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, exchange and empowerment.


Andrew Gaboury is a performer, writer and educator based in Port Credit. His practice spans across theatrical and therapeutic clown, collective creation, dance and puppetry. He is director of a field of crowns and a company member with site-specific dance-theatre company Frog In Hand. He was the co-Artistic Director of hub14 art + performance works from 2013-19. Andrew taught movement at Randolph College, Conteur Dance Academy, and for the Clay & Paper Theatre and Frog in Hand summer companies.

Andrew was one of 8 students in North America’s first Therapeutic Clowning certificate program at George Brown College and now works as a therapeutic clown practitioner with Red Nose Remedy and as an apprentice with Kathleen LeRoux. He received a community artist certificate with Jumblies Theatre (Artfare Essentials) & is redeveloping his arts practice in Mississauga.