In this episode, a.m. kozak interviews friend and collaborator Mariah Horner on how space interacts with performance and art-creation and how space impacts the audience's (or the reader's) interpretation of the content. They talk mostly in the context of theatre, but most of the ideas they discuss are applicable to all art forms.
Mariah Horner is an actor, director, producer, and dramaturg based in Kingston, Ontario. She is currently an Artistic Producer with SpiderWebShow. She was the Festival Director of the Storefront Fringe Festival in Kingston from 2016-2018 and was a Metcalf Foundation Intern in Artistic Directing with both SpiderWebShow and Theatre Kingston. Co-founding the Cellar Door Project with Devon Jackson in 2013, Mariah has produced twelve shows with the site-specific company in cemeteries, record stores, bars, parks and the Diefenbunker. Mariah played Kate Unger in George F. Walker’s HBO Canada Series Living in Your Car. Mariah has an an MA in Theatre Theory & Dramaturgy from uOttawa and has been published by SpiderWebShow, Visit Kingston, Canadian Theatre Review, the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. Up next, she is assistant directing Darrah Teitel’s Behaviour at the GCTC and developing Search Party, part-party crawl part digital scavenger hunt to be produced at foldA in 2019.