LastName FirstName productions is seeking two queer-female identifying dancers for an upcoming short film. Soft is a romantic duet that is positioned through the queer- female gaze of choreographer Patricia Allison. This film is being created as a direct response to male-gaze that is, in our opinion, too often layered on top of female-ness and, in … Continue reading Casting Call – Soft
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Donate HERE Real Talk: Kaileigh Krysztofiak is not only my friend but has been an immense support in the daily highs-and-lows of MS AND is an INCREDIBLE inspiration. She and her bike riding team “The Velociraptors” are banding together to make MS extinct. (Get it?) They have an EPIC goal and every donation (big or … Continue reading SUPPORT KAILEIGH’S MS RIDE
Telling Giselle is a fierce yet elegant retelling of the classic ballet Giselle. This piece will inspire those that know and adore the original and it will move those that are meeting the tale for the first time. This show is the culmination of Patricia Allison's research at York University and acts as the … Continue reading TELLING GISELLE
Grey Matter - A Film By Patricia Allison from LastName FirstName Productions on Vimeo. After its short run at a few Film Festivals in various cities including Santa Barbara, San Jose, and Toronto this film has exhausted its little life as a famous movie star. Now you can consume it whenever you want! Grey … Continue reading GREY MATTER – WATCH IT NOW !!!
We had an amazing time at the Doras. Pool (No Water) took home best ensemble (Nickesha Garrick, Eva Barrie, Allie Price, Chy Ryan Spain, Dan McRoberts) and Best Director (Jill Harper and Patricia Allison. (May 31st 2018 for the 2017/2018 year) Needless to say, we were shocked and honoured. We screamed like little school children … Continue reading Dora Award Win
I wrote an article for Intermission Magazine about my recent MS diagnosis. It was hard to put into words all the thoughts and feelings, but I'm please with how it turned out. Read Here: https://www.intermissionmagazine.ca/artist-perspective/ms-wont-stop-me-from-dancing/