SCHEDULE / PERFORMANCES

Stay tuned for our event calendar! Our 2023 Festival will feature dazzling performances from artists far and wide. From local treasures to international gems, these captivating performers will put a smile on your child’s face and make you hoot with laughter.

  1. Spirit and Tradition  Image of performers from the Spirit and Tradition dance performance on stage kneeling

    Spirit and Tradition layers projected imagery, soundscape and Coastal masked dance, transporting the audience to the rich and diverse ecosystem of British Columbia’s coastal mountains and Pacific Ocean. 

    Age/Grade: 5‑up (Grades K‑12)
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  2. One of a Kind  Members of the ‘One of a Kind’ performance group outlined in a yellow edit smiling at the camera next to each other, in front of the tree

    One of a Kind is a series of stories performed by a talented, diverse group of extraordinary emerging storytellers. Each performer shares a one-of-a-kind tale from their childhood, filled with truths, cultural perspectives, challenges, laughs and adventures all accompanied by physical theatre, music and movement. 

    Age/Grade: 7‑up (Grades 2 — up)

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  3. A Story of a House That Turned into a Dot  silhouette of a girl with pigtails holding some tulips

    A captivating adventure about how long the road home is when you run away in anger. You will enjoy this delightful tale about fairness and family, beautifully told through shadow puppetry, masks and music. 

    Age/Grade: 8‑up (Grades 2‑up)
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  4. Project Element  Cutout mismatched letters spelling ‘Project Element’ in front of a collage with a wooden door and fish. Watch this performance online from May 31st-June 12th

    The film follows a group of children who must travel through magical worlds to find their friend, the Prince, who has been captured by the evil Troll Princess. Will the gifts from the mystical creatures of the lands be enough to help them on their quest? 

    Age/Grade: 9‑up (Grades 4‑up)
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  5. The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly  The Girl who forgot Sing Badly text with Louis Lovett and a pair of binoculars pictured above

    Sometimes it takes a girl-sized human to solve an adult-sized problem… Get ready for a story literally packed full of fun and suspense. 

    Age/Grade: 7‑up (Grades 1‑up)
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