Intangible Adorations Caravan Poster Art by Lisa Anita Wegner. A turquoise and acid bottle green striped carnival style poster with stars in the corners includes a photo of a performer dressed as the Ubermarionette wearing a morph suit, which covers all visible skin. They wear a round golden headpiece reminiscent of a religious figure.


2022 Summer Shows start at sunset

in your Toronto neighbourhood


Lisgar Park Wednesday at 45 Abel Street, Toronto June 15 (9pm)
Neilson Park Creative Centre at 56 Neilson Drive, Etobicoke Wednesday June 22 (9pm)
Bentway Park at 250 Fort York Blvd Wednesday July 6 (8:30pm)
Weston Commons at 34 John StreetWednesday July 13 (8:30pm)
Main Square at 245 Main StreetWednesday July 20 (8:30pm)
Cedar Ridge Park 225 Confederation Drive, Scarborough Wednesday August 24 (8pm)
Fort York, 100 Garrison Road Tuesday September 6 (7:30pm)
East York
Stan Wadlow Park at 373 Cedarvale AveWednesday September 7 (7:30pm)
Barbara Hall Park at 519 Church Street Tuesday September 13 (7:30pm)
East York
Brickworks 550 Bayview Avenue Wednesday September 14 (7:30pm)


Join us early for seating


Intangible Adorations Caravan is an immersive, travelling theatrical & film experience that fuses Carnival with science-fantasy biography, and performance rituals with circus and disability culture.

When the Caravan rolls into a neighbourhood as darkness falls, mysterious magic will be unleashed in a live spectacle, suitable for all ages as we attempt to make contact with the Icon, a legendary figure who vanished several years ago.

The 2022 Caravan show is based on Wegner’s body of  work and original concept and was created within the disability arts community by Other HeArts Collective. Starring Harri Thomas, Yousef Kadoura, Silvae Mercedes and Erin Ball.

The Icon Biography is a film by Lisa Anita Wegner and Ciaran Federico.

Based on two of Lisa’s projects: Triangle which culminated at Nuit Blanche in 2014; and Intangible Adorations: Experience The Icon which premiered with Long Winter Arts  Rendezvous With Madness Festival in 2018.

Caravan proposes that a portal opened during the last performance of The Icon, Lisa’s mysterious persona, vanished from the space-time continuum. The Barker, obsesses over the disappearance, creates this circus show trying to bring The Icon back home.

We invite you into a crip universe of wonder created by the artists’ imaginations, instead of being viewed as a visual display of difference.We welcome the Mad, disabled, neurodiverse, Deaf, blind and low vision communities with audio description and ASL interpretation by Deaf Spectrum at every show.

Produced by Mighty Brave Productions & Tangled Art & Disability, with an investment from The National Creation Fund

Co-Produced by
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