Date: July 5-6, 2014; City: Toronto, Canada; Source: Jenn Goodwin

If I Should Stumble
-A performance by Jenn Goodwin in collaboration with and performed by Anita Nittoly and performers

Vertigo is the conflict between the fear of falling and the desire to fall.
-Salman Rushdie

We are looking for volunteer performers to take part in a performance July 5th and 6th at Nathan Phillips Square, City Hall
during ART NOW! At the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition.

Stunt performer Anita Nittoly uses the stairs as her stage and her nemesis as part of this performance. Volunteers perform
in opposition to Anita’s clutzsy yet controlled chaos. They will be asked to do slow and gentle movement up and down
stairs. This will require 1-2 rehearsals late June/early July. Shows are July 5th and 6th and take place at Nathan Philips
Square in the afternoon. Thanks for considering being a part of this.

Please contact Jenn at

Jenn Goodwin is a Toronto based dance artist. Her dance work has been performed across Canada, and in New
York, Amsterdam, Australia and Brussels. Her short dance films have been screened at festivals across Canada, in New York
and Europe. Her work often explores little moments that make up a big life. The beauty, banality and barbarity of the in
between. She utilizes narrative, stories and text from the every day conversation to the poetic. She works with the body,
humor, video, visual art, song, popular and less popular culture as inspiration. She has presented work in theatres as well
as venues such as clubs, art galleries, bars, parks, trees, living rooms, streets. Goodwin is one half of the band MORTIFIED
with Camilla Singh and is a programmer/artistic producer with Toronto Special Events/Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.


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