Our round-up of events happening at the theatre over the next four weeks.
B4PLAY (IN-PERSON + ONLINE)
BMO Studio, 1291 Gladstone Avenue
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 AT 11 AM
Our live talk show hosted by CBC Radio’s Gregor Craigie and featuring artists from the upcoming show, along with experts from the community, has been designed to provide insight into each production.
Panelists include include Actor and Musical Director Anton Lipovetsky and Co-creator and Director Michael Shamata.
Each event is held the Saturday before Opening, is free to attend, live streamed on Facebook, and is available as a podcast on our website.
B4Play is ASL Interpreted.
To reserve your free tickets, please call our Box Office – 250-385-6815.
TALKBACK THURSDAY (In Person)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 FOLLOWING THE PERFORMANCE
On the third Thursday performance during the run of each show, most (usually all) of the actors return to the stage to answer your questions and provide insight into the play you have just experienced. These Q & A sessions last approximately 20 minutes.
COMMUNITY THEATRE NIGHTS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24 AT 8 PM
The community theatre night is an opportunity to celebrate diversity, inclusion, and accessibility by doing what we like to do most, enjoying theatre!
If you would like to participate in or attend a Community Theatre Night, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24
The opportunity to discuss a piece of theatre after you have seen it can enhance your experience of the play.
A community facilitator hosts Afterplay, but they are not there to answer questions or to offer expert information. The goal of Afterplay – and the thrill of it – is that the conversation is audience-to-audience.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19 AT 2 PM (IN PERSON EVENT
WITH TOUCH TOUR & SOCIAL AFTER)
For patrons with low or no vision, we offer one VocalEye performance during most Mainstage productions. Trained Audio Describers provide descriptions of the visual elements of the show, allowing people with low vision to enjoy the theatrical experience without missing any of the details. More information at the Box Office.