Until one is forced to believe that Art is Dead does one find resonance in the truth that Real Art Never Dies.

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Shirley Valentine, at the Gateway Theatre, was my absolute favorite theatre piece this year. Lois Anderson did such an amazing monologue that it made me go to the library just to reread the script. I don't think I've ever been that drawn into a local performance since 7 Stories.


The Drowsy Chaperone, at the Vancouver Playhouse was another fun surprise to watch and the concept was brilliantly charming.




Cirque du Solei's Corteo was another impressive highlight. It was my very first time seeing a Cirque performance and I'm very glad I went!
Hope you enjoy my 2008 theatre doodles :)

4 comments:

Sean said...

The girls in the chandeliers were the best. They guy on the ladder was crazy awesome too.

Christine said...

Wow hey you posted a lot! Looks like your holiday was really productive! Happy New Year Yumiko! I whish you the best and lots of successful projects (one in particular ;) )

Oh you saw Cirque du Soleil I'm so jealous. I think last time I saw them live I was.... 7 years old.

Nice drawings really. I like their actions poses. My fav is also the girl with the candler. And I the woman under the cloud too.

Toby Cochran said...

Hey Yumiko!!

Nice to see you are still posting!!! We will have to catch up soon! I really like some of these sketches, maybe I could talk ya into critiquing some of my sketches... I'm working on my short film for AM. and I'm going to do it in 2D and I'm struggling with the mom character design :P

Talk soon!!
tc

yums said...

Toby! Sure. Send your sketches this way! Haha, I'm still waiting for your Skype dude ;)