a field of crowns is a place for the collection of Andrew Gaboury’s creative projects. The projects focus on collaborative development and facilitation of new multi-disciplinary performances and community interventions through a physical lens. I am interested in making performance a platform for joy, wonder beyond the everyday, exchange and empowerment.


Andrew Gaboury is a performer, writer and educator based in Port Credit, Mississauga. His practice spans across theatrical and therapeutic clown, collective creation, dance and puppetry. Andrew is a company member with site-specific dance-theatre company Frog In Hand. He was one of four co-Artistic Directors of hub14 art + performance works from 2013-19, where he and the team supported local and international artists with residencies, affordable studio space and ongoing programming. Andrew has lead classes and workshops in movement, clown and puppetry at Randolph College, Conteur Dance Academy, the University of Guelph and for the Frog in Hand and Clay & Paper Theatre summer companies. Andrew is co-executive director and a therapeutic clown practitioner with Red Nose Remedy and a member of Kathleen LeRoux‘s team of elder clowns. Since March 2021, Andrew has worked with MABELLEarts and Derek Kwan to bring a practice of social clowning to their community.