Andrew Gaboury is a performer, writer and educator based in Port Credit. His practice unites collective creation, duration, dance and theatrical clown. He is one of four co-Artistic Directors of hub14 art + performance works, a studio and artist residency in Toronto, and the Director of a field of crowns, a multi-disciplinary and community arts-based performance
company. Andrew teaches drama and dance at various institutions in the GTA, including the Living Arts Centre. Andrew is currently one of ten students at North America’s first Therapeutic Clowning Certificate program at George Brown College.
Enter the world of Pastel’s Falling Thoughts: Memories float delicately on the wind, or are buried, hidden within the leaves of a book. He will communicate if he can remember how, or at least share a bit of wisdom if he can recall where to find it. You can find Pastel outside, dancing amongst the leaves, a duet of a time threatened to be forgotten; or within, as he carries his imaginarium, the home of his ideas, from space to place, and sets up to release stories into the future.