PuSh Blog

This is the Point

November 14, 2018

PRESENTED WITH THE CULTCH This “play about love, sex, and disability” runs the gamut from joyous celebration to unflinching drama as it paints a collective portrait of real-life individuals whose lives have been touched by […]

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salt.

November 14, 2018

UPDATE JAN 27, 10AM:  We’re happy to confirm that this afternoon’s matinee performance of salt. is going ahead as scheduled! If you had a ticket to Friday or Saturday night’s performances that you have not […]

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Prince Hamlet

November 14, 2018

PRESENTED WITH UBC THEATRE AND FILM IMPORTANT UPDATE: Unfortunately, the Thursday Jan 24th performance of Prince Hamlet had to be cancelled due to the sudden illness of a performer. If you have not yet exchanged your […]

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Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

November 14, 2018

PRESENTED WITH TOUCHSTONE THEATRE A concert, a conversation and a multimedia performance all in one, Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools is the meeting point for two people—Inuk artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory and queer theatre-maker Evalyn Parry—and two […]

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Copper Promises – Hinemihi Haka

November 14, 2018

PRESENTED WITH THE DANCE CENTRE Solo dance artist Victoria Hunt uses movement, sound and image to tell a story. The themes are heritage, tradition and reclamation; the subject is Hinemihi, a ceremonial meeting house that […]

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Suddenly Slaughter

November 14, 2018

From PuSh Artists-in-Residence The Biting School comes this take on a major work of Iranian theatre. Abbas Nalbandian’s 1971 Suddenly, This God Lover Died in the Love of God, This God Slain Died by the […]

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Zvizdal (Chernobyl – so far so close)

November 13, 2018

Members of the Antwerp-based art collective BERLIN, together with journalist Cathy Blisson, spent five years filming Nadia and Pétro Opanassovitch Lubenoc, an elderly couple living deep within the irradiated Chernobyl exclusion zone in a place […]

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Loop, Lull

November 13, 2018

PRESENTED WITH THE DANCE CENTRE This hypnotic work begins with five dancers, each trapped in their own loop of motion and gesture. They change their movement in response to each other, while manipulating the space around […]

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