- September 21, 1985 to September 22, 1985
Twilight Rambler is a one-man musically theatrical presentation, performed by David Campbell. Through the combined arts of singing, storytelling and poetry, David portrays his own experiences in search of his true identity. The journey starts in colonial Guyana, proceeds to Canada, then on to Great Britain and back to Canada once more. In the end he becomes at one with his Native Indian ancestry. This is the saga of a universal man.
By David Campbell, Susan McKinley
artist | 4 ProgramsArtists Susan McKinley
- February 12, 1985 to February 23, 1985
"This work can turn the noun angst into a verb carrying the viewer into a dark forest of lost hope. Ultimately we find the hope within ourselves and are better for seeing the work." - unknown
By Howard Brenton, Ken Gerberick, Mickey Stankovic, Susan McKinley
- September 29, 1984 to October 15, 1984
"The Pope Show features the works of 15 artists, each work a comment on Pope John Paul II's visit to Canada or the Catholic Church or organized religion. Many were satirical, many were political" (from Voice article).
By Danielle Peacock, Dawn Richards, Garry Ross, Hillary Wood, Jean McRae, John Crossen, Kempton Dexter, Lalo, Lorna Mulligan, Maggie Putnam, Spike, Susan McKinley