Ten years ago, four artists in their late 20s and early 30s travelled across the country to interview 100 people, aged 1 to 100 about what they believed in. What resulted was the widely acclaimed national treasure KISMET, one to one hundred. Now, a decade later, and in a new place in life (with parental death, marriage, children, career changes and relocation) the same team set out to find the surviving people and interviewed them again.
In FRONTERA, 10 dancers take to the stage amid pulsing flashes and towering vertical rays of light. The dancers react to the clarion call of the driving music and the whims of the lighting, becoming wildly shifting forms in a singular struggle between impulse and design. Columns of light alternately guide, divide, and entrap the dancers, but ultimately cannot defeat their fearless physicality and ingenuity.
The 15th annual PuSh International Performing Arts Festival took place January 17–February 3, 2019 across the Lower Mainland. The anniversary edition successfully closed a showcase of visionary collaboration and risk-taking by artists from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Guatemala, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Taiwan, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Vancouver’s Fox Cabaret and New Westminster’s Anvil Centre to play host to PuSh Festival’s cutting edge Club Push performance series The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (PuSh Festival) announces the expansion of its experimental, night-time weekend series Club PuSh, January 19 to February 3, 2018, held at its long-time Vancouver hub, The Fox Cabaret, and … Read more
Three-week festival showcases pioneering theatre, dance, multimedia, music & film from across Canada and around the globe The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival (PuSh Festival) presents its 14th annual edition, taking place January 16 to February 4, 2018 at various Vancouver venues. Acclaimed artists from 11 countries will descend on the city for the three-week … Read more
Actors and community choirs share stage in raw, soul-searching work Pi Theatre and the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival present the English Canadian premiere of David Greig’s daring play, The Events, January 17 – 28, 2018 at the Russian Hall (600 Campbell Avenue). Inspired by the 2011 killing of 69 people at a summer camp in … Read more