Posts tagged Paradise Lost

Posted 3 weeks ago

Performer/Director Paul Van Dyck needs Canadians and Americans to help bring Paradise Lost and Magician Christian Cagigal’s Obscura to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 

Help out by donating or sharing this link:http://igg.me/at/BeyondtheMountain/x/120764

Posted 4 weeks ago
Short Summary

This August Beyond the Mountain will be taking its first ever trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with not 1 but 2 shows.
1. From Montreal will be bringing Paul Van Dyck’s Paradise Lost an a multi-media adaption of John Milton’s epic poem of the same name.
2. From San Francisco we will be bringing Christian Cagigal’s Obscura a storytelling close up magic show.
For this to happen we need your help! For even the smallest amount can make the biggest difference to us Please donate or share this campaign
THANK YOU!
What We Need & What You Get
We need at least $10,000. This money will go towards:
4 Plane tickets to Edinburgh
Accommodation for 2 and 1/2 weeks in Edinburgh
Flyers, posters, postcards etc
Our perks:

Donate $10 receive a thank you on our Facebook & twitter accounts. If you have anything to promote(a play, podcast, etsy) leave your desired link and we will promote it on our social media


Donate $20 receive a postcard from Edinburgh and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts. 


Donate $30 receive Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 poster, Postcard from Edinburgh and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

Donate $50 or more receive:
We will send you a show postcard in the mail from Edinburgh signed by the cast
Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 T-shirt
A thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

$100 or more A VERY SPECIAL PERK!
Donate $100 or more and Christian Cagigal will give you a 1 hour magic Lesson via Skype and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.


Donate $500 or more receive:

A Bottle of Scotch from Edinburgh

Be listed as an Executive producer on all posters/postcards


Receive a Thank you postcard of the show sent from Edinburgh signed by the cast 


Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 T-shirt


A thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

Other Ways You Can Help
If you can’t contribute, that doesn’t mean you can’t help:
please get the word out and make some noise about our campaign.
Use the Indiegogo share tools to post about our campaign

Short Summary

This August Beyond the Mountain will be taking its first ever trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with not 1 but 2 shows.

1. From Montreal will be bringing Paul Van Dyck’s Paradise Lost an a multi-media adaption of John Milton’s epic poem of the same name.

2. From San Francisco we will be bringing Christian Cagigal’s Obscura a storytelling close up magic show.

For this to happen we need your help! For even the smallest amount can make the biggest difference to us Please donate or share this campaign

THANK YOU!

What We Need & What You Get

We need at least $10,000. This money will go towards:

  • 4 Plane tickets to Edinburgh
  • Accommodation for 2 and 1/2 weeks in Edinburgh
  • Flyers, posters, postcards etc

Our perks:

  • Donate $10 receive a thank you on our Facebook & twitter accounts. If you have anything to promote(a play, podcast, etsy) leave your desired link and we will promote it on our social media

  • Donate $20 receive a postcard from Edinburgh and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts. 

  • Donate $30 receive Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 poster, Postcard from Edinburgh and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

  • Donate $50 or more receive:
  1. We will send you a show postcard in the mail from Edinburgh signed by the cast
  2. Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 T-shirt
  3. A thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.
  • $100 or more A VERY SPECIAL PERK!

    Donate $100 or more and Christian Cagigal will give you a 1 hour magic Lesson via Skype and a thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

  • Donate $500 or more receive:

  1. A Bottle of Scotch from Edinburgh
  1. Be listed as an Executive producer on all posters/postcards

  2. Receive a Thank you postcard of the show sent from Edinburgh signed by the cast 

  3. Official Paradise Lost/Obscura 2014 T-shirt

  4. A thank you/promotion on our Facebook & twitter accounts.

Other Ways You Can Help

If you can’t contribute, that doesn’t mean you can’t help:

  • please get the word out and make some noise about our campaign.
  • Use the Indiegogo share tools to post about our campaign
Posted 2 years ago

The cast of Paradise Lost

Posted 2 years ago

Tomorrow’s the big day with Paradise Lost at the Segal centre and so today I post the final image: The poster image taken by Andrea Hausmann

Posted 2 years ago
I highly recommend that you see this play while you can, and I hope we will be seeing more of Paul Van Dyck and this inspired show.
Byrne Harrison - StageBuzz.com
Posted 2 years ago

A post-show shot of Adam & Eve relaxing taken at the Altantic Fringe Festival by Kevin Kindred

Come see Paradise Lost Dec.10 at the Segal Centre in Montreal

Posted 2 years ago

“Montreal actor/director Paul Van Dyck has come up with a dazzling new solo performance art piece, complete with slick computer graphics and Adam and Eve puppets, that strikes with the force of devilish revelation. His line delivery offers an audacious re-interpretation of the text that makes Milton sound relevant to today. Don’t hesitate to buy a ticket…

The amazing thing about Van Dyck’s piece is that it reinterprets Milton without radical deconstruction… Judging from his virtuoso performance in Paradise Lost, Van Dyck’s career could be about to take flight.”

Pat Donnelly - The Gazette
Posted 2 years ago

Another image from one of the CGI characters ‘Sin’ made by the amazing artist Jeremy Eliosoff from Paradise Lost come see it again Dec. 10

Posted 2 years ago
…Van Dyck turns an arduous English literature class reading into sexy, sinful fun.
Adrienne Urbanski - Theatre Is Easy
Posted 2 years ago

Photo courtesy of Rabbit in a Hat productions from original production at Theatre Sainte Catherine  Come see it again Dec. 10