PuSh Blog

Blind Cinema

November 21, 2017

Blind Cinema

From theatre artist Britt Hatzius, here’s a chance to see the world through someone else’s eyes. Audience members are seated in a theatre, with a row of children behind them, and together they experience a […]

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Cris Derksen Trio

November 21, 2017

Cris Derksen

The music of cellist and composer Cris Derksen bears the mark of a true original. Classical, Indigenous and urban elements combine: you may get the propulsive pounding of powwow music, the head-nodding rhythms of a […]

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The Eternal Tides

November 21, 2017

The Eternal Tides

The Eternal Tides is a momentous occasion—an adventure in beauty unlike anything seen before on the PuSh stage. In her Canadian debut, choreographer Lin Lee-Chen folds age-old rituals, customs and ceremonial rites into her radical […]

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RPM Records: Live in Vancouver

November 21, 2017

RPM Live: 010 - Mob Bounce

Celebrate the closing night of the 2018 PuSh Festival, with a lineup of Indigenous musicians from across Turtle Island. This is a dynamite evening of powerful, diverse music to move the feet and soul. Surely […]

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Joseph Keckler

November 21, 2017

Joseph Keckler

Vocal virtuoso, charming raconteur, master prose stylist—Joseph Keckler is all the above and more. This artistically ambidextrous performer can boast so many talents it’s a wonder he’s so modest. Performing monologues and singing opera, torch […]

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HINKYPUNK

November 21, 2017

HINKYPUNK

Striking, subversive and gorgeous to behold, Ralph Escamillan’s dance spectacular has its creator decked out in “sequin skin”—a layer of shiny ornamentation that serves to mask and reveal all at once. The skin conceals identity […]

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MDLSX

November 21, 2017

Gender-fluid rebel Silvia Calderoni does a powerhouse star turn in this show by Italian theatre company Motus. The performer’s own life story is crossbred with fiction, producing a work of genre blending and gender bending. […]

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