NASSIM follows Soleimanpour’s globally acclaimed White Rabbit Red Rabbit, which has been translated into over 25 different languages, and performed over 1,000 times by names including Stephen Fry,… Read more “Award-winning playwright Nassim Soleimanpour caps off The Cultch’s 19/20 season with a show about language, friendship, and the illusive meaning of home.”
The Cultch is pleased to present Mind of a Snail Puppet Co.’s Multiple Organism in the Vancity Culture Lab March 19-30, 2019. Nudity. Projections. Puppetry. Original music. Personal hygiene.… Read more “Multiple Organism brings adults-only shadow puppetry to the Vancity Culture Lab!”
The Cultch is thrilled to bring Hot Brown Honey back to Vancouver after last year’s smash-hit run. Briefs Factory’s Hot Brown Honey runs March 15-30, 2019 at the York Theatre The… Read more “Hot Brown Honey returns to Vancouver, to turn up the heat, this spring!”
The Cultch is thrilled to bring Corey Payette’s award-winning musical Children of God back to the traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. After… Read more “Children of God returns to the York Theatre after a national tour and its highly successful 2017 world premiere at The Cultch!”
The Daisy Theatre’s company of puppets has become a staple at the Cultch. Audiences love Ronnie Burkett’s special brand of humour and his incredible ability to turn… Read more “Review: The Daisy Theatre returns with Little Dickens for another hilarious night of improv”
In Ronnie Burkett’s Little Dickens, the cast of The Daisy Theatre take on the beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, in the merriest marionette mash-up ever.
An intimate look at the man-on-the-ground told by one performer projected five times over.
In Backbone, ten world-class acrobats take the stage in ever more astonishing stunts. Literally thrown back and forth—and in every direction—they toss themselves headfirst into unthinkable configurations; their bodies unimaginable building blocks as they challenge the various perceptions of what strength is, where it comes from and how it is measured. This frenetic celebration of human interconnectedness will test the limits of strength: physical, emotional, individual, and collective.
This Duet We’ve Already Done (so many times) explores the intimacy of human relationship, relying on our knowledge of the familiar form of duet, while leaving room for creative decisions made in the moment by two world class dancers.
The Cultch is pleased to present The Ceasefire Series. From Oct 30 – Nov 17, The Cultch’s three venues will be fully immersed with three shows that… Read more “The Cultch presents the Ceasefire Series”