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Re-experience Asphalt Jungle Shorts VI

Photos by Brian Kelly & Paddy GB.

June 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 2010

 

 

 

 

 

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Tracey Kenyon & Nicholas Cumming performing

EXIT STRATEGY

Written by

Michael Wilmot

Performed at

The Silver Spoon

 

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Bruce Wolff, Robin Bennett

& Tracey Kenyon (not shown)

performing

LOST

Written by

Shirley King

Directed by Jenni Munday

Performed on Gaukel Street.

 

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The audience wearing their special glasses for the 3-D play

 

 

 

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Roger Sumner & Ian McKellar

Performing the fight scene of

MATT & JEFF DO ROMEO & JULIET

WITH ZOMBIES in 3-D

Written by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Directed by Jenni Munday

Performed here, there, everywhere.

 

 

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Krista Sweeney

Skulking after the crowd long before her play – people wondered....

 

 

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Jessalyn Broadfoot & Robin Bennett

Performing

ENIGMAS

Written by Virgil Burnett

With Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Directed by Jenni Munday

Performed in Hallís Lane

 

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Andrew Frey & Arlene Thomas

Performing

BALANCE (scene I)

Written by Mary Harvey Levine

Directed by Robin Bennett

Performed near Hallís Lane

 

 

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The audienceís exodus from Hallís Lane

 

 

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Andrew Frey & Arlene Thomas

Performing

BALANCE (scene II)

Written by Mary Harvey Levine

Directed by Robin Bennett

Performed outside Classico Restaurant

(excellent food btw)

 

 

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Katharine Mills

Performing

LIVE NUD MANNEQUIN

Written by Gary Kirkham

Directed by Robin Bennett

Performed in the window of

 the temporary office

Of The Magnetic North Theatre Festival

 

 

 

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Bruce Wolff & Tracey Kenyon

Performing

WHATíS IN THE BOX?

Written by Yohanan Kaldi

Directed by Nicholas Cumming

Performed in the parking lot of the Legion.

 

 

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Ian McKEllar

Performing the balcony scene of

MATT & JEFF DO ROMEO & JULIET

WITH ZOMBIES in 3-D

Written by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Directed by Jenni Munday

Performed on the second floor of the Duke & Ontario parking garage.

 

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Abigail Slinger & Nicholas Cumming

Performing

DOUBLE-EDGED WORD

Written by Melissa Major

Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Performed at the green space

Duke & Ontario streets

 

 

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Jessalyn Broadfood

 

 

 

 

Waiting for the play to start.

 

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Jessalyn Broadfood & Katharine Mills

Performing

LIPSTICK & CIGARETTES

Written by Dwoght Storring

Directed by Nicholas Cumming

Performed in the green space

On Queen & Duke streets.

 

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The audience watching Matt & Jeff at St. Peterís Church

 

 

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Nicholas Cumming & Krista Sweeney

Performing

THINGS THEY DONíT TELL US

Written by C.J. Ehrlich

Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Performed near St. Peterís Church

 

 

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Andrew Frey

Performing

DESERT STORM

Written by Richard Ballon

Directed by Nicholas Cumming

In front of the Recruitment Office on Duke St.

 

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Roger also lead the Ďthrongí, which, from a past Bthrong leader,

 

 

 

 

 

Being the throng leader is a bit like herding cats.

 

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Abigail Slinger

Performing

ONE NIGHT

Written by Jocelyn Panda Perez

Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Performed near Duke & King Streets

 

 

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One Night – a monologue about how a young girl was affected by a cellist on the street...it just seemed a natural leap...

 

Hector Vasquez

Enchanted the entire block

With his beautiful playing

The audience was rightfully mesmerized.

 

Performed on the porch of what was

The Music Conservatory

Now a dance studio.

 

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Krista Sweeney

Performing

THE PERFECT MATCH

Written by Richard Ballon

Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

Performed in Goudieís Lane

 

 

 

Didnít get a good shot of this...

 

 

 

 

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Katharine Mills, Jessalyn Broadfoot & Robin Bennett

Performing

SUCH AS WE

Written by Mary Alice Mark

Directed by Jenni Munday

Performed well – in from on BMO

SUCH AS WE – by Alice Mark - King & Queen Streets.

 

 

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Brian Kelly outside The Museum.

ďSpare change for the arts!  Spare change for the arts!Ē

Thing is – he was giving out the money.  The audience had no clue what to do with the coins.

 

TIN CUP

Written by  Alan Haehnel

Directed by Paddy Gillard-Bentley

 

 

Andrew Frey & Abigail Slinger

Performing in

NECROSEXOLOGY

Written by

Lynda Martens

Directed by Robin Bennett

Performed at

The Rum Runner or The Museum

 

 

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Brian Kelly singing his original song

TRYING TO TELL YOU

The audience realized at different points during the song there werenít any real words in the verses.

 

By the repeat of the last chorus

ďEverybody sing!Ē

People were in stitches.

Written by Brian Kelly

Directed by Paddy BrianGillard-Bentley

Performed at

Brian Kelly performing his original song,

The Rum Runner & The Museum

 

 

 

Experience Theatre like you never have!  Is that woman beside you part of the show or just strange?

Are those policemen actors who are arresting the young man?   Nope.

Fifteen plays from 45 seconds to 13 minutes long, in places you'd never expect.

In our past events, some plays have been performed in store windows, garbage dumpsters, back alleys and

thirty feet below street level through a grate in the sidewalk.

 

The line between reality and imagination becomes blurred when you aren't sure what is a play,

and what is the usual natural theatre of downtown Kitchener.

 

Who was in the show

Who wrote the show

Who directed the show

Who made the show happen

 

AJS I    AJSII    AJSIII   AJSIV   AJSV  AJSVII

 

 

 

ASPHALT JUNGLE SHORTS VI

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The Box office this year was at...

 

 

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Kava Bean Commons

 

A unique cafť in downtown Kitchener.

24 Gaukel St. (between King and Charles St.)

 

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