The Dance Centre

WHEN & WHERE through March 2021 | Streaming on demand

February 25, to March 11, 2021 at| 7pm; Global Dance Connections: Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY - Tickets $15

March 9 to March 16, 2021 at 5pm; Artist-in-Residence: Kinesis Dance soma theatro (studio showing and discussion) - Tickets on a sliding scale: $0/$10/$20

March 19, 2021 at 6pm; Youtube Premiere of Digital Dance: Okams Racer (short film) - Free

March 31, 2021 at 6pm; 12 Minutes Max (studio showing and discussion) - Tickets $0/$10.

Information and tickets: thedancecentre.ca

Vancouver Opera
Richard Wargo's
The Music Shop

Available Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 7:30pm

Featured performers Yulanda M. Faris Young Artists

In this genuinely amusing story, a meek husband desperately searches a music shop for a song requested by his wife. But if only he could remember the title or the tune of the song! His Wagnerian wife appears in a series of hilarious hallucinations during his mad scramble through the ill-fated music shop.

Tickets full digital season of opera for $99 per household.

 

 


The Cultch
White Rabbit Red Rabbit

WHEN & WHERE March 13, 2021 at 7:30pm PST | Streamed live from The Historic Theatre

To celebrate live theatre and the resilience of artists and community, internationally acclaimed company, Aurora Nova, initiated a global event to mark the anniversary of the day that most theatres had to close their doors in 2020. This March 13, theatre companies around the world will stream performances of White Rabbit Red Rabbit, the award-winning play from celebrated Iranian playwright, Nassim Solemanipour. The Cultch joins this initiative presenting a free livestream of the play, performed by Amanda Sum.

To book free tickets: thecultch.com/event/white-rabbit-red-rabbit

 

 

Western Gold Theatre’s Virtual Gold 2021

WHEN & WHERE Through March | FREE online presentations

Virtual Gold is a series of online presentations, podcasts, and creative workshops. Ellie O’Day On-Line! Interviews and candid conversations with the who’s who of theatre! In this first instalment, to commemorate International Women’s Day, Ellie chats with actors and playwrights Jenn Griffin and Marilyn Norry, the forces behind My Mother’s Story, the grassroots initiative that has taken off and is documenting Women’s history day by day – in the voices of their daughters. Launches March 8 (archived for twelve months).
Look! Presentation: My First Time: Performance Anxiety! In celebration of World Theatre Day and hosted by comedienne and satirist Linda Cullen,senior actors take us back to their ‘first audition’ and re-enact them, in all their glory or horror! March 27.

More information at: https://westerngoldtheatre.org/virtual-gold/


 

The Cultch in association with The 7 Fingers
OUT OF ORDER (North American premiere)

WHEN & WHERE March 18-20, 2021 at 7:30pm; March 21 at 12pm | Streamed pre-recorded performance from Pavillon de laTohu in Montréal

In a not-so-distant future lingers the bitter aftertaste of a déjà vu, the theatres are empty, meeting places and cultural venues are no longer permitted, physical contact is prohibited. Artists are forced to meet secretly in forsaken spaces. The big top is achingly deserted. Spread out across this post-apocalyptic setting, ten gloved and masked characters scrutinize one another, prepare, approach and avoid contact.

Tickets from $29. Single tickets on sale now through The Cultch’s Box Office: 604-251-1363 or thecultch.com/event/out-of-order





Vancouver Pro Musica
Sonic Boom

WHEN & WHERE March 23 – 28, 2021 | Online – watch at: www.youtube.com/channel/

Vancouver Pro Musica is to present the Sonic Boom Festival 2021 online, with new music created by composers of British Columbia. The festival is rich in new and unique pieces by a variety of talent, all available online for free. Website: www.vancouverpromusica.ca/

Subscribe to Pro Musica YouTube channel for updates and reminders for all the concerts.



United Players of Vancouver
Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson

When & Where 26 March – 18 April 2021 | Jericho Arts Centre, 1675 Discovery, Vancouver

Henrietta Leavitt worked for the Harvard Observatory as a human computer in the early 1900s, in the course of which she discovered how to measure the distance between stars. Silent Sky explores the sacrifice and passion she brought to our understanding of the universe.

TICKETS Season Tickets - Regular $135, senior/student $120, obtain online at https://unitedplayers.com/silent-sky/ or by sending a cheque to United Players, Jericho Arts Centre, 1675 Discovery, Vancouver, V6R4K5. Reservations, for ticket holders only, can be made online at www.unitedplayers.com or by calling 604 224 8007, ext 2.


ONGOING



The Cultch & Off The Corner Productions
Mx

WHEN & WHERE February 18 - 21, 2021 | Livestream to your living room

Beneath layers of identity, can blood equal belonging? Seeking answers to this question, our gender-questioning and mixed-race protagonist, Max, meets the famed host for the night Mz Nancy. Witty and glamorous, Nancy seems to have an answer for everything... Mx cracks open struggles of identity and belonging through the lens of a character stuck in the in-between.

Tickets solo party ticket $29, Group of 6 or more $25




Talking Stick Festival
Western Canada’s Indigenous Performing Arts Festival

WHEN & WHERE February 18-27, 2021 | The Festival begins in The Winter Lodge: Sitting with our Ancestors

2021 marks the Talking Stick Festival’s 20th anniversary. Full Circle calls to all four directions to gather around four fires in each season: winter, spring, summer, and fall over the entire 2021 theatrical season.
FEATURING: music, dance and movement, poetry and spoken word, readings, panel discussions & workshops.

All shows and events are FREE, full schedule and event links are online at: fullcircle.ca/tsf-2021-shows/

 


United Players
She Sells Sea Shells
by Helen Eastman

When & Where 22 January – 14 February 2021 | Jericho Arts Centre, 1675 Discovery, Vancouver

When she was twelve, Mary Anning discovered the first ichthyosaur, and she became an important, if forgotten, paleontologist. Known primarily from the children’s tongue-twister that she inspired, Anning’s life challenges us to see the beauty buried in the stones beneath our feet.

Tickets regular $30, seniors & students $26, available on line at unitedplayers.com/season-plays-and-tickets/
Reservations for ticket holders also available at 604 224 8007, ext. 2. All tickets $15

 

 

Vancouver Opera
Gian Carlo Menotti's Amahl and the Night Visitors

WHEN: Available Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 7:30pm

Featured performers Andreas Dala - Boy soprano, Music Director Leslie Dala

Since its Christmas Eve premiere in 1951, this story has warmed the hearts of audiences around the world. Three Kings, following the star to Bethlehem, stop for shelter at the home of Amahl, a poor, crippled shepherd boy and his widowed mother. Amahl offers his own simple gift to the Wondrous Child and then a miracle happens.

Tickets Subscriptions available for the digital season performances off the stage and for your at-home viewing enjoyment.