Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea


KDOONS Network & WYRD Productions present
a PANAMANIA presented by CIBC World Premiere event
in association with The 20K Collective

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea

from July 11 2015 to July 15 2015

Board the Nautilus and meet the mysterious Captain Nemo in this modern adaption by Rick Miller and Craig Francis of the classic Jules Verne undersea adventure. Experience a dazzling multimedia production, for all ages, that connects the wonder of the Victorian era with today’s scientific and water related issues.

Dora and Gemini award-winning Miller directs and stars as Captain Nemo in an immersive and interactive theatrical experience that explores the nature of power… and the power of nature.

Don’t miss this World Premiere event!

Production credits:

Created by: Craig Francis and Rick Miller
Directed by: Rick Miller
Featuring: Rick Miller, Mary-Lee Picknell, Marco Poulin, Andrew Shaver,

Other credits:
DECO DAWSON: Projection designer
ITAI ERDAL: Lighting Designer
RICHARD FEREN: Composer & Sound Designer
YANNIK LARIVEE: Set/Costume/Props Designer
CRYSTAL SALVERDA: Stage Manager
ANDRAEA SARTISON: Assistant Director
SHAWN KETTNER: Puppet Designer
LENNY SOLOMON: Composer
IRINA LITVINENKO: Multimedia Project Manager

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea was developed in association with The 20K Collective and was commissioned for the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games arts and culture festival, PANAMANIA presented by CIBC.


Description:
KDOONS/WYRD Productions is unique concept in family entertainment and storytelling, integrating online education with live entertainment. WYRD is one of Canada’s leading international exporters of multimedia theatre, whose past productions include MacHomer, Bigger Than Jesus and HARDSELL. The KDOONS Network has created award-winning online educational content for families all over the world. Together, they have not only developed the stage shows Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea and BOOM (the most-produced new play in Canada in 2015-16), but several new web series that adapt the themes of the plays for a younger audience. For more information or to partner with us, visit kdoons.com.