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Festival Programming Announcement: June 26th

Computer graphic image of many dots of different sizes, and shades of purple partially cover a background of green and purple wavy lines. Photo by Kari Pederson

What Brings You In

Interdisciplinary / Music / Participatory


Leslie Ting Productions


Venue
The Theatre Centre - BMO Incubator/ Online


AUGUST 5, 8:45 PM

AUGUST 6, 2:00 PM


The listed duration includes a 15 minute Q&A after each show.


80 Minutes


Ticket Price
$15, $25, $35

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Computer graphic image of many dots of different sizes, and shades of purple partially cover a background of green and purple wavy lines. Photo by Kari Pederson

A violinist confronts the noise of her psyche in an electroacoustic soundscape. A percussionist sifts through her subconscious in a sandbox. 

What Brings You In  is an interactive multimedia performance by Leslie Ting. This music-driven project explores the many ways we engage in the therapeutic process based on interview research, and personal experiences with talk therapy, hypnotherapy, dreamwork, sandplay, somatics, and reiki. 

You can experience WBYI as part of the SummerWorks Lab from your personal device either at home, or with others at the venue. This project is working toward accessibility for people with low-vision or blindness. Audiences can disengage visually, and be guided by live integrated audio descriptions.

Featuring percussionist Germaine Liu, music by Linda Catlin Smith, two commissioned electroacoustic pieces by Rose Bolton and Julia Mermelstein, and binaural sound design by Matt Smith (Prince Nifty).

For In-Person Audience: Please bring your own well-functioning phone (or computer or tablet) that runs Chrome, Safari, or Firefox (not Internet Explorer). This show has integrated audio descriptions and works with screen readers. All shows are relaxed performances – the lights are lowered, audience can move around or leave the space throughout the performance. Audience can control the volume of the show via their own device. If you want to attend the performance but do not have access to a device, before purchasing, please contact maricris@summerworks.ca.

For At-Home Audience: You will need headphones (or earbuds), a well-functioning phone (or computer or tablet) that runs Chrome, Safari, or Firefox (not Internet Explorer), as well as a stable internet connection. This show has integrated audio descriptions and works with screen readers. You will be emailed a link to the show after ticket purchase at least 24 hours in advance.

Leslie Ting: Creator, Violinist, Live audio Guide; Kari Pederson: Producer; Germaine Liu: Percussionist; Linda Catlin Smith, Rose Bolton, Julia Mermelstein: Composer; Matt Smith: Recorded Audio Engineer & Sound Designer; Matt Rideout: Live Performance Audio Engineer; Marie LeBlanc Flanagan: Experience Designer; Ramsey Nasser: Web Developer; Jessica Watkin: Blind/Disability Dramaturg; Nicole Eun-Ju Bell: Production Designer; Stephanie Kuse: Web Visual Identity Consultant; Darren Creech: Stage Manager and Production Assistant; Adam Paolozza: Production Assistant 


Made possible with the support of RISER through Why Not Theatre, Theatre Passe Muraille, and the Canada Council for the Art’s Digital Now Initiative.


Proof of Vaccination and face masks will be required for those attending in person as this is an indoor venue.

Relaxed Performance Icon

Relaxed performance environment.

Visual Story for this location is available on our Accessibility Page.


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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