Projects

Café Daughter

Café Daughter

Written by Kenneth T. Williams • Directed by Lisa C. Ravensbergen Presented by Workshop West Playwright’s Theatre Nine-year-old Yvette Wong helps out in her parents’ café. She’s incredibly smart but is put in the slow learners’ class because of her skin colour. Her mother has charged her with a secret – to never tell anyone […]

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The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid

ShowStages Designer Joel Adria and T. Erin Gruber collaborated on SCA Fine Art‘s (Sherwood Park, AB) production of The Little Mermaid. Adding fairy-tale imagery and design to Jonathan Reid’s Set & Lighting design, ShowStages also provided the full video equipment rental for the production.  

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IGNITE

IGNITE

  For Edmonton Economic Development’s IGNITE Festival, ShowStages was commissioned to create a unique main stage design to frame their keynote speakers. ShowStages designed, built and delivered “The Trees of Industry”, a cement-looking sculpture that featured projection mapped content areas that shifted throughout the day. The conference focussed on design thinking, with six commissioned pavilions […]

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Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

ShowStages Designer T. Erin Gruber & Projection Technologist Joel Adria collaborated on The Globe Theatre’s (Regina) production of Mary Poppins. Created in The Globe’s unique in-the-round performance space, the 4-projector video system created unique ways to bring magic to the intimate space. ShowStages also provided the full video equipment rental for the production. Local News […]

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Category E

Category E

  For this project, the full ShowStages team came together to provide a full design and implementation. Set, video, lighting, costume, and integration were all completed by ShowStages collective. With its unique forced perspective stage, emphasized by rear projection and pixel mapped LED strip, Category E made a major impact, and was the last show […]

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Bears

Bears

Through dramatic storytelling, an integrated five-person chorus, an immersive projection design, and a thrilling accompanying sound-scape, Bears features a wide range of top Edmonton talent. Sterling award winning actor and former rig worker Sheldon Elter carries this show. Supporting Floyd on his journey, transforming into the animals, people, and even elements he encounters, will be […]

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Nextfest Niteclubs 2013

Nextfest Niteclubs 2013

ShowStages mapped, animated and stylized all three Nextfest Niteclubs this year, housed at the Artery arts lounge. Five projectors created dynamic visuals based on the themes of each evening: Rise Up! Smutnite, and Awesomeful. Each night had a mix of live video and graphics, keeping crowds energized at each Catch the Keys event.

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Into the Eye of the Sun

Into the Eye of the Sun

In preparation for her Master’s thesis at the University of Alberta, ShowStages orchestrated a week-long workshop process on the Timms Centre stage for creator Val Planche and director David van Belle. The workshop process explored the use of Microsoft Kinect, and used MadMapper and Isadora to create an environment for the creation both on the […]

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Centre for Public Involvement Launch

Centre for Public Involvement Launch

To celebrate the launch of the Centre for Public Involvement, the launch committee was looking for a way to add a liveliness to their event at the Art Gallery of Alberta. ShowStages created a dynamic 3D slideshow of images “floating” on the wall of the Ernest C. Manning Atrium wall. Live video feeds were also streamed […]

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ISBE Domain Launch

ISBE Domain Launch

ISBE Domain is a brand new art gallery and performance venue right on Jasper Avenue in Edmonton. With their focus on “Freedom, Communication, and Creativity,” ShowStages was thrilled to partner with them for their first live event in June 2013. ShowStages brought in four projectors for two evenings of performance gatherings, mapping artwork both upstairs […]

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