DanceHouse
Louise Lecavalier’s Stations

When & Where November 23–26, 2022 at | Fei & Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, Goldcorp Centre, 149 W Hastings Street

In partnership with SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs, presents the legendary Louise Lecavalier in her latest contemporary solo work Stations choreographed and performed by Louise Lecavalier. The work is structured in four sections: stations that can be understood as the four seasons or the four points of a compass. The stations are differentiated by movement, score, and lighting, and explore specific themes — fluidity, control, meditation, and obsession.

Tickets from $35. Purchase online at dancehouse.ca or call the box office at: 604.801.6225





Carousel Theatre for Young People
Stiles & Drewe’s The 3 Little Pigs

When & Where Public Performances: November 30 to December 30, 2022, Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays & Sundays at 11am & 2pm (plus special holiday performances)| Waterfront Theatre, 1412 Cartwright St., (Granville Island)

Carousel Theatre presents the Canadian premiere of this whimsically reimagined take on the well-known classic, The 3 Little Pigs. The story follows three little superstar piglets – Cha, Siu and Bao – who are encouraged by Mother Pig to leave the family pigsty and make their own way in the big wide world. The trio can’t agree on their ideal living arrangements and so they each build their own dream home – one out of straw, one of sticks, and one of bricks, and you know the rest….

Tickets from $18 ($14 for School Groups of 10 or more). Purchase online at: carouseltheatre.ca



The Cultch in association with Zee Zee Theatre
In My Day by Rick Waines

When & Where December 2-11, 2022 at 7.30pm & December 10–11 at 2pm | Historic Theatre, 1895 Venables

In My Day is a verbatim work of contemporary drama that exists at the cross section of disability and memorial arts. Centred around HIV’s impact on Vancouver, it is a story of pandemic response with extraordinary victories and heartbreaking failure. The collected stories and reflections would honour the voices of women, people of colour, Indigenous folks, trans, people who use[d] injection drugs, and others, alongside those of cis-gender gay men.

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



Gateway Theatre
Anne of Green Gables - The Musical Book by Donald Harron, Music by Norman Campbell

When & Where December 15 - 31, 2022, 7.30pm; Sat $ Sun matinees at 1pm | MainStage at Gateway Theatre, 6500 Gilbert Rd, Richmond

Fall in love with Anne Shirley in this musical adaptation of L.M. Montgomery’s classic story. When she arrives in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island, she quickly captures the hearts of her newfound family and neighbours. With her fierce personality, remarkable imagination, Anne is eager to find her own place in the world. Don’t miss this inspiring, humorous, and touching musical live on stage this holiday season.

Tickets from $35 for Adults, Youths (5-12) $35 anywhere. Purchase online at: gatewaytheatre.com/anne





Christmas with Chor Leoni

When & Where December 16, 17 & 19 at 8pm, December 17 & 19 at 5pm, and December 17 at 2pm | St. Andrew’s-Wesley United, 1022 Nelson St.

Chor Leoni presents its seasonal celebration of light, hope, and connection with a diverse program ranging from the holy to the hilarious. Tthe annual Yuletide tradition will share an inspiring repertoire of timeless holiday classics and hope-filled winter harmonies, including two world premiere commissions from Canadian composers and three holiday treasures newly arranged for Chor Leoni.

Tickets from $20 - $50, plus applicable fees. 35 and Under ticket pricing available. Purchase online at: chorleoni.org



Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Movie Nights with the VSO


When & Where:
Home Alone™ in Concert - December 14 & 15, 2022 at 7pm | Orpheum Theatre

A true holiday favourite, this comedy classic features renowned composer John Williams’ charming and delightful score performed live by the VSO.

Tickets $32 - purchase online at: https://secure.vancouversymphony.ca/



When & Where: The Wizard of Oz with Live Orchestra
- November 18 & 19, 2022 at 8pm | Orpheum Theatre

We’re off to see the Wizard! Experience this movie classic on the big screen as the VSO plays the score live. The music of Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, combined with Judy Garland’s Dorothy will have you singing along to some of the most well-known songs from this iconic musical theatre canon. Put on your ruby red slippers and come follow the yellow brick road with the VSO!

Tickets $32 - purchase online at: https://secure.vancouversymphony.ca/


When & Where: West Side Story™ Film with Orchestra
- April 22, 2023 at 7pm & April 23, 2023 & 2pm | Orpheum Theatre

Leonard Bernstein’s electrifying score to the original West Side Story comes alive with the VSO. Newly re-mastered and plays in high-definition on the big screen. A rare opportunity to enjoy this cinematic classic played live, with Stephen Sondheim’s original lyrics and dialogue intact.

Tickets $32 - purchase online at: https://secure.vancouversymphony.ca/

 


ONGOING

The Cultch
East Van Panto: The Little Mermaid

When & Where November 16, 2022 - January 1, 2023 at 7pm + Sat & Sun matinees at 2pm | York Theatre, 639 Commercial Drive

In East Van Panto: The Little Mermaid, Ariel is busking with her girl band at New Brighton Beach, when she falls in love with a teenage mer-person. She dives into an ocean adventure, where she makes a questionable deal with a devilish octopus named Ursula, fights off evil electric eels with her trash crab BFF, Sebastian, and has to help save the ocean from a mysterious purple slime of despair.

Tickets from $35. Single tickets on sale now through The Cultch’s Box Office: 604-251-1363 or online at: thecultch.com/event/east-van-panto/

The Cultch
The Cave by Tomson Highway, John Millard, and Martha Ross

Where and When November 11–12,15–19 at 7:30pm and November 13, 19 & 20 at 2pm | 2022 | Historic Theatre, 1895 Venables Street

The Cave, comes to Vancouver with new and magical animations by Bruce Alcock. A group of animals flee from a vicious forest fire and seek refuge in Bear’s cave. Waiting out the inferno, they reflect on their lives, their lost garden, and their impending doom. These unlikely and singed bedfellows share their stories and take comfort in their newfound community while the fire encroaches.

Tickets from $29! Purchase online at: thecultch.com/event/the-cave/




United Players
WITTENBERG by David Davalos

When & Where November 11 – December 4, 2022 Thurs-Sat at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm | Jericho Arts Centre

The fall semester at the University of Wittenberg finds the professors and students at crisis: Hamlet, young Prince of Denmark, has read a revolutionary scientific theory of Copernicus that threatens the order of the universe, and Hamlet's peace of mind. His professor of philosophy Doctor Faustus, has decided to make an honest woman of Helen, but she prefers her freedom, And Hamlet's professor of Theology, Martin Luther, is outraged at the abusive practices of the Church to which he has sworn obedience.

Tickets $30, seniors $26, students (with valid ID) $15. Tickets are available online at www.unitedplayers.com. Ticket holders can make a reservation online or by phoning 604 224 8007, ext. 2.

 

National Geographic: Beyond King Tut

When and Where November 04, 2022 – January 08, 2023, Sunday – Thursday: 10am-8pm & Friday & Saturday: 10am-9pm | Vancouver Convention Centre, 999 Canada Place

Beyond King Tut takes visitors on an immersive cinematic journey to Egypt to witness ancient wonders of the world, like the Temple at Karnak and the Great Sphinx, all in stunning high-resolution detail. Audiences then gaze upon a brilliant Egyptian sunrise over the Pyramids of Giza. The visit will take approximately one hour with final entry one hour prior to show close. The experience is self-guided so stay as long as you like!

Tickets Adults $32, Premium Flex $49, VIP $84, Children (5-15) $24 Family4 Pack $27. Purchase online at: https://www.showclix.com/event/national-geographic-s-beyond-king-tut-vancouver?