Great Island Residency
In the summer of 2016, with the support of Arts Nova Scotia, Ring O’ Rosie was invited to take part in a pilot project known as the Great Island Arts Residency. Hosted on a beautiful island off the South Shore of Nova Scotia, we received access to rehearsal space (indoor and outdoor!) to begin developing material for a new performance project.
Haunting, rugged, and full of treats and surprises, Great Island gave us the time and space to create the foundations for a show now in development for performance: And Then She Ate Me.