Are you a bit nervous that you’ll get lost in the math of Long Division? Well don’t worry! We have your cheat sheet here.
But the most important thing is to focus on what the characters is talking about! It’s not about a formula or the math itself, but really about the metaphors and connections.
Cardinal, Ordinal and Nominal Numbers
Cardinal numbers – known as the counting numbers, indicate quantity.
Ordinal numbers – indicate the order or rank of things in a set.
Nominal numbers – name or identify something and do not show quantity or rank.
We asked Tom Jones to write a blog entry for us about his experience becoming Gary 3. Read it here:
Welcome to the future and Gary 3 is going to tell you about it. Preparing to play Gary 3 has involved looking into climate change and the circumstances that lead to his speculative world as well as delving into this character. A human who also bears genetic material from a microscopic creature called a Tardegrade.
The Tardegrade is “microscopic water creature grows to just over 1 mm on average, and is the only animal that can survive in the harsh environment of space. It can also withstand...
Richard was in Toronto recently for the first week of the Factory Theatre run of Empire of the Son. Here's what he has to say about his trip.
Toronto was great. Vibrant city. Great art. Empire of the Son was very well received and our hosts at Factory were very supportive. VACT is thrilled with the tour as was Pi, and I’m sure our man Tetsuro was in fine form on closing night. GM Shayna was back in her hometown, so naturally I was hoping the visit didn’t cause her to miss it so much that she’d want to move back there. The photo above is a picture of Factory’s video display board in their...
AD Richard has written this blog about our November production of Long Division at Gateway Theatre.
We’ve wrapped the first leg of this year’s Long Division project. It was a great process-driven adventure that saw our intrepid and extraordinary cast challenged with a remarkable text by Peter Dickinson, and movement choreographed by Lesley Telford and her team. Jergus Oprsal, our lighting designer, did an astounding job. With just 24 dimmers and 48 instruments, he lit up Lauchlin Johnson’s mathematically inspired set. The show looked amazing. All the other designers did terrific work too...
We have loved getting to know the neighbourhood around Gateway Theatre during breaks from rehearsals for Long Division. As the show opens this week, we wanted to share a few of our favourite spots to eat. Why not make a night out of it and grab dinner before the show?