We are incredibly excited to introduce our brand new website and logo!
Although our domain and social media handles will remain as Theatre Arcturus for now, we've dropped "Theatre" from our name and are moving forward as a performance company called Arcturus, in the spirit of opening our minds and honouring the many artistic disciplines through which we will tell our stories. Taking a theatrical approach to our work will always be a priority, but we connect just as strongly to aerial arts, which has its roots in circus. Throughout the coming years, if we are to innovate and contribute great ideas to our industry, we will need to stretch ourselves further into the unknown. The word Arcturus (a star, which is formed through collisions and turbulence before shining its brightest) fully embodies that scope, and the courage it's going to take to go there.
Thank you Joanne Lynn Galligan of Anchor Design for your endless patience, tweaking the logo again and again until we had it just so. You are always so wonderful to work with!
Thank you to everyone who has lent us guidance, opinions and support over the past few weeks, not to mention the past few years while we grew into the vision and mission that we now proudly display on our website.
Onward and upward! If anything inspires you, leaps out at you, or catches your interest, feel free to reach out to us at our new email address: email@example.com
This is a very cool project that we get to be part of next Wednesday. We've been paired up with a young artist from @squarecirclehq , a social circus organization in Regent Park, to create an aerial piece that tells his story of courage. The whole evening will be knit together with the brilliance of 7 Fingers. It's going to be life changing for everyone involved.
All proceeds go to support this incredible organization that is having a powerful impact on so many lives. Buy a ticket and get to the Distillery District!
Flashback to four years ago.
Between shows, in our first run of WEIRD in the distillery, looking a little defeated (with a tinge of defiance?).
A reminder of how far we've come (and that makeup! Hah!)
Still have those boots though.