Inside the Creative Mind: New Work in Progress

  • March 10, 2022 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • The Artesian on 13th

    2627 13th Avenue
    Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 2A1
Ticket Price (CAD) Free This event is now over

Inside the Creative Mind

New Work in Progress


This is where it all begins - one night of innovative work-in-progress from writers and artists creating the next wave of performative work.

Nathan Coppens: Actor, writer, skilled pianist and vocal artist writes about what he knows – this time he is investigating the impact of ADHD. People with ADHD may have trouble focusing their attention on a single task or sitting still for long periods of time. Nathan distills his unique experience of ADHD through the lens of musical theatre.

Adam Milne: Experimenting with movement and theatrical form, Milne is exploring myth making in the 21st century. In his play, The City, he is translating the video gaming quest adventure to the stage.

Traci Foster, John Loeppky, Natasha Urkow (from Listen to ‘Dis): Listen to Dis’ cordially invites you into Bits and Pieces of Dis’ & Dat’ where LTD’ artists look at ableism, art, and the making of new work based on a few images, a rant, and a dialogical dance. Fuck Freedom... Let’s Talk about Survival!

Join us again as these theatre artists gather to discuss the differences and similarities in their creative processes, where they find inspiration, and how each of them navigate the creative space. 

This event is Pay-What-You-Will with a suggested ticket price of $15. Profits from ticket sales help On Cue offer more events and productions supporting local artists.

COVID-19 Precautions

Proof of Vaccination will be required as per the terms of The Artesian's COVID-19 Policy.

Masks will be required. 

Social distancing will be observed as much as possible.

Date & Time

Thu., Mar. 10, 2022 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Venue Details

The Artesian on 13th

2627 13th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 2A1 The Artesian on 13th
On Cue Performance Hub, Inc.

On Cue Performance Hub is a new non-profit performing arts organization offering a cooperative producing model serving local artists and diverse audiences in Regina and beyond. We aim to enliven Regina’s downtown core and activate connections between performing artists, businesses, and audiences. Bringing together artists across dance, music, theatre, and spoken word, our multi-pronged programming boosts the capacity of artists to make a sustainable living from full-time creative practice by strengthening their skills, knowledge, and connections

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