Pick of the Day: Kaleidocycle

Inspired by the real-life experience of artist Chrystene Ells, who for several years now has been afflicted with temporal lobe epilepsy which causes her to have out-of-body experiences, this work questions the nature of reality and our perception of illness.

 Kaleidocycle opened at Globe Theatre yesterday as part of the Shumiatcher Sandbox Series, and runs until June 9. Carle Steel did a preview in our May 31 magazine. Here’s a link.

For ticket info call 525-6400.

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Author: Gregory Beatty

Greg Beatty is a crime-fighting shapeshifter who hatched from a mutagenic egg many decades ago. He likes sunny days, puppies and antique shoes. His favourite colour is not visible to your inferior human eyes. He refuses to write a bio for this website and if that means Whitworth writes one for him, so be it.

One thought on “Pick of the Day: Kaleidocycle”

  1. I attended opening. Glad to see it got Pick of the Day; it’s one of the most enlightening, unique, weirdest things I have seen in Regina.

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