Justin Eddy and the Great Cosmic Crisis
A Doorstep Theatre Project Production
Presented and Co-Produced by Theatre Direct
Join us for this augmented reality experience @ Earlscourt Park
(1700 Lansdowne, Ave., Toronto)
Saturday September 25 & Sunday Sunday September 26, 2021
9:30am | 11am | 1:30pm | 3pm | 4:30pm
Ages: 6 to 10
Get ready to travel the galaxy with Justin Eddy and the Great Cosmic Crisis!
Join Justin and Ziggy, best friends and members of the AstroNova Resistance as they attempt to free their friends from the clutches of the evil Doc Weasel. This brand new, augmented reality experience from Doorstep Theatre Project invites kids on an interactive cosmic adventure as they search for the missing codex boxes that have fallen from space and are now scattered in Earlscourt Park.
LIMITED CAPACITY | ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED
Interested in checking it out? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Justin Eddy: Justin Eddy
Ziggy: Jeremy Lewis
Ferry/Doc Weasel: Murdoch Schon
Director/Dramaturg: Murdoch Schon
Playwright: Salem Currie
Stage Manager: Morgandy McKinnell
Costume and Prop Designer: Maryanna Chan
Puppet Designer and Constructor: Sabrina Miller
In-Park Installation Designer and Constructor: Lee Wilkins
In-Park Installation Designer and Constructor: Hillary Predko
Sound Designer: Claire Bourdin
Director of Photography: Phan Hoi Do
Camera Operator: Giordano D’Alonzo
Editor: Pénélope Caissy-Bérubé
Compositor: Samuel Boucher
Augmented Reality Developer: Alexander Theofanopoulos
Producer: Justin Eddy
ABOUT DOORSTEP THEATRE PROJECT
The Doorstep Theatre Project is a site specific, immersive, theatre company for young audiences, committed to creating innovative theatrical experiences that explore audience engagement. We aim to cultivate an environment for agency of the imagination that gives the audience a vehicle for impulse, immersion, and community. Our collective is comprised of queer, nonbinary, neurodiverse, and POC artists. Diversity is woven into the fabric of our collaboration. Crucially, the notion of inclusivity is central to the stories we tell, and how we tell them.
Rebecca Northan, Nina Lee Aquino, Danielle Irvine, Margaret Evans, Kevin Matthew Wong, Stephen Colella, Quincy Armorer, Brendan McMurtry-Howlett, Rob Denton, Alisa Palmer, Matjash Mrozewski, Erika Kierulf, Michelle Brandenburg, Gillian Clark, Sadie Laflamme Snow, Erin Loretta Mackey, Nathalie Salvas and Brianna Unger.
Doorstep Theatre Project acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.