W-Theatre - Vancouver

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    15 Jan

    Online

    January 15, 2021 To January 31, 2021

    Pay What You Want (Suggested Price $15)

    A hilarious, awkward, and true story of generation and culture clash. A Why Not Theatre Production, written and performed by Ravi and Asha Jain.Read more…

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    22 Jan

    Online

    January 22, 2021 To February 14, 2021

    $26 - $30

    By Helen Eastman (North American Premiere) Directed by Sarah Rodgers Here’s a working-class lass, wandering the Dorset shore in southern England, looking, looking.Read more…

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    29 Jan

    Online

    January 29, 2021 To May 31, 2021

    $0 - $20

    The Chan Centre’s Spring 2021 Dot Com Series features eight all-new performances which will be delivered 100% online and recorded around the globe—from Mexico to Montreal to our very…Read more…

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    02 Feb

    Online

    February 2, 2021 To February 6, 2021

    Free

    Where are the dances right now and how do these dances want to behave/exist/interface in a digital plane? Erika Mitsuhashi asks these questions through an experimental livestream…Read more…

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    06 Feb

    Online

    February 6, 2021 To February 7, 2021

    $10 - $20

    A digital production presented by the UBC School of Music Chamber Opera in Two Acts Sung in English with English surtitles Jonathan Dove | Composer Alasdair Middleton | Libretto…Read more…

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    19 Mar

    Online

    March 19, 2021

    $0 - $20

    A digital production presented by the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts Parāśakti—the Mother Goddess, the Absolute Divinity—plays a timeless, archetypal role across geographic and socio-cultural barriers…Read more…

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    25 Mar

    Online

    March 25, 2021 To April 18, 2021

    $26 - $30

    By Lauren Gunderson Directed by Laura McLean Henrietta Leavitt worked for the Harvard Observatory as a human computer in the early 1900s, in the course of which she…Read more…

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    01 May

    Online

    May 1, 2021

    $30

    Peter Brook’s and Marius Constant’s ground-breaking reimagining of Bizet’s beloved masterpiece strips the story down to its four principal characters, Carmen, Don José, Micaëla, and Escamillo.Read more…