Episode #31 Pat Flood / by Michael Kruse

Pat Flood

Pat Flood

Pat Flood is a a set and costume designer based out of the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Born in Alberta originally, Pat traveled to Toronto after her initial training and great success in Calgary to join the crew of the CBC as an art director and worked on the iconic Canadian comedy series The Kids in the Hall. Working across Canada and teaching both at Concordia and U of G, she has influenced many of the young designers working today.  We talked in May of 2016 in her office at U of G about her career, the differences between film and theatre, and her talk on the philosophy and design. Show notes at http://ow.ly/XEJK302D7YM

Links

Henry Wise Wood High School Calgary

University of Alberta

Bernie Engle

Gwenn Keatly

David Lovett

Len Feldman

Larry Cadillac

Tom Wood

Bob Baker

Rick Roberts

Cheryl Cashman

University of Minnesota MFA program

History of Dinkytown

Stratford Festival

Jack Hutt

William Hutt

The Tom Patterson Theatre

John Ferguson

Collected Works of Billy the Kid by Micheal Ondodje

Monique Mercure and André Brassard

Tanya Moiseivitch

Theatre Calgary

Toronto Free Theatre

Theatre Passe Muraille

Paul Thompson

LIP grants (see pg. 20)

St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

Thomas Bodenestsky (spelling and reference unavailable)

Captives of the Faceless Drummer by George Riga

Brahm and the Angel by Geordie Productions. Set and Costumes by Pat Flood.

Brahm and the Angel by Geordie Productions. Set and Costumes by Pat Flood.

Dear Johnny Deere by Ken Cameron at the Blyth Festival in 2012. Set and Costumes by Pat Flood lighting by Rebecca Pitcherak

Dear Johnny Deere by Ken Cameron at the Blyth Festival in 2012. Set and Costumes by Pat Flood lighting by Rebecca Pitcherak