Theatre

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Climate Change Reset: Learning From the Global Pandemic poster

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GREENHOUSE
September 23 & 24, 2021 | UBC Botanical Gardens

Year of the Typewriter responds to a challenge by ecology writer Paul Kingsnorth to cast landscape as the lead character in stories. 

jar of water labelled "drizzle"

Museum of Rain our next large-scale, elemental and impossible, site-specific work. A water-based installation that is physical, immersive and performative. One’s relationship with rain is undeniable for the rainforest dwellers. This narrative piece explores the ephemeral beauty, the exhilaration, and the meaning we can find in the downpour. Get your raingear on. It’s a theatrical deluge.

1000 Pop-Up Hearts

Working in cross-sector partnerships in order to bring imagination, vision and heart of artists into the climate narrative in order to mobilize a society paralyzed by climate anxiety and grief.

Dawn Petten as Joanne in Nothing but Sky, created by The Only Animal Photo/makeup by Keith Murray

The Only Animal is known for it’s imaginative locales, creating theatre in swimming pools, in a theatre of snow and ice, and on False Creek. Their new offering, Nothing But Sky, takes place inside a live drawing with the story of the Canadian who first drew Superman.

The launch of a year of art in, around and in support of the expanded Mt Elphinstone Provincial Park and the premiere of three new short films on the forest. Local filmmaker Sophia Dagher, and this is it's own Robert Studer with Vancouver's Craig Anderl and others.

Produced by The Only Animal with PHS Community Services. Out On A Limb.  Stories about growing up and growing older. Community members relate coming of age and turning points in life. 

This program asks companies to read or create a performance of one of 50 short climate change plays in support of the United Nations COP23 meetings chaired by Fiji and hosted in Bonn, Germany.

WINNER: ARTISTIC RISK AWARD 2015

SEPTEMBER 10-13, 16-19, 2015 | Vancouver Fringe Festival

7 STORIES OF RISK from 7 Emerging Writer-Directors

An Immersive Augmented Reality Experience

Place: Anderson Street Garage, Granville Island

Featured in 2010 Cultural Olympiad in Whistler. NiX is Canada's first theatre of snow and ice.  This theatrical adventure follows two survivors and an arsonist through the fireworks at the end of the world. NiX is a frozen fantasy, complete with a flaming tuba, a snowman death scene and an explosive love story that will melt the coldest of hearts.