locus plot dancer: Ric Brown

In preparation for locus plot, we wanted to get to know each of our fabulous dancers a little bit more. First up is Ric Brown. Ric’s repertoire with Peggy Baker Dance Projects includes move, Night Garden, Piano/Quartet, Split Screen Stereophonic, stone leaf shell skin, and land / body / breath

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PBDP: On your way to rehearsal, what are you listening to?
RB: On my iPod I flip from, Linda Ronstadt: Greatest Hits vol.2, Duffy: Rockferry, Cyndi Lauper: She’s So Unusual, Kim Stockwood: 12 Years Old, Susan Boyle: Someone to Watch Over Me, Lady Antebellum: Need You Now, Gwen Stefani: Love Angel Music Baby

Do you have any pets?
No pets, love dogs.

What’s your favourite snack?
Addicted to Lays plain potato chips.

Where are you from originally?
I was born in Sarnia Ontario, grew up in Wallaceburg Ontario, parents still live in same house I grew up in.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
I love living in Toronto, always wanted to be a part of the Stratford Festival doing Shakespeare so I would love to live there. Also I lived in New York for a summer and would definitely live there again.

What would be the title of your biography?
Biography, Just Ric, (cuz I dropped the Hard)

Which actor would play you in a movie?
Daniel Craig, because I love him!!!!

What’s the last thing you tried to DIY?
Re-covered 2 chair seats.

Tell us about your first dance class.
Took jazz in London Ontario in a studio in the basement of an old Biway store. music for going across the floor was Rhythm is a Dancer.

Seeing as this is a show influenced by math – a math question! What is the square root of pi?
Square root is 1.77 blah blah blah, there is no end. Actually wanted to be a math teacher until I took my first theatre class in grade 10, then I wanted to be an actor doing Shakespeare!!!!

Stay tuned for interviews with Sean Ling, Kate Holden, Sarah Fregeau and Sahara Morimoto. And be sure to catch them in locus plot, April 24 – May 3

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