At the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Salons
Shrine Building Project Commemorating lives shaped by borders
Electric Company Theatre, Playwrights Theatre Centre and Vancouver Civic Theatres are hosting a community-based shrine-building project to honour the undocumented migrants of the Americas and beyond, and to remember those lost on their journey. Two shrine creation workshops with Mountain View Cemetery Artist in Residence Marina Szjiarto will be offered free to the public, with shrine building activities offered before each performance of Carmen Aguirre’s new play Anywhere But Here.
In the Queen Elizabeth Theatre salons - accessible - free to the public, all ages.
The Electric Company Theatre's world premiere by Carmen Aguirre. A family. A border wall. A million memories and the quest for home.FEB 4-15
Vancouver Civic Theatres is proud to present a visual arts gallery open house with artwork by Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki and Pierre Vassura. Free event with a no-host bar.JAN 28
Vancouver Civic Theatres presents Vancouver Puppet Theatre and their show: Baba Yaga and The Black Flower, a marionette show. All ages, free. Also come see the art show in the QET lobbies.FEB 17