Tag: The Cultch

Shifting Geography February 18-22

  The Cultch presents the world premiere of Shifting Geography: a new international ensemble dance creation under the collaborative work of Vancouver choreographer of Co.ERASGA, Alvin Erasga Tolentino and from Bonn, Germany...

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Blind Date

Naming this play “Blind Date” resulted self explanatory. Indeed, the play is exactly about that: A blind date, and the different turns and flavours that it can take to either party. Created and starred by Rebecca...

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Why Weight?

Running at The Cultch as part of the Vancouver Fringe Festival this tragicomedy is a one-man (or more appropriately said, one-woman) show. The only character, Maddie, is beautifully played by Hazel Venzon. With a quite dark...

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Peter Panties

I had no idea what to expect at the production of Peter Panties, as the lights went dark the play began and well was I shocked, perhaps I was as I sat in the front row wondering what was going to happen next. I remember Peter...

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Relay

Historic Theatre, The Cultch 1895 Venables St, Vancouver Running thru January 29th. I attended on opening night and was a tad confused for the 1st part of this performance. After the audience is together standing around waiting...

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Agokwe

A play written and performed by 6-time Dora Mavor Moore Award winner Waawaate Fobister January 17 -22, 2011 The Cultch I took in this heart-warming one man play the other night and the sold out house was filled with enjoyment....

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