Four Mad Humours received a 2012 Toronto Dora Mavor Moore Award Nomination for Outstanding Performance by Linnea Swan.
Four Mad Humours is a binational interdisciplinary performance work that links American and Canadian cites and performers. The work consists of four solo performances created in four cites: Toronto, Montreal Chicago and Buffalo. Based on the Elizabethan Humours and researching the nature of madness the audience is witness to both live and live feed virtual performance.
Critical Previews and Reviews:
DANCE: One performance, two countries, four mad humours by Chris Dupuis, Xtra!, Toronto, October 25, 2011
James Morrow explodes in ‘Four Mad Humours’ by Laura Molzahn, WBEZ91.5, November 9, 2011
Experimental piece links Toronto, Buffalo by Colin Dabkowski, Buffalo News, October 31, 2011
Connect four: Technology brings dancers together on screen, stage by Colin Dabkowski, Buffalo News, November 4, 2011
Taking Humours Seriously by Michael Crabb, The Toronto Star, October 28, 2011
Les raisons de la colère by Marion Gerbier, DFDanse, November 11, 2011
4 pour 2, en 4 couleurs by Catherine Lalonde, Le Devoir, November 12, 2011
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