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Naked Goddess Productions
A Beautiful View is a simple and engaging story exploring love and friendship. Two women, flawed yet unflinchingly genuine, invite audiences on a touching, humorous journey of discovery and human connection.
Directed by Tamara McCarthy. Featuring Sandra Medeiros and Melissa Oei. Stage Managed by Nico Dicecco. Scenic Design by Sandy Margaret. Lighting Design by Celeste English. Sound Design by Nico DiCecco
Kitsilano Neighbourhood House (2305 West 7th Avenue)
Half Price Performances: Preview on March 15, and Tuesday March 20
Little Mountain Lion
After the collapse of civilization, a group of survivors share a campfire and begin to piece together the plot of The Simpsons episode “Cape Feare” entirely from memory. Seven years later, this and other snippets of pop culture (sitcom plots, commercials, jingles, and pop songs) have become the live entertainment of a post-apocalyptic society, sincerely trying to hold onto its past. 75 years later, these are the myths and legends from which new forms of performance are created. A paean to live theatre and the resilience of Bart Simpson through the ages, Mr. Burns is an animated exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another.
“Anne Washburn’s hypnotic, sly and fiendishly insinuating Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play ... does the improbable: It makes the end of civilization seem like the perfect time to create glowing objects of wonder and beauty.” —Time Out New York
Pay What You Can Preview on April 3, 2017.
April 3-21, 2018
After her recent American, Canadian, and European tour, one-eyed multiple award winner Stéphanie Morin-Robert returns to Vancouver to recount her life as a feisty 7-year-old who wields her glass-eye as a superpower. Raw, hilarious, and literally eye-popping!
★★★★★ “Expert physical comedy and impeccable timing.” —CBC
★★★★★ “Stephanie Morin-Robert is an absolute delight ... and a daring performer.” —Vue Weekly
★★★★★ “Intoxicating crescendo of laughter.” —Theatre in London
★★★★★ ''Phenomenal and not to be missed!'' —Inside Ottawa
Caution: exposed eye sockets.
April 26-28, 2018
Publius Productions Inc.
Sabotaging his bright future, a principled but anachronistic man resists compromise in career, love, and choice of revolutionary movement, all the while knowingly provoking confrontation with a looming global dictatorship.
Cashless is set five years in the future, as paper money is about to be outlawed.
Mild Language, 14+
May 1 - 5, 2018
Photo by Duy Nguyen
ITSAZOO Productions presents...
WET is an award winning In-Yer-Face play set during the height of Canada’s involvement in the Afghanistan War. A soldier returns home from active duty abandoned by her county. She's broken. Her husband thinks he can fix her. She can no longer be a mother. He becomes her caregiver. She wants to disappear. He wants his wife back. Their basement suite becomes a prison. A former war comrade shows up to make things better. He doesn’t.
WET is a provocative examination of poverty, mental illness and the military industrial complex. Presented in ITSAZOO's trademark immersive style, WET unfolds in front of intimately-sized audiences of 28 people per show.
Warning: Violence, Coarse Language, Nudity, and other possible triggers we may not be aware of. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding content and triggers. Not recommended for audiences under the age of 18.
May 8th to 27th, 2018
Tuesdays through Sundays - 8pm
The Russian Hall (600 Campbell Ave.)
Previews - May 8th & 9th
Pay What You Can - May 15th
For more info please visit ITSAZOO Productions at itsazoo.org
Please note: May 8 & 9 are PAY WHAT YOU CAN performances and tickets will only be available at the door
Sky Theatre Group presents...
Soldierland is about three soldiers who just survived a war but missed the last train home. Left behind in a desolate area near the front lines, they find themselves in a demolished train station. The show explores the negative consequences of war – through changes in societies, migration and the psychological effects of war on individuals and communities. Soldierland questions love and humanity in an era of war influenced by the power of mass media and authorities in the digital age.
Warning: Because of the sensitivity of the subject matter and the strong language used in the play, there is an age restriction for kids under the age of 14.
Created and performed by Kim Collier and Daniel Brooks The performance begins: A bell is rung by each individual as they enter the theatrical space. A glass of water is ceremoniously distributed, and everyone drinks together. The ritual has begun. The audience is then asked a series of questions about love and lovers. If the answer is yes to any one of the questions, they are invited to sit. Mysterious, symbolic, achingly intimate. Two lovers whose love exists across time, and transforms across time, philosophize and ritualize love as a vital aspect of living.