Created and Performed by xLq
(Jordan Campbell and Maddie Bautista) and Katherine Walker-Jones
Commissioned and developed with the support of Nightswimming
4 audience members. 1 table. $1000.00 in cash.
Limitless interactive possibilities.
An interactive, site-specific game with four players and $1,000 cash–4inXchange is a pop art business meeting that guides you through a series of dialogues, chances, competitions, and meditations. Use the cash on the table to get to know your fellow participants, while xLq asks provocative questions about value, intimacy, love, and truth. Returns and exchanges guaranteed.
Just 4 tickets per performance. FREE to book a spot to attend by calling 204-586-2236 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that 4inXchange culminates in a unique Pay-What-You-Choose process–please bring some cash of your own to participate.
Running time is approximately 70 minutes.
Maddie Bautista (performer-creator, producer)
Maddie Bautista is a Bi, Filipina sound designer, theatre creator and performer. Her sound design has been featured in theatres across the country: Luminato, Why Not’s RISER, Aluna Theatre, b current, rEvolver Festival in Vancouver, High Performance Rodeo in Calgary, and more. Recipient of the SummerWorks Spotlight Performance Award 2016, a Dora-nomination for her sound design (Eraser, Why Not's RISER , and fu-GEN Theatre's inaugural Walk the Walk Commission 2019.
Jordan Campbell (performer-creator, producer)
Jordan Campbell is a queer performance artist, creator and youth workshop facilitator. He is an xLq co-artistic director and performer. Jordan's solo work is physically based and uses high aesthetics, drag and performance art. His work with youth has focused around those with different learning abilities, including teaching at Purple Carrots Drama Studio. Selected performance credits include: The Youth/Elders Project (Buddies in Bad Times), 72-Person Ball Passing (FFDN), The Stranger (DLT).
Katherine Walker-Jones (performer-creator)
Katherine Walker-Jones is an artist from Winnipeg who is now based in Toronto. They make theatre and music. Since graduating from Humber Theatre Performance in 2016, they have released two EPs and recorded a forthcoming album with their band Feels Fine. They also collaborate with xLq Pop Art Performance. Recent works with xLq include curating the Trash Sanctuary event series as well as performing at SummerWorks Performance Festival and rEvolver Festival