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2013 festival

More Twitter Love

January 26, 2013

Love for Testament Final performances Jan 26, 4 & 8PM               Love for Do You See What I Mean?             Love for Encore One performance […]

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Media Round Up January 24

January 24, 2013

  Vancouver Observer says One-man King Lear blasts cultural boundaries using peking opera and moder theatrical techniques. Alex Waterhouse Hayward thinks you should tell the teenagers in your life to go Ride The Cyclone. BeeVancity found […]

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Curatorial Statement – Winners and Losers

January 08, 2013

By Associate Curator Dani Fecko Created in Vancouver’s Russian Hall – win Friends – win Games – win Tables – win Sitting – win Conversations – win Questions – win Answers – win Opinions – […]

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Curatorial Statement – King Lear

January 03, 2013

By Norman Armour, PuSh Festival Executive Director It is with great anticipation that I look forward to the PuSh Festival’s presentation of King Lear. This landmark production of Taipei’s Contemporary Legend Theatre marks the first […]

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Curatorial Statement – Testament

January 03, 2013

By Dani Fecko, PuSh Festival Associate Curator I’ve always enjoyed writing curatorial statements.  I enjoy them because I like to think I am sitting down for a glass of wine or tea with you, wherever […]

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Opening Gala

January 02, 2013

Presented by Eventbrite January 14, 2013 6-11PM 19+ $10  – Club Five Sixty, 560 Seymour Street Don’t miss the biggest party of the 2013 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival! A veritable buffet of creativity spread […]

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Curatorial Q and A for David Carr

December 24, 2012

David Carr Tell us about yourself.Fiona Black, Director of Programming at the NSCU Centre at Capilano University. I program three series: jazz, global roots and speakers as well as the North Shore Jazz series in […]

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Curatorial Statement – Umeda

December 19, 2012

By Mirna Zagar, Executive Director of the Dance Centre It’s always great to be able to bring back an artist once introduced to a community. The simple option of such possibility gives a certain sense […]

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