The Cultch’s 45th anniversary season— bursting with exciting local, national, and international performances —will make its three venues (Historic Theatre, York Theatre, and Vancity Culture Lab) the places to be this 2018/19.
John dresses as a woman and goes to the public library, Dick meets him expecting to find a woman; they begin an uneasy relationship, they get married—but they aren’t gay. Advertisements
“I’d never seen a piece that speaks to issues facing Canada’s Indigenous peoples as effectively and beautifully as Bears does” — Jerry Saddleback, Cree Elder and Dean of Cultural Studies at Maskwacîs College
Silence, darkness, rats, cockroaches. This is what the world is, without us.
This was an incredible show, somehow managing to successfully mix humour into this brutal, suspenseful thriller. It was hard-hitting, emotionally potent, and I'm so glad I saw it!
“This sound, of a silent audience watching, this sound vanishes now.” — World Without Us
“A fast-paced gem about having to say goodbye to your nearest and dearest…so full of quick-witted, comical play that it yields dazzling theatre” — KNACK.be – Els Van Steenberghe
The Cultch is excited to present Nicolas Billon’s Butcher, a Prime Cuts Collective (Vancouver) production running March 20-31 in the Historic Theatre.
The Cultch is thrilled to present Compagnia Baccalà’s award-winning clown show Pss Pss, playing at the York Theatre from February 20- March 4.
The Cultch is thrilled to present Broken Tailbone, the latest work from celebrated writer and performer Carmen Aguirre, Feb 13-24 in the Historic Theatre.