Performer Profile: Evan Harkai

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Imagination is Tangible

Storytelling. Magical Realism. About interpreting the world around us as adults with childish minds. Focusing mostly on the element of recreating our life and choosing to reconstruct it and how in doing so this affects our actual life.

Evan Harkai
Carpenter with a love of storytelling. Evan’s work has been performed in his head for decades. His writing is a constant evolutionary exploration to understand his childhood psyche. As a mask maker (www.maskmakerto.com) he’ll be creating masks for Outside The March’s production of Mr. Burns. Evan recently directed The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine at the Sidemart Theatrical Grocery (Off the Grid & Coffeehouse Theatre).

Evan will be performing Imagination is Tangible at Seasonal Activities, v.ii this Friday at hub14.

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Join us Thursday, Feb. 26th from 9pm to 12am as we bring back On and On and On to create stories, art and music in a house that will be completely animated with dance, performance, film and visual art. It’s going to be a blast.

Other artists in attendance are:

Cue6 Productions
Christine Dewancker
Karissa Fyrrar
Roger Galvez
Shannon Garden-Smith
Jessie Garon
Matt Greenwood
Chris Heller
Vanessa Kimmons
Jolyane Langlois
Ethan Lester
Tess Martens
Daniel Mudford
Jillian Peever
Vazari Dance Projects
Amanda Pye
Mehrnaz Rohbakhsh
Lucy Rupert
Morgan Skinner
Johanna Thompson
Juan Villages

When: Thursday, February 26
What time: 8pm – 12 midnight
Where: 627 Richmond Street West
PWYC: Suggested $10

Curated by:
Shannon Lea Doyle
Jessie Garon
Sarah Reid

Produced by:
Sarah Reid

After midnight the performances will end but the party will continue with music and dancing.