Alisa Palmer
Canadian playwright and theatre director
Alisa Palmer
Alisa Palmer is a Canadian theatre director and playwright. Born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada, Alisa Palmer completed a degree in history at McGill University. Her theatre education was based in Montreal and included training with Phillippe Gaullierof Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Cirque de Soleil (acrobatics), L’école de Mime Corporal de Montréal under Jean Asselin as well as periods of study with Brazilian director Agosto Boal.
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Monday, Aug. 22 - Advocate Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
... one-night-only improvisation tournament rematch to raise funds for WAM Theatre's November production of "The Attic, the Pearls and Three Fine Girls" by Martha Ross, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Jennifer Brewin, Alisa Palmer and Leah Cherniak, 7:30 pm $15
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The Bricklin is in high gear - CanadaEast.com
Google News - over 5 years
Working on this show is a pleasure, says director Alisa Palmer. Back in the 1970s, Palmer's mother was one of Richard Hatfield's many volunteers. She recalls helping her mother lick the many Christmas cards Hatfield sent. She also remembers a gentleman
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Entrepreneur reflects on gull-winged car - Times and Transcript
Google News - over 5 years
Cracking jokes with theatre staff, members of the play's production crew, director Alisa Palmer and playwright Allen Cole, the amiable entrepreneur circled the legendary SV-1, posing for pictures next to the car's famed gull-wing doors,
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Enlightening The Speed of Ideas: Shaw in the 21st Century at the Shaw Festival - Hospitality Net (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... panels over this weekend include award-winning Canadian playwrights Linda Griffiths, Michael Healey, Ann-Marie MacDonald, John Murrell; directors Philip Akin, Jackie Maxwell, Christopher Newton, Alisa Palmer, Morris Panych and Lisa Peterson
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Tony Kushner, Morris Panych, Suzan-Lori Parks, et al. Set for Shaw Festival's ... - TheaterMania.com
Google News - over 5 years
Other artists taking part in panels during the conference will be Canadian playwrights Linda Griffiths, Michael Healey, Ann-Marie MacDonald, John Murrell; directors Philip Akin, Jackie Maxwell, Christopher Newton, Alisa Palmer, Morris Panych and Lisa
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Interview: Swoon! - NOW Toronto
Google News - over 5 years
That scenario inspires Swoon!, a collective piece featuring the writing of Jordan Tannahill, Jason Maghanoy, Haley McGee, Ryan Griffith and Alisa Palmer. “A group of friends got together and wrote about their own experiences, all beginning with a
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Theatre 20 presents DRIVEN TO SCORE: Celebrating Canadian Musical Composers - blogTO (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... story and emotion in Theatre 20's Driven To Score. Featuring performances by Theatre 20 Founding Artists Louise Pitre, Ma-Anne Dionisio and David Keeley with Alana Bridgewater, Sterling Jarvis and Yvan Pednault. Directed by Alisa Palmer
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Alisa Palmer – Nur ein Wimpernschlag - Monsters and Critics
Google News - almost 6 years
Von Rainer Molz Songs, die mitten ins Herz treffen - Alisa Palmer oder wie man mit Musik Schmerz und Trauer besiegen kann. Mit einer Stimme, die bewegt und berührt, singt Alisa Palmer über die Leichtigkeit des Seins, in der selbst Engel keine Flügel
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In Canada, Shaw Plays Well With Others
NYTimes - over 6 years
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ontario DON'T be fooled by the friendly small talk and warm customer service showered on tourists who visit the Shaw Festival here. Despite what you might have heard, not every Canadian is nice and unassuming. If you need evidence to challenge that stereotype, look no further than Moya O'Connell, the radiant actress from
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Alisa Palmer
    THIRTIES
  • 2004
    Palmer has an eclectic and robust directorial style, and has worked on such diverse projects as her own A Play About the Mothers of the Plaza del Mayo, which made a compelling use of the Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, a production of Pal Joey at the Shaw Festival in 2004, and several plays by Ann-Marie MacDonald, whom she married in 2003.
    More Details Hide Details She is presently working on a musical theatre production of The Lord of the Rings in Toronto.
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