Thanks for joining us for Micro Performance Series #2 “Red Phone”. Here’s what’s coming up for Boca del Lupo…
The Vancouver International Children’s Festival (VICF) is commissioning Boca del Lupo to create Big Bad a contemporary take on a fairytale for both children and adults. Drawn from conversations with real children in Vancouver classrooms and the classic fairytale, Little Red Riding-hood, Big Bad explores the different ways we identify danger in the modern world.May 26-31 on Granville Island. See here for more details. Tickets on sale!
I Think I Can
Also appearing at the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, I Think I Can (ITIC) is an interactive installation by Terrapin Puppet Theatre (Australia) and created in collaboration with local model railway associations. Not just for train lovers (but they will love it too) this innovative installation invites audiences to choose puppet characters and become temporary residents of a miniature model railway world. Through puppetry, live video, and active audience participation, each character’s story develops, becoming part of the larger collective story, which is recorded by a newspaper editor who posts the stories online.May 25-31 on Granville Island. See here for more details. Tickets on sale!
Boca del Star Wars
BBQ & book launch
Saturday May 2
3:00pm – 9:00pm
Progress Lab (1422 William Street)
On May 2, we open up our studio and offices to celebrate Boca del Lupo successes of the past year and to launch a new three-volume board book series entitled Star Wars Epic Yarns by our Board member, Holman Wang. Join us for Boca del Lupo’s Boca del Lupo’s FREE family-friendly spring party and enjoy the following: a BBQ (meat and veggie-friendly!) • Cash bar and concession • Star Wars movie marathon • Photo ops with costumed Star Wars characters from the 501st Legion (3:30pm- 5:30pm) • Interactive AV displays • Silent auction • Prizes for best Star Wars costumes and lots more… Click here for more information.