Room 333

A One Yellow Rabbit Production

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Wed. Feb. 15 & Thu. Feb. 16

7:30 p.m.

$30 / members $25.50

Tickets go on sale on December 7 to members, and on December 9 to the public.


Wednesday, Feb. 15

7:30 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 16

7:30 p.m.

A moving and humorous investigation of loss and the beauty of life by legendary artist and Order of Canada recipient, Denise Clarke.

"I am struck by her authenticity, ease and presence as a performer." – The Dance Current

Performed at artsPlace after it’s Calgary premiere, Room 333 features the “raw physicality” (Lori Montgomery, The YYScene) of Denise Clarke as she brings a signature mosaic of text, movement and a light touch to the storytelling.

Lands End's Beth Root Sandvoss accompanies performing Kaija Saariaho's exquisite “Sept Papillons”. Sandvoss breathes into the music of the Finnish composer, whose body of work has travelled the world to international acclaim.

"To be in her presence and to share the room with this phenomenally gifted artist is a truly transformative experience." – David Rhymer


Denise Clarke

Denise began working with One Yellow Rabbit in 1983. In 1997, she created the Summer Lab Intensive and as Director continues to welcome a broad range of established and emerging artists from all over the world.

Denise has toured extensively in shows and she continues to teach, provide master classes, and lecture across Canada and abroad. Other work includes choreography for Theatre Calgary and Alberta Theatre Projects in Calgary, Edmonton's Citadel Theatre, Crows Theatre, Canadian Stage Company in Toronto, the Belfry Theatre in Victoria, and the Shaw Festival in Niagara on the Lake.

On December 30th, 2013, Denise was appointed as a Member to the Order of Canada, one of Canada's highest civilian honours. Prior to this appointment, she was also recognized by the University of Calgary with an Honourary Doctorate from the Faculty of Arts.

Recently Denise wrote The Big Secret Book, An Intense Guide To Creating Performance Theatre.

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