Paolozza and Coleen MacPherson

Lighting Design by Kimberly Purtell

Production Assistant Alexandra Manea

L’Empire de la nuit

(Empire of Night)

2011 – commissioned for the Alliance Française’s Salon du livre

conceived and directed by Adam Paolozza

created by Charles Ketchabaw, Matt Smith and Adam Paolozza

Music by Matt Smith

Video and lights by Charles Ketchabaw

Texts by Pessoa, Eluard, Rabearivelo & Lautréamont

The Raven

The Raven

The Raven

2009 – commissioned by the Young Centre for the Performing Arts for their New Waves Festival, part of the 2009 Luminato Festival.

2009 – remounted as part of the Factory Theatre’s Lab Cab festival.

conceived and directed by Ravi Jain and Adam Paolozza, with the assistance of Dan Watson
created and performed by Coleen MacPherson, Ravi Jain and Adam Paolozza

based on the poem by Edgar Allen Poe

TOOLS

TOOLS

TOOLS

2008 – Toronto Festival of Clowns
Co-production with Why Not Theatre
Created and performed by Adam Paolozza, Ravi Jain and Katrina Bugaj

Best selling show at the Toronto Festival of Clowns (2008)

Theatre in a box

Theatre In A Box

Theatre In A Box

2007 – Audience Relocation at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
An interactive installation conceived and created by Laura Nanni, Marc Tellez and Adam Paolozza

In Development

The Pasolini Project

The Pasolini Project


2009-2011

2011 presentation of staged excepts at Spotlight. Italy Festival at Canadian Stage

2010 staged reading at Festival of Ideas and Creation at Canadian Stage

2009 workshop presentation

Translated by Adam Paolozza and Coleen MacPherson

Directed by Adam Paolozza

Featuring Julian Dezotti, Dan Watson, Michele Smith, Dean Gilmour, Kimwun Perehinec, Lisa Marie Diliberto, Erin Shields, Rebecca Singh, Fabio Fabbri and Miranda Calderon

Music by Matt Smith

With TheatreRUN International Ensemble

Russian Doll

RUSSIAN DOLL

2004 – Consolidated Works Contemporary Arts Center Seattle, WA

2005 – Piccolo Spoleto Festival Charleston, SC

Seattle Times FOOTLIGHT Award winner 2004

Commissioned by Consolidated Works Contemporary Arts Center in Seattle, WA
Created and performed by Adam Paolozza, Molly Feingold, Martine Eichenberger, Anne Sorce, Sophie Fletcher and Jimmy Garver
original text by Andy Miara
sound design by Jimmy Garver and Adam Paolozza
lighting by Ben Zamora

Cabaret Fou!

Cabaret Fou!

Cabaret Fou!

2004
Conceived and performed by Adam Paolozza, Molly Feingold, Martine Eichenberger, Sophie Fletcher and Anne Sorce
performed in Charleston, SC and on the Travel Link Ferry in Scotland

Horror Vacui: A Terrifying Little Comedy

Spoleto4plus2004 – Edinburgh Fringe Festival

2004 – Piccolo Spoleto Festival Charlston, SC

2003 – New York International Fringe Festival

2003 – Debut in Paris Art Therapy Hospital


Created and performed by Adam Paolozza, Molly Feingold, Martine Eichenberger, Anne Sorce and Sophie Fletcher
original music by Adam Paolozza

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