TAKES TWO MEN TO MAKE A BROTHER

TAKES TWO MEN TO MAKE A BROTHER
Conception: Jordan Tannahill
Direction: Nathan Schwartz
Featuring: Cody Campanale, Lucas Carravetta, Alexander Carson, Cameron Rufelds, Jeremie Saunders
Technical Direction: Rae Powell
Assistant Technical Direction: Benjamin Carson
Lighting Design: Nick Rose
Takes Two Men To Make a Brother was a performance investigation into college frat culture and it's complex relationship to homoeroticism and homophobia. The piece featured raw performances by real frat boys, dramatic re-enactments, video documentation, and drunken party stunts constructed as performance art. From rites of initiation, hazings, keggers to candid revelations on the nature of manhood, sexuality, and fraternity, Takes Two Men to Make a Brother wove the fantasies of the subjects with the realities of their frat lives to create an equally poignant and horrifying portrait of youthful masculinity.

 

PERFORMANCES
Harbourfront Centre’s Studio Theatre, Toronto
HATCH: emerging performance projects
April 6-7, 2009
The Theatre Centre, Toronto
Scotiabank Nuit Blanche
October 3, 2009