Un dimanche au Segal: Every Brilliant Thing

24 oct. 2021 - 24 oct. 2021 | En ligne

11 h

Il y a quelque chose de très unique et émouvant dans la forme interactive que prend le spectacle solo Every Brilliant Thing. Cette édition virtuelle d'Un dimanche au Segal rassemblera un panel de comédiens ayant par le passé interprété le rôle du Narrateur (ou Elle/Lui) de la pièce. Les panélistes discuteront entre autres de leur interprétation personnelle de ce spectacle solo. Découvrez pourquoi Every Brilliant Thing a touché le coeur de tant de gens, en explorant la manière dont l'expérience personnelle de chacun des comédiens guide la façon dont la pièce et son personnage principal sont reçus par les membres du public. Nous sommes ravis d'accueillir : Jenna-Lee Hyde (Narratrice au Burnt Thicket Theatre, Live Five, Fire Exit Theatre, Globe Theatre), Dawn Petten (Narratrice au Belfry Theatre), Steve Ross (Narrateur au New Stages), John Ullyatt (Narrateur au Citadel Theatre), et Daniel Brochu (Segal Centre). Notre animatrice de la saison 2021-2022, Sarah Deshaies (radio CJAD), agira à titre de modératrice avec toute sa perspicacité et ses remarques judicieuses qui lui valent son style bien à elle. 

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Jenna Lee Hyde 
Jenna-Lee is a prairie born-and-raised actor and artist living in Toronto. Select theatre credits include: Every Brilliant Thing (Burnt Thicket Theatre, Live Five, Fire Exit Theatre, Globe Theatre), Molly Bloom (Fourth Gorgon Theatre / Toronto Fringe, NAC #canadaperforms), Our Town (Theatre Rusticle / Buddies in Bad Times), Drowning Girls (Globe Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan). Film/TV: Workin’ Moms (CBC). She has also performed at Second City in Toronto as a member of House Co. www.jennaleehyde.com; @jennaleehyde 

Dawn Petten
Dawn is an actor who works and lives on the ancestral, unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations in Vancouver. Dawn performed Every Brilliant Thing at the beloved Belfry Theatre in Victoria, BC (directed by Estelle Shook), just before COVID shut down our stages and before she could tour the show to Western Canada Theatre in Kamloops. Dawn is a multiple Jessie Richardson Award nominee and winner. Favourite productions include Tear the Curtain!; A Doll’s House; as well as a number of seasons at Bard on the Beach, numerous shows at Caravan Farm Theatre, and many years with Theatre Replacement’s East Van Panto (another rendition of which she goes into rehearsal for in a of couple weeks). #1 on Dawn’s Brilliant List: the dance moves of her 4-year-old daughter.

Steve Ross
Stratford: Guys and Dolls, The Lion, the Witch…, Shakespeare in Love, Hamlet, The Alchemist, Man of La Mancha, Grapes of Wrath, The Misanthrope, Kiss Me, Kate, Cyrano de Bergerac, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Odyssey, Midsummer Night's Dream, Coriolanus. Elsewhere: goldfish (Here for Now), Every Brilliant Thing, The Foursome, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again (New Stages); Fleeto, Oh, the Humanity, 4th Graders (Tiny Room); London Road (Dora Award), Indian Ink, Into the Woods, Dream (Canadian Stage); Assassins (Dora Award) (TIFT); Frog and Toad (MTYP); Orson's Shadow (Pilot Group); A New Brain (Musical Stage Company); Shrek, A Christmas Story (Grand); The Producers (Mirvish/Neptune); Seussical, Sylvia (Aquarius); The Three Musketeers (Chicago Shakespeare); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Citadel); Three Sisters (ATF).

John Ullyat
John Ullyatt (UH-lee-it) (he/him/his/il/lui) is a native Montrealer who makes his home in Edmonton. John played Nicky Arnstein in Funny Girl at the Segal Centre. He performed Every Brilliant Thing at the Citadel Theatre right before the beginning of the pandemic. He’s worked at many theatres across the country from Victoria to Montreal and is co-founder of Firefly Theatre & Circus. He is a notable street performer whose works have travelled to Japan, Ireland, and all over Canada. Over the past year and a half, he has become Head Distiller at Lone Pine Distilling in Edmonton.

Daniel Brochu
Segal Centre Every Brilliant Thing (May 2021), Tribes, Haunted Hillbilly (SideMart Theatrical Grocery), Scientific Americans, Othello, Guys and Dolls Elsewhere Little Prince (Geordie), Art (Hudson Village Theatre), Last Night at the Gayety, Alice and the World we Live In (Centaur); 30 years of cartoon and voice over experience Awards Best Supporting Actor for Othello (METAs 2013); Three Daytime Emmy Awards for Arthur on PBS

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