The Band Played a Love Song at the Kaffé •
2021 • Video • Puppets at the local bar fall under the spell of the band, until the music stops. Hand made puppets and artwork made by the people of Wakefield Quebec.
What Happened to the Seeker? The India Movie • 2015 • 23 minutes • Video • Currently not on display • In this video, the Seeker is still trying to find herself through but her search itself is the ethical problem. more …
Epiphany • Play Structure • Nadia Ross • 2010 • 5 pages • Epiphany is a play development tool meant to celebrate a given community, engage them and deepen our appreciation of the central element of drama: the moment of insight. more…
Hand drawn cards on concrete
Text and artwork by:
Nadia Ross and George Acheson
Two tiny plays on the essence of theatre • “Bone” (1993) and “Kiss me” (1994) • by Nadia Ross
Desire is in the essence of relationship and relationship is in the essence of the theatre….
People Watching Station • 2015 • Installation • Detail from “What Happened to the Seeker” • Table, two chairs, pens, sheet with directions and questions to answer, binoculars tied to the table
Two garbage cans with labels: 1) I’m sorry for judging you 2) I’m not sorry for judging you
Stay Calm Make Cash •
2021 • Loop • Video • Recycled Art
Video, editor and puppeteer: Nadia Ross • Video, set and puppeteer: Rob Scott • Puppet: Rick Ritza • Sign: Randolph MacMillan • Costume: Heidi Honegger
Hello World • 2021 • 3:17 Video • In response to STO Union’s international tours being cancelled for two years due to the pandemic, the German festival Theater der Welt reached out to the artists it had programmed and asked them to make a three-minute video in lieu of travelling there to perform.
Living in a Market Society Is Harsh •
2021 • 26 seconds • Video • Credits: Text, edit and music: Nadia Ross • Video: Rob Scott and Nadia Ross • Puppeteers: Ross and Scott and the villagers of Wakefield • Puppet by: William Hamilton St-Aumond • Set and costumes: Stephanie Hill, Rob Scott, Heidi Honegger, Nadia Ross.
STO Union recognizes that its head office in Farrellton, Quebec is located on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation whose presence here dates back to time immemorial.