Formed in 2004, Solo Chicken Productions is a physical theatre company based in Fredericton, New Brunswick that aims to foster the creative arts through the creation & development of new works, engaging in community collaboration and through the facilitation of accessible educational programming.  Solo Chicken Productions is committed to creating performances and opportunities for engaging with the arts that are challenging & delightful.



Alanna Kraaijeveld

Alanna Kraaijeveld

Technique for Every Body

The Coop's next 2017/18 Groundwork Workshop is Technique for Every Body with Montreal based performer, teacher Alanna Kraaijeveld.   Sunday January 28, 2018.

"This workshop is informed by my experience as an improviser, choreographic research collaborator, and encounters with Fighting Monkey (FM). Co-developed by Linda Kapetanea and Jozef Frucek, FM aims to nourish and restore movement patterns and mobility. Using these sources as a point of departure, we will examine and test tendencies and limitations, both individually and in partners, and nurture mental and physical potential."

CLICK HERE to keep up with all the workshops in our series!


Solo Chicken and the Charlotte Street Arts Centre are teaming up for the Engaging Art Project. The project aims to bring together professional artists, youth from diverse cultural backgrounds and seniors to collaboratively create an original work that explores identity and belonging in New Brunswick.

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Bridge Video!

On Friday September 8th 2017  we brought the Fredericton Walking Bridge to life as a living exploration of our shared history.  A huge thank you to all participants, and performers for making the Bridge Project such a resounding success.
CLICK HERE to watch the video showcasing all 53 projects that were presented as part of the project.


Jean-Michel cliche in a record of us - July 2016 Notable acts festival  - Photo credit:  Chris Giles

Jean-Michel cliche in a record of us - July 2016 Notable acts festival
 - Photo credit:  Chris Giles