Natasha Poon Woo in Rock Bottom Movement's hollow mountain. Choreographed by Alyssa Martin with Music by Sydney Herauf, Lighting Design by Noah Feaver and Set by Katie Mooney

hollow mountain

hollow mountain is a dark comedy that follows five friends through an outlandish inner-mountain adventure of demonic possession, self-mutilation and a little tap dance. 

 

Choreographed and Directed by Alyssa Martin with new music by Sydney Herauf, hollow mountain is a whimsically gory thriller about navigating the inner rocky territory of our psyches and trying to stay afloat in a world of endings.

Residencies + Support:

• Banff Centre for Creativity - Supported by Canada Council for the Arts

• Walter Carsen Centre - Supported by National Ballet of Canada's CreativAction Open Space Programme

• Canadian Stage - Supported by RBC Emerging Artist Director in Residence

• Winchester Theatre - Supported by Toronto Dance Theatre & Toronto Arts Council

 

Premiered at Collective Space in Toronto ON November 2019 (Self Produced) and presented at Wildside Festival in Montreal QC at Centaur Theatre January 2020. 

 

Choreography Alyssa Martin 

Original Music Sydney Herauf 

Performers/Collaborators: Drew Berry, Brayden Cairns, Samantha Grist, Sydney Herauf and Natasha Poon Woo 
Lighting Design by Noah Feaver
Set by Katie Mooney 

Technical Direction by David Bernstein 

Costumes by Katie Mooney and Alyssa Martin 
Outside Eyes: Ben Landsberg and Molly Reisman 

AWARDS: 

Dora Mavor Moore Award Winner Outstanding Production 

Dora Mavor Moore Award Winner Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination Outstanding Choreography 

Dora Mavor Moore Nomination Outstanding Sound Design 

 

Video from Collective Space. Filmed November 2019 by Francesca Chudnoff. 

 

Photos by Francesca Chudnoff