Heather Redfern is the Executive Director of The Vancouver East Cultural Centre (The Cultch) where she curates a program of over 20 different presentations each season.
For six years the Cultch has partnered with Theatre Replacement to present the East Van Panto. Every year it has become more and more popular, and it is now know as one of Vancouver's favourite holiday traditions.
East Van Panto: Wizard of Oz
Theatre Replacement (Vancouver)
Nov 28 (with Nov 30th Opening)-Jan 6, 2019
About The Cultch:
Now in its 45th season, The Cultch has been one of Vancouver's most diverse and innovative arts and cultural institutions, offering dynamic programming in contemporary theatre, dance, and music by local, national, and international artists. Today, The Cultch continues to enrich the social and cultural life of Vancouver by bringing world-class cultural presentations to the public, supporting the growth of emerging artists and companies, and facilitating dialogue between groups in the Lower Mainland, especially within our local community of East Vancouver. The Cultch is so much more than just a theatre in the physical sense – our organization is looked upon as one of the foremost performing arts presenters in the country. Widely recognized as an innovator and leader, we have played an integral role in the development of British Columbia’s artistic landscape. www.thcultch.com
What are we here for? Is time a friend or an enemy? Do we all eventually end up in the same place, but take different routes to get there?
This is a funny, moving, and thought-provoking piece and you don't want to miss listening to Will Eno talk about his artistic process and zest for life.
Wakey Wakey, opens at Portland Playhouseon September 26th.
Danielle Weathers and Jason Glick talk about Milwaukie's own Chapel Theatre Collective https://chapeltheatremilwaukie.com
Their first production will be Kat Ramsburg's An Anatomy of a Hug; don't miss this chat about their juicy upcoming season AND
Captivating playwright Will Eno talks about his play Wakey Wakey, which will be opening at Portland Playhouse on September 26th. www.portlandplayhouse.org
Guess who??? Darius Pierce and a first, an interview with an anonymous actor prior to the show.
Anonymous Theatre; auditions are held... in secret. The play is cast... in secret. Cast members rehearse the show one-on-one with the director... secretly... and do not learn the identity of the other cast members. Meet Darius Pierce of Anonymous theatre and a MYSTERY GUEST, one of the actors in A Midsummer Night's Dream, one night only, in the Anonymous Theatre style
August 13, 2018 at 7:00pm @THE GERDING THEATRE AT THE ARMORY
Teaching in the West Bank of Israeli-occupied Palestine and growing up in Canada and Los Angeles as the child of Guatemalan civil war refugees changed Sayda Trujillo’s concept of resistance and of herself. A story of loss and waiting in line, Win the War or Tell Me a Story is a one-woman physical theatre piece that spans generations, wars, cultures and continents to explore the far reaching effects of forced immigration on those who seek refuge in unfamiliar places.
Jessica Wallenfels, Philip Cuomo and Susan Banyas illuminate the work of CoHo Summerfest, bringing together multidisciplinary artists both local and national for a month filled with non-traditional, innovative, experimental work. Coho Summerfest, 4 weeks, 4 show, no boundaries. War, Unicorns, Constellations and Leisure Suits
#//<EMBEDDED>//# is a one-person multimedia piece of devised theatre that examines the condition of a trapped virtual identity through the lens of a cyber celebrity stuck within the regulating algorithms of a social media platform, inside a broadcasting room floating somewhere in the inter-webs of cyber space and time.
Don't SHUSH! Where are theatre audiences being encouraged to have emotional experiences out loud? Jerry Foster, Stan Foote, Sarah Jane Hardy and Anita Menon talk about the thrilling work they're doing at Oregon Children's Theatre and Northwest Children's Theatre.
Susannah sat down with Portland Center Stage Managing Director, Cynthia Fuhrman to chat about the selection process for Portland Center Stage's new artistic director.
The Drammy Committee weighs in on The Drammys, and what the committee is hoping to achieve. They're on Monday June 25th at Portland Center Stage. Are they a celebration of Portland Theatre?