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Meet our Sound Designer: Sarah C Louise

Sarah C Louise - Sound Designer

Sarah C Louise is a multi-diciplinary artist based in Edmonton, Alberta. She graduated from the University of Alberta, faculty of Education, in 2012, with a drama major. Following which, she studied Pochinko clown with Mike Kennard in Edmonton and circus clown with Francine Cote in Montreal. She performs in the band Sylvia’s Mistake as a lead singer and accordionist. Currently she is self-employed as a costume designer, visual artist and musician. She prefers to spend any spare time with her delightful french bulldog, Parker (otherwise known as the Schmooper). Sarah is simply honoured to have had a chance to work with Nona and Squee as a sound designer for Nona and Squee in The Crux!

Announcing Nona and Squee’s 2015 Edmonton Fringe Adventure!!

Nona and Squee in The Crux

The Crux

Nona and Squee return for their third Fringe adventure, finding themselves trapped in an eerie, ancient labyrinth. Their terrible fortune reveals a journey riddled with dangers and mysterious creatures. Follow them as they fumble along paths and passages, attempting to navigate their way out of The Crux!

Thanks to the Winspear Centre!

Magic Beans Productions would like to formally issue a shout out to the Winspear Centre.

Winspear Centre

They have allowed us to rehearse in their wonderful facility and we greatly appreciate sharing such a wonderfully artistic space. The creation of our latest show would never happen if not for the Winspear Centre.

Thanks to everyone at the Winspear! We hope to see you at our show in August!

Introducing our Stage Manager!

Magic Beans Productions is excited to work with

KATE QUINN-FEEHAN

a.k.a. Fee-Feehan

Kate Quinn-Feehan

Kate Quinn-Feehan is an Edmonton based stage manager. She has recently graduated with a BFA in Stage Management from the University of Alberta. This is her sixth consecutive year working on Edmonton Fringe plays and her first working with Magic Beans Productions. Kate first met Amy and Neelam working on Bang during the 2011 Fringe Festival she is ecstatic to be working with such a wonderful group of people again. Kate most recently was seen stage managing No One Showed Up to The Anarchist Rally for Nextfest 20th anniversary showcase. Before that she was stage managing Dreamplay and Loveplay (Studio Theatre) in completion her BFA. At the university she also worked on When the Rain Stops Falling, Threepenny Opera, and Pool: No Water in Studio Theatre as well as Hear and Now and Ironmistess in the Belviss Labatory Theatre. Other Stage management credits include Taming of the Shrew (Freewill Shakespeare), Dialogues of the Carmelites, Fiddler on the Roof, Don Giovanni (Opera Nuova), and co-creating Ding-a-Ling and SexEd for the Edmonton Fringe. She hopes you enjoy the show!

Where in the Fringe are we?

This year you can find Nona and Squee at…

Roots on Whyte

Roots on Whyte

(8105 102 St NW Edmonton AB)

We’re excited to perform in such a wonderful facility with a great variety of resources.

Check out their website by clicking here

Maybe after our show you can indulge in a bit of gelato at Da Capo or even a yoga class at Sattva School of Yoga.

Meet our guest facilitator: Molly Staley!

Magic Beans Productions is proud to present our guest facilitator for this year’s Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival…

MOLLY STALEY

a.k.a. Molly-pop

Director Molly Staley

Molly is a choreographer, director, dancer, and producer, in Edmonton. She studied Contemporary Dance at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec and continues her studies at Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, in the Arts and Cultural Management diploma program. In 2012, Molly was appointed Executive Director of the Common Ground Arts Society, a local not-for-profit in Edmonton. From 2010 to 2012, she serves as in-house choreographer. Spring 2012, after having a few lovely glasses of wine, some friends and her asked themselves a simple enough question — why a play set in a hotel couldn’t take place in an actual hotel room?  Henceforth, Mischief Managed Company was born. Molly has directed and produced three fringe productions, and a short film, with Mischief Managed Company, before co-founding the multimedia production group, Secret Label. Secret Label produced the pilot episode for a TELUS Storyhive Webseries, The Exhibition, in early 2015. Molly continues to develop her skills as a director, and is currently employed with the Francis Winspear Centre for Music and Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, as an Executive Coordinator. She is very excited be a a part of Nona and Squee’s third Fringe adventure!

Recent theatre credits include Tin (Mischief Managed Company, Fringe 2014), Feast (Mischief Managed Company, Fringe 2013), Polite Boys (Mischief Managed Company, Fringe 2012).

Recent film / animation credits include The Exhibition (Secret Label, TELUS Storyhive Season II), and HUM (Mischief Managed Theatre, 2014).