Expanding the possibilities
of performance

Festival Programming Announcement: June 26th

Sorrel and Laura stand on two different dirt pathways in front of a smattering of trees, with their backs facing the camera. On the left, Sorrel wears a red hat, blue jacket, red backpack, blue jeans, and brown boots. On the right, Laura wears a blue hat, teal jacket, black backpack, navy pants, and brown shoes. Beside Laura, there is a wooden post with a green sign stating directions. In the distance, there is a lake surrounded by tall brown grass. Above them, the sky is light blue with no visible clouds. Photo Credit: Elinor Whidden

Connected as we are

Interdisciplinary / Live Art / Participatory


in association with Stratford Festival Lab


August 13, 6:00am EST/ 11:00am GMT+1

August 13, 10:00am EST/ 3:00pm GMT+1

August 13, 1:00pm EST/ 6:00pm GMT+1

August 14, 6:00am EST/ 11:00am GMT+1

August 14, 10:00am EST/ 3:00pm GMT+1

August 14, 1:00pm EST/ 6:00pm GMT+1


90 Minutes


Ticket Price
Free

Sorrel and Laura stand on two different dirt pathways in front of a smattering of trees, with their backs facing the camera. On the left, Sorrel wears a red hat, blue jacket, red backpack, blue jeans, and brown boots. On the right, Laura wears a blue hat, teal jacket, black backpack, navy pants, and brown shoes. Beside Laura, there is a wooden post with a green sign stating directions. In the distance, there is a lake surrounded by tall brown grass. Above them, the sky is light blue with no visible clouds. Photo Credit: Elinor Whidden

To book tickets in Norwich, follow this link.

To book tickets in Toronto, follow this link.

*Public sharings for this project are happening simultaneously in Toronto, ON and Norwich, UK. Please make sure to book into the correct city. You must be able to physically attend the performance in one of these two cities*

Sorrel Muggridge & Laura Nanni are interdisciplinary artists who have been working with each other since summer 2006, often with an ocean between them—Sorrel in England, Laura in Canada. Their collaborative works deal with journeys, distance, and translation of space. 

Individually, their practices have always responded to preoccupations with human geography and site specificity. Collaboratively their works explore how people understand and connect with their surroundings; and how we can build and communicate a shared sense of place?

Sorrel and Laura  transform records of actions and experiences into installations that can be appreciated as maps, abstract forms, and narratives of the journeys. They also create artworks that connect audiences in separate locations sharing a journey at the same time. While moving through their different environments together, landscapes intertwine.

Created by Sorrel Muggridge & Laura Nanni


Part of the SummerWorks Lab programming – a place for exploration, experimentation, and process. In the Lab, you can experience new works in development from artists exploring new possibilities in performance.


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