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Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

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1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

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In person performances at the Jericho Arts Centre are back at 100% capacity!

QR Code as proof of vaccination and ID required for ALL performances.

Masks are required

JAC follows all Provincial Health Office Orders

Featured Events

United Players – Emilia by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, directed by Lois Anderson

November 12, 2021 - December 5, 2021

Meet Emilia Bassano. She’s angry at how she is silenced, struggling to publish, defined by the men in her life. Angry that she is remembered by history only as the “Dark Lady” of Shakespeare’s sonnets. A poet, a feminist, a mother and more. Can all these identities reside in the same person? An award-winning play with an all-female cast.

United Players of Vancouver

PLEASE NOTE DAYS & SHOWTIMES DIFFER FROM REGULAR JAC SHOWS - see details below!

King Lear – Promethean Theatre Company

December 11, 2021 - December 23, 2021

Produced and Directed by Isaac Li

SYNOPSIS: Lear, the aging king of Britain, decides to step down from the throne and divide his kingdom evenly among his three daughters. A story about a dictator’s regime crumbling in light of his dementia, and the unequivocal feeling of ending.

SHOWTIMES: 8pm shows Tuesdays–Saturdays & matinées at 3pm every Sunday as well as on Saturday, December 18.

BOX OFFICE: Admission is $28 for anyone 12 & up, and $23 for children under 12.

You can buy tickets at https://king-lear.eventbrite.ca

For PREVIEW tickets https://king-lear-preview.eventbrite.ca

Previews December 10th.

or call 604-224-8007 ext 3

 

United Players – Haven by Mishka Lavigne, translated by Neil Blackadder, directed by Jack Paterson

January 21, 2022 - February 13, 2022

Elise and Matt meet when a hole opens up in Elise’s road. She’s just lost her mother; he is tracing his ancestry in Sarajevo. Both are adults feeling voids concerning their parents, and they find what they need in their memories and each other. Haven (Havre) won the 2019 Governor-General’s award for French-language drama, and is here produced for the first time in English.

COM·PLIC·IT

March 1, 2022 - March 13, 2022

YOUTHEATRE MOVEMENT PRESENTS:  COM·PLIC·IT

Written and directed by: Lee Jay Bamberry

A compelling story of how a young Indigenous girl befriends an unsuspecting teenage Prairie boyand together they explore how and why their paths are crossing even if it’s only for 48 hours. This untold tale of identity and hope only skims the surface surrounding the hidden and Complicit Residential School era, circa 1960.

The play is roughly 87 minutes in length, with a 10-minute intermission, followed by a 10-minute post show TalkBalk.

Get your tickets while they last, because you won’t want to miss this special story that will be making its way across Canada before too long. 

To Purchase your copy of the play follow this LINK

Preview Week – February 24, 25, 26, 2022
Performance Dates: March 1-12, 2022.
Box Office Number: 604 424 8275

For the last two decades Lee Jay Bamberry has written, directed, and toured plays that pack a punch, with edge and bite. With such themes as: addiction, dementia, abduction, human trafficking, and now the sordid Residential School chapter of Canadian history.
Lee Jay’s indigenous heritage is from his Grandmother, Sarah Bernard, being a full blood Mi’Kmaq from Burnt Church, New Brunswick, where he spent many of his childhood summers growing up.

 

YOUTHEATRE MOVEMENT PRODUCTION

Tickets
To Purchase TICKETS call the Youtheatre Box Office: 604 424 8275

http://www.youtheatresociety.com

United Players – A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay about the Death of Walt Disney by Lucas Hnath, directed by Adam Henderson

March 25, 2022 - April 17, 2022

Meet Walt. He’s got a screenplay that he wants you to see. It’s about Walt (everything’s about Walt), and about how his family is all going to miss him when he’s dead. You’re going to miss him too. Walt’s sure of it. This is a play about egos and empires and changing the world, whether it wants to be changed or not. Canadian première.

 

 

 

Cauldron – presented by Vital Spark Theatre Company. Written and Directed by Barbara Ellison

April 22, 2022 - May 14, 2022

Beware the power of women’s words…

A wild woman on a blasted heath tells Macbeth that he will be king.  Who is she and why did she say that? Midwife and healer Morag MacDonald is now responsible for that ominous prophecy.  When she finds the old scold’s bridle she was once forced to wear, Morag must first set the history straight and then take up arms against Macbeth himself.