One Yellow Rabbit

What The Thunder Said

Jan. 13 - Jan. 30 2015

A 2014/15 season past production

As a culture what have we learned from WWI?

What echoes and parallels persist a century later?

On the centenary of the First World War, the award-winning hometown One Yellow Rabbit Ensemble teams up with esteemed Canadian theatre artist, Peter Hinton – for the world premiere of What The Thunder Said.

This performance triptych examines the turbulent first quarter of the twentieth century. Using T.S. Eliot’s iconic poem, The Waste Land, for inspiration, language and illumination, the One Yellow Rabbit Ensemble examines lament, the struggle for hope and beauty amidst the damage in the aftermath of the First World War.

Directed by Blake Brooker  •  Staged by Denise Clarke  • Created by the One Yellow Rabbit Ensemble and Guest Artist Peter Hinton

Performed by Denise Clarke, Andy Curtis, Michael Green and Peter Hinton

Stage Managed by Michelle Kennedy  •  Sound Design by Dewi Wood  •  Technical Direction by Nicole Olson Grant-Suttie

The Ensemble

Blake Trudie Lee Sept.2015

Founder. Creator. Idea Generator. Poetic Wordsmith. Visionary Cool Guy.
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MGreen Headshots Trudie Lee

Remembered as a free-thinking, fun-loving, community connector and Co-Founder, Co-Artistic Director, Actor, and Curator of the High Performance Rodeo.
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Denise Clarke

Dancer. Choreographer. Actor. Writer. Director. Teacher. Mentor.
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Remembered as the Composer of the soundtrack of One Yellow Rabbit
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Andy Curtis Headshot Nov 2009

Light-hearted. Waggish. Playful.
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Peter Hinton Mike Tan Photo

A nationally recognized playwright and director
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