Honeymoon: Played Out

Honeymoon: Played Out

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Ok, theatre
Margaret Rose, Mick (Micaela) Robertson
35 minutes

“Honeymoon: Played Out” is a curated arts spree featuring over a dozen new and exciting young artists. Based on a live event that occurred in the summer of 2019, this video showcases animations, digital performance, mixed media monologue, and very special musical guests. Each artist interprets the idea of life after the honeymoon stage, pertaining to all things love, work, and beyond.



Funké Joseph (Catdog)
Isaac Roberts
Jaek Eastcott
Jennifer Law-Smith
Kenneth Collins
Lillian Ross-Millard
Paris Molokwu (Parisunltd)
Pony Nicole Herauf
Sabrina Carrizo Sztainbok (Huxlii)
Spencer Glassman
and many more!
Margaret Rose
Mick (Micaela) Robertson
Isaac Roberts
Mick (Micaela) Robertson
Poster Art
Isaac Roberts
Margaret Rose
Micaela (Mick) Robertson
Frosina Pejcinovska
UC Follies
Sabrina Weinstein
Technical Director
Isaac Roberts

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Land acknowledgement

In writing this land acknowledgment, we renew our commitment to holding ourselves and those around us accountable for the ignorance and injustice committed against the Indigenous Peoples of this land. This piece was created by artists across the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. This Territory is the subject of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, an agreement between the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Confederacy of the Anishnaabek and Allied Nations to peaceably care for and share the resources around the Great Lakes.

Our company and collaborators currently and continually commit to decolonizing spaces and systems through equitable hiring, education, and continuous acts of protest, steadfast in following the lead of the Indigenous Peoples of this sacred land.

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