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The Deep Field welcomes Max Ciesielski, a resident of Calgary’s Drop In Centre, who gives a ground eye view of the week the D.I. was evacuated during the Calgary floods.
In 2013 during the Calgary floods, the Drop In Centre was evacuated and the thousand plus residents temporarily set up shop inside a decommissioned hotel. Max walks us through the amazing details of that week.
About the Authors
Laurel Green is a dramaturg, director and producer. Artistic Associate at Alberta Theatre Projects (@atplive) in Calgary, she works in new play development, production dramaturgy, programming, and creating events for ATP’s Exchange audience series.
Laurel is a board member for the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (@LMDAmericas) Canada chapter. She often works as a freelancer and she loves hosting secret performances in her backyard.
Col Cseke is a Calgary based playwright, performer, podcaster, and documentary theatre maker. He is also the Co-Artistic Director of Verb Theatre and the AD of Inside Out Theatre, Calgary’s mixed-ability theatre company. Primarily working in new work and non-fiction/participatory theatre Col’s work has premiered at the High Performance Rodeo, ATP’s playRites Festival, and the Calgary International Children’s Festival. His play Jim Forgetting is published by Scirocco Drama.
Anton de Groot is a freelance designer, creator, and theatre maker based in Calgary, and has recently completed an MFA in Design and Technical Theatre. His main interest is in scenography within a devised theatre process; how immediate integration of light, sound and projection can be used in the conceptualization and creation of new plays. As is a co-producer of The Deep Field Podcast, he brings a theatrical sensibility to the work, attempting to bring the wide audio scope of the stage to your earbuds while telling stories that are both intimate and surprising.