Cue6 is excited by pushing the boundaries of storytelling – experimenting with form, aesthetic and the blending of disciplines to create mirrors for the truths of our lives.
Creating an intimate discourse between art and audience, our aim is not to reflect audiences directly, but instead to offer them the stage on which to project their own experiences and hopefully come out looking at the world a little differently.
Cue6 develops new work and premieres provocative productions from local and international artists, triggering reflection one play at a time.
Past projects include We Three by Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman, which was developed by the company and produced as a part of the inaugural season of Tarragon Theatre’s Workspace Initiative. Byhalia, Mississippi, produced in January 2016 was part of a groundbreaking 7-city simultaneous ‘World Premiere Conversation’. Its sold-out run went on to be nominated for the Dora for Outstanding Performance – Claire Armstrong. pool (no water) by Mark Ravenhill, premiered at the 2015 Toronto Fringe Festival, and was named Best of the Toronto Fringe 2015. It was shortlisted by NOW Magazine amongst the best productions, ensembles and directors of the festival as well as being nominated for Best Production by Broadway World. Cue6’s 2014 production of The New Colony’s Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up received a Dora Nomination for Outstanding Performance – Rebecca Liddiard. In 2012 Illiatovitch-Goldman’s play Pieces starring Rosemary Dunsmore, stunned audiences with it unconventional structure. While the arc of the narrative stayed the same the order of the scenes were presented in random each night changing the characters’ emotional discoveries. The company’s first production, The Guilty Party, premiered as a part of Ryerson Theatre School’s New Voices Festival and went on to be independently produced by Cue6.
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