Past


Made In China

Wen Wei Dance

February 18 - 21, 2015

Shared through dance, music, and storytelling, Made In China opens a window to another world.

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The Village

Tina Milo

February 24 - 28, 2015

Performed by Canadian artist Tina Milo, whose Serbian heritage infuses this unique and darkly humorous fusion of physical theatre, live music, and film.

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ribcage: this wide passage

urban ink productions

March 3 - 8, 2015

The startling true story of Esther Brandeau, a Jewish woman from the French Basque region who arrives in 18th century Quebec City as a Christian male labourer. A bold, little-known Canadian foundation tale about displacement and identity, and a meditation on the meaning of history.

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Proud

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

April 7 - 25, 2015

Last season’s runaway hit comedy returns for an election year encore. This sexy, cheeky and surprising political satire will have you rolling in the aisles.

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God & The Indian

A Firehall Arts Centre/Native Earth Performing Arts production

May 20 - 30, 2015

Celebrated Aboriginal playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, explores the complex process of healing with this heartbreaking and beautifully told story that flashes with moments of his trademark irreverent humour.

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BC Buds Festival

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

May 7 - 10, 2015

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Lascivious Something

Theatre Phantasie

June 24 - 27, 2015

Lascivious Something explores the complexity of our choices, the decisions we make in our personal, social or political life and the shadow of consequences. The play delicately and sensually explores these notions through the metaphor of wine, sex and relationships.

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You Should Have Stayed Home

A Praxis Theatre production in association with the Original Norwegian

September 24 – October 5

In 2010, Toronto actor Tommy Taylor went to observe the G20 protests and unwittingly became part of the largest mass arrest in Canadian history.

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Assassinating Thomson

A Monster Theatre production

October 8th - 19th, 2013

Art, politics, greed, ambition, love and murder intertwine as legally blind painter, actor and playwright Bruce Horak uncovers the truth and lies behind the mysterious death of one of Canada’s greatest artists.

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People Like Us

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

November 2 - 16, 2013

A military policeman returns to Canada following the Gulf War a changed man. A bold new Canadian play on the human fallout of war by Salt Spring Island playwright Sandi Johnson.

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