Mar 6 – Mar 9 | Interactive Performance

MOI – Momentum of Isolation

Running Time: 1 hour

by Shay Kuebler
Produced by Radical System Art
Presented by Firehall Arts Centre

MOI bases its themes around loneliness and isolation to reveal how social bonds and connections are essential to our humanity. The performance explores the objective and subjective experiences through the individual, the group, and modern society - a society with shifting values and an ever-advancing digital way of life.

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Event Details


Monday: —
Tuesday: —
Wednesday: 7:30pm
Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday: 7:30pm
Saturday: 7:30pm
Sunday: —

Special Performances

Opening Night: March 6th at 7:30pm

Post-Show Talkback: March 7th at 7:30pm

Ticket Prices

Side sections: $30

Centre section: $40

Student/Senior: $30 (select under “Price Options” during the online seat selection process)


by Shay Kuebler
Produced by Radical System Art
Presented by Firehall Arts Centre

Artistic Director: Shay Kuebler
Associate Director: Keiran Bohay
Technical Director: Jack Chipman

Performances & Choreography by: Keiran Bohay, Aiden Cass, Jade Chong, Sarah Hutton, Shay Kuebler, Nicole Pavia, Katherine Semchuk & Calder White

Sound Composition: Shay Kuebler & Paul Paroczai
Sound Design: Paul Paroczai
Video Design: Nicco Dicecco & Dan O’Shea
Lighting Design: Matthew Piton
Stage & Production Manager: Angela Nguyen
Prop & Set Design: Chris White
Dramaturge & Rehearsal Director: Abbey Dutton

Image by David Cooper Photography

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MOI – Momentum of Isolation

Mar 6 – Mar 9 | Interactive Performance
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