Frankie Mulinix

Frankie Mulinix ("Vandellous") is a Canadian idiom, performance artist, teacher, director, writer, producer, and dramaturge based in Atlanta. 

 

Frances Mulinix ("Vandellous") is a Canadian idiom, performance artist, teacher, director, writer, producer, and dramaturge based in Atlanta. Her work spans Canada, Australia, and the United States, and focusses on a return to the body within a specific time and space, interrogating culturalism, identity, consent, the body, and gender. Vibrance: Centre for Voice and Movement provides training in voice, movement, presence, and performance to the Atlanta community. Her theatre company, Burning Bones Physical Theatre, creates work that is original, bold, uncompromising, responsive, personal, and accessible. Burning Bones is dedicated to engaging with fellow creatives to engage with the local community and expand the possibilities of live performance in daring and imaginative ways.

Frances holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Simon Fraser University, with a focus on writing, dramaturgy, directing, and physical theatre; a  Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the University of Queensland specialising in mental health, chronic pain, and neuro; an Associate Performer Diploma (ATCL) with Trinity College, London, UK; is a certified Speech Arts Teacher with Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM); and is an Assistant Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®.

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Existence and Persistence
Essay

Existence and Persistence

Spaces for Theatre Artists in Atlanta

23 January 2020

Frankie Mulinix speaks with Rob Mello, owner of Atlanta’s Rob Mello Studios, about the city’s artistic spaces, governmental and organizational support, the lack of arts coverage, and more.

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A Look at Atlanta's DIY Performance Scene
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A Look at Atlanta's DIY Performance Scene

21 January 2020

Frankie Mulinix and Porter Grubbs introduce the three-part Atlanta series with a conversation about the city’s performance scene, building audiences, the importance of affordable spaces, and more.