Charlie recieved the 2015 Saskatoon and Area Theatre Award for Outstanding Lighting Design for his design of Two Corpses Go Dancing.
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Southern Dandy 75 (Otto Helmut Productions/Live Five)
Apple by Vern Thiessen (Orchard Creative/Live Five)
Iskotew (Gordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre)
Reclaim (Gorton Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre)
Charlie designed the lights and assisted with the projections for GTNT’s World-Premiere production of Marcel Petit’s Reclaim, the first production to put Saskatoon’s Studio 914 in the round.
Two Corpses Go Dancing (Two Unruly Gentlemen/Live Five)
Charlie did the lighting design for Two Unruly Gentlemen’s production of Two Corpses Go Dancing by Andrew Taylor with Donovan Scheirer, presented by Live Five. His work on the production earned him the 2015 Saskatoon and Area Theatre Award for Outstanding Lighting Design.
The House You Build (Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company)
Charlie directed and designed the lights for Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company’s World Premier production of Donna Michelle St-Bernard’s The House You Build, commissioned for and performed by their Circle of Voices Program.
Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance Inter-tribal Gathering hosted by Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company 2014
Created a flexible lighting design for a three-quarter round stage with rotating, festival-style performances each night.
Stop Kiss (Embrace Theatre/Live Five) 2014
Charlie directed and designed the lights for Embrace Theatre’s production of Stop Kiss by Diana Son, presented by Live Five.
Love/Stories (Ball and Chain Theatre/Live Five) 2014
Charlie did the lighting design for Ball and Chain Theatre’s production of Love/Stories: Or, But You Will Get Used To It by Itamar Moses, presented by Live Five.
Photocredit: Brad Proudlove
Strawberries in January (Persephone Theatre) 2014
Charlie worked as Assistant Lighting Designer on Persephone Theatre‘s production of Strawberries in January by Evelyn De La Cheneliére, with Stephen Wade (Lighting Designer) and Gordon McCall (director).
The Frenzy of Queen Maeve (Bzzt! Trap Door Theatre/Live Five) 2013
Nominated for 3 Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards