One bus stop.  Infinite destinations…

Winston, a man of particular particularities, is expecting nothing other than a perfectly normal day.  The appearance of eleven year old Penny at his bus stop is the first thing to upset his routine, but what he doesn’t realize is that today, Penny would be the least of his worries.  The universe has conspired to send these strangers on a fantastical journey through time and space, forcing them to confront their fears head-on as they struggle to find their way home.  But will they claim their place in the universe?

“A captivating, wordless journey of physical theatre.”
– Edmonton Journal

“Whether you’re a parent with a school-age child or just a grown-up who needs reminding that the universe is awesome, you’ll be delighted by Wonderheads.”
– Winnipeg Free Press

“As always, their ability to convey expression through expressionless masks is remarkable. The masks never move, yet suggest a range of emotion thanks to outstanding physical performances.”
– CBC

“Prepare to be entertained.”
– Star Phoenix

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 Credits

Devised in Ensemble by: Andrew Phoenix, Emily Windler & Kate Braidwood
With Additional Devising and Direction by:  Brian Kuwabara
Original Music by: Bill Ibsen
Masks and Sound Design by: Kate Braidwood
Set Design by: Andrew Phoenix
Lighting Design by: Andrew Phoenix
‘Angus’ Costume Design by: Valerie Ditchfield
Stage Management and Sound Operation: Brian Kuwabara & Anthony Arnista
Dramaturgical Feedback: Meg Braem

Based on Winston’s Last Puzzle, an original short piece devised by: Kate Braidwood, Nathaniel Justiniano, Toby Mulford and Lindsey B. Gillette, with additional development by Angela Horchem and Matt Walley.


 Cast

Winston: Emily Windler
Penny: Kate Braidwood
Angus: Andrew Phoenix
Narrator: Louise Watson


The Middle of Everywhere is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council, and was created with the support of the Headwaters Artist-in-Residence program.  Which is awesome.