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    SWS Podcast 05

    Episode five of the SWS Podcast in which Adrienne Wong and Jacob Zimmer discuss performing live to tape, applying bio-data collection techniques to theatre, placing the user at the centre of the experience, and the changes to the Canada Council’s Awards to theatre operating companies.  iTunes | RSS

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    LINKS TO THINGS WE TALK ABOUT

    AT mic
    Techne: Getting Fit article about collecting more data.
    Heisenberg  principle: “This ascribes the uncertainty in the measurable quantities to the jolt-like disturbance triggered by the act of observation.”
    Dustin Harvey’s terrible Skype photo
    Adrienne was, indeed, using the term “false syllogism” incorrectly.
    Neptune Theatre  Jacob would like to clarify that he meant the early 2000’s, not the 1990’s.

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    About the Author

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    I am a theatre artist who creates work outside of theatres. My works include LANDLINE with Dustin Harvey, Me On The Map with Jan Derbyshire, and an experimental (to me) new play to be performed inside a theatre – thanks to PTC’s Associates program. Formerly Artistic Producer of Neworld Theatre, I’m settling into my new role as Associate Artist.