David Andrew Reid & Jacqueline Burtney. Photo by Scott Cooper

“ …Talk is Free Theatre and Outside the March collaboration... has garnered some of the most oohs and aahs...”

-The Globe and Mail

Something Bubbled, Something Blue

Co-Creators
Cameron Carver
Mitchell Cushman
Anahita Dehbonehie

in Association with Outside the March

presented by
The National Arts Centre of Canada's
Grand Acts of Theatre

OVER 1.8 MILLION VIEWS ONLINE

VOTED TOP 10 THEATRICAL WORKS OF 2020
(The Globe and Mail)

Through music, choreography, live art, and using inflatable Zorbs as personal bubbles, Something Bubbled, Something Blue is an event to celebrate a beloved communal ritual no matter the restrictions.

This re-imagining of a traditional wedding inspired the National Arts Centre to select this show to be part of one of the most exciting national projects in recent memory.

Grand Acts of Theatre is a collection of Canada’s most innovative arts companies pushing the boundaries of tradition to create bold new experiences that connect people in unique ways.

Something Bubbled, Something Blue is currently being developed and re-worked into a full-day experience.

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CAST

DAVID BALL
JACQUELINE BURTNEY
SIERRA HOLDER
AMY KEATING
EMILY LUKASIK
CAITLYN MacINNIS
DAVID ANDREW REID
MARGARET THOMPSON

CREATIVES

MITCHELL CUSHMAN Concept and Story
ANAHITA DEHBONEHIE
Concept and Story, Designer
CAMERON CARVER Choreographer
JOSHUA DOERKSEN Sound Designer and Composer
RICHARD LAM
Artistic Consultant

JAMES BRIDEN  Technical Director
MEGHAN SPEAKMAN Stage Manager
FARNOOSH TALEBPOUR Apprentice Stage Manager
JEFF BRAUNSTEIN Production Manager
ALEX FLACK Production Assistant
CAMERON CARVER Lead Videographer, Video Editor and Colourist
MALLORY BROWN Second Camera  
RAE UPTON & JOHN JD DYNES
(DUO AERIAL DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY)
Drone Operators

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David Andrew Reid & Jacqueline Burtney. Photo by Scott Cooper
David Andrew Reid & Jacqueline Burtney. Photo by Scott Cooper

Something Bubbled, Something Blue

Co-Creators
Cameron Carver
Mitchell Cushman
Anahita Dehbonehie

in Association with Outside the March

presented by
The National Arts Centre of Canada's
Grand Acts of Theatre

OVER 1.8 MILLION VIEWS ONLINE

VOTED TOP 10 THEATRICAL WORKS OF 2020
(The Globe and Mail)

Through music, choreography, live art, and using inflatable Zorbs as personal bubbles, Something Bubbled, Something Blue is an event to celebrate a beloved communal ritual no matter the restrictions.

This re-imagining of a traditional wedding inspired the National Arts Centre to select this show to be part of one of the most exciting national projects in recent memory.

Grand Acts of Theatre is a collection of Canada’s most innovative arts companies pushing the boundaries of tradition to create bold new experiences that connect people in unique ways.

Something Bubbled, Something Blue is currently being developed and re-worked into a full-day experience.

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Duration

Approximately 20 minutes

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COVID-19 Policy

The Province of Ontario requires proof of vaccination to attend all indoor theatre events. Please note that we will require:

-Proof of Vaccination & Valid ID upon entry.
-Patrons complete a Covid-19 Self-Assessment for contact tracing purposes.
-Patrons wear their mask at all times when in the building (except when actively eating or drinking)

Only book tickets if you have received your second vaccination at least 14 days prior to the performance. If you do not have proof of vaccination and proof of identity, unfortunately, you will not be allowed access to the building.

Free Admission Policy

A security charge of $0.01 CAD is required to validate booking. Patrons can cancel or reschedule up to 4 hours before the performance without charge. Please email admin@tift.ca to make any changes.

In the event a patron fails to cancel or make alternate changes and does not attend the performance, a $25.00 charge will be applied per ticket to the patron’s credit card. This charge will be used as a donation to the theatre and a tax receipt will be issued.

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CAST

DAVID BALL
JACQUELINE BURTNEY
SIERRA HOLDER
AMY KEATING
EMILY LUKASIK
CAITLYN MacINNIS
DAVID ANDREW REID
MARGARET THOMPSON

CREATIVES

MITCHELL CUSHMAN Concept and Story
ANAHITA DEHBONEHIE
Concept and Story, Designer
CAMERON CARVER Choreographer
JOSHUA DOERKSEN Sound Designer and Composer
RICHARD LAM
Artistic Consultant

JAMES BRIDEN  Technical Director
MEGHAN SPEAKMAN Stage Manager
FARNOOSH TALEBPOUR Apprentice Stage Manager
JEFF BRAUNSTEIN Production Manager
ALEX FLACK Production Assistant
CAMERON CARVER Lead Videographer, Video Editor and Colourist
MALLORY BROWN Second Camera  
RAE UPTON & JOHN JD DYNES
(DUO AERIAL DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY)
Drone Operators

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