Our picks this week: Kismet, things have changed, Anon(ymous), and Made in BC - Dance on Tour
Our picks this week: Kismet, things have changed, Anon(ymous), and Made in BC - Dance on Tour

Kismet, things have changed

Who: The Chop Theatre
What: Kismet, things have changed
Where: Shadbolt Centre for the Arts (6450 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby)
When: November 13-16
Why: Ten years ago, four artists in their twenties travelled across Canada and interviewed one hundred people, aged 1 to 100, about their beliefs. Ten years later, they set out to find the surviving people and talk with them again. Time to find out what has changed. More information at thechoptheatre.com

Kismet, things have changed
Kismet, things have changed

Anon(ymous)

Who: Studio 58
What: Anon(ymous)
Where: Studio 58 (100 West 49th Ave, Vancouver)
When: November 14-December 1
Why: Studio 58 alumnus Carmen Aguirre returns to her alma mater to direct this timely retelling of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey. In Naomi lizuka’s drama, a young refugee named Anon travels the United States in search of his disappeared mother. More information at studio58.ca.

Anon(ymous)
Anon(ymous)

Made in BC Dance on Tour

Who: Made in BC (MiBC) – Dance on Tour
What: Made in BC – Dance on Tour
Where: KW Production Studio (10 – 111 Hastings St, Vancouver)
When: November 15-19
Why: Emerging dance artists Eric Cheung, Kristy Janvier, and Zahra Shahab showcase recent work developed over their seven-month MiBC residency which provides professional development for emerging dance artists of colour. More information at madeinbc.org.

Made in BC - Dance on Tour
Made in BC – Dance on Tour