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Mark Eugster:

Lighting Design: Mark is a graduate of the University of Victoria's BFA theatre program. Always on the move, he is fascinated by the art of production and is continually working on new projects to develop a diverse perspective of the possibilities of live entertainment. Mark encourages the blending of multiple artistic disciplines by finding new and exciting ways to express himself creativity. His work has taken him from large theatres and arena concerts to site-specific performance spaces, unconventional venues, and everything in-between. Other recent lighting designs include MMHop’s Speaking in Ligeti, a season of festival concerts at SFU Woodward’s GCA, and POV and the Belfry's Little Sweep.

Candelario Andrade

Video Design: Candelario is a media designer born and raised in México. Since 2006, Cande has designed video and sound for theatre, performance, music and dance in Vancouver and abroad. Recent credits include working with the Arts Club Theatre Company Santaland Dairies, Armstrong's War. Other credits include video or sound design for: Theatre Replacement, Electric Company, Neworld, Rumble, Leaky Heaven, Conspiracy Theatre, Boca del Lupo, Real Wheels, Urban Ink, Theatre for Living (Headlines), Horseshoes and Hand Grenades and Pi Theatre. Internationally he toured in 2010 with the Berlin-based company Rimini Protokoll (Best Before) for which he did video design. As co-Artistic Director for Rough House Productions, in 2012 Cande co-created and designed A Last Resort (Co-written and Performed in collaboration with Camille Gingras) presented at Free Fall Festival in Toronto, TREMORS Festival and the Shadbolt Centre.

Gina Bastone

Mask Maker and Consultant: Gina Bastone studied with Leonard Pitt in Berkeley/ with Moni Yakim at the Performance Center of New York and at the Dell Arte School of physical theater in California.  Bastone has been performing for enthusiastic audiences for over 30 years. She has received 4 Jessi Richardson awards for her performance and writing of plays such as THE NUMBER 14 and MAP OF THE SENSES. Since 1982 Gina has toured internationally with her company BASTA! Productions and as lead clown for CIRQUE DU SOLEIL. Gina is also a world renowned mask maker and uses her masks in her acting workshops for schools, universities and colleges.

Robert James Mitchell

Music Mixing and Collage: Vancouver based musician Robert Mitchell is the artist behind the music collage for Camino al Tepayac. Robert is proud to be a Moog Endorsed Artist. He enjoys creating and mixing sound working with synthesizers. He is found playing around town accompanying dance classes and doing gigs with his funk band. When not playing music he is outdoors playing on his bikes or skis or kayak.

Leslie Dyer

Costume Alteration: Leslie Dyer is a dance artist, instructor, choreographer and self-taught screen printer who got hooked on the pleasing immediacy of adding images to fabric and never looked back. She grew up dancing in Saskatchewan and followed her passion to earn a BFA in Contemporary dance from Concordia University in Montreal Quebec. She has since raised two amazing children, established a part time career in dance and most recently, opened a craft brewery with her husband in Vancouver BC. After nine years of contributing her expertise to the dance program at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby BC, Leslie is now exploring new creative endeavours. Her most recent costume work was a collaboration with Body Narratives Collective on their project titled "Dark Room" performed at the Roundhouse Theatre in Vancouver BC in December 2013. She can be reached at Leslie.dyer@shaw.ca

Malena Meneses-Skoda

Assistant Stage-Manager and Lighting Designer: Malena is currently a second year student in the Production and Design program at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts. Past productions that she has been a part of include Simon Fraser's main stage production; Ubu Cocu, as well as Wanda’s Visit as a lighting and sound operator. Malena has gained experience volunteering as assistant stage manager for Camino al Tepeyac for the Vancouver International Dance Festival in March 2013, and Rough For Radio II for Simon Fraser’s Directing projects. The Cold War directed by DD Kugler is the most recent production at Simon Fraser that Malena has been an associated with, where she took on the role as an assistant stage manage. malena.meneses.skoda@gmail.com