Presented in partnership with Outside the March and in association with Stratford Festival Lab
Wildseed Centre for Activism & Art
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How do you want to feel? What’s holding you back?
Release fear. Realize your potential. Discover who you are truly meant to be in this new world.
Be the first to experience PORTAL, an immersive systems update for your human software. In just 11 minutes of solo embodied exploration, PORTAL uses patented R.A.V.E. technology to tune your frequency to infinite love.
PORTAL is the latest innovation of The R.A.V.E. Institute, founded by techno-futurist and DJ Me Time in partnership with Outside the March to cultivate human potential and social change through ritual dance experiences. Join them during The Pop-Up Experience: PORTAL in collaboration with new media artist Karl Skene, intuitive choreographer Jaz Fairy J and co-conspirator and OtM founding member Amy Keating, for an opportunity to experience your own solo rave ritual.
The experience is currently SOLD OUT. But you can join the waitlist by following the Get Tickets button.
Join the movement at www.theraveinstitute.com. Your dancefloor awaits.
Note: Due to the one-to-one nature of the project, please note there is limited availability.
Created by Me Time (Sarah Barrable-Tishauer)
Associate Artist — Amy Keating
Designer/New Media Artist — Karl Skene
Choreographer — Jaz Fairy J
Venue Partner — Wildseed Centre for Arts and Activism
TD Forward March is supported by TD Bank Group through the TD Ready Commitment.
See information about the other projects from The Pop-Up Experience below.
Portal is an 11-minute indoor solo experience. Audience members must remain masked at all times. There may be up to an additional five creative team members present distanced in the space. The space is wheelchair accessible and features an accessible washroom. A small number of ASL-interpreted performances will be made available and announced soon. If you have further access questions you can get in touch with our access team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.