One Thing Leads to Another
February 14-18, 2019 – YPT’s critically-acclaimed, award-winning show for babies comes to Vancouver as part of its national tour! An innovative work of theatre created specifically for infants, this production transforms everyday objects into fabulous, fanciful, theatrical phenomena as it engages, stimulates and delights babies and adults alike.
As they develop and thrive, infants use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this production, performers engage with these youngest of audience members using music, enticing visuals and tactile experiences. When the show is over, babies and caregivers can explore the set and experiment with objects from the play, enhancing their own individual experience.
It was a pleasure to experience DBLSPK: Gramma by Maki Yi. Boca del Lupo thanks Maki Yi, our co-presenters rice & beans theatre, and everyone who attended.
DBLSPK is a quarterly reading series in which we present and discuss works in translation. We talk about what changes linguistically, culturally, and performatively. Gramma extends this conversation to examine the notion of intercultural theatre, with translated texts built into its conception.
CODA 2.0 – Software for People: The Upgrade
Boca del Lupo thanks everyone who participated in Coda 2.0: Software for People – The Upgrade! In this intense, immersive sensory and community experience, live computer coding meets improvised sonics and visual art performance. Defragment your breath, empty your recycling bin, and learn to fly with audio & visual collaborative works by Leó Stefánsson, Scant Intone, Hitori Tori and Yasushi Harada, and host Brady Marks.
Red Phone Tours Again
A huge thank you to Native Earth Performance and Aluna Theatre’s RUTAS FESTIVAL, Toronto, where our Red Phone was just performed from October 10-14, 2018. We were thrilled to premiere new scripts by Keith Barker (2018 GG Nominee) and Susanna Fournier, and for the first time, Red Phone scripts translated and available in Spanish! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
2019/20 Performance Works and Residency Intakes
In summer 2018, the Granville Island Theatre District Society, cofounded by Boca del Lupo and Carousel Theatre for Young People, became the managers of Performance Works, a unique, versatile performance venue on Granville Island. In fall 2018, Boca del Lupo conducted its first-ever Performance Works and Residency Program Intakes. These were undertaken with the goal of allowing performing artists working in all forms to obtain access to Performance Works, replacing the existing ‘first come, first served’ policy with transparent adjudication processes.
Our 2019/20 Intakes have now closed. If you applied to our Intakes, thank you for your participation! We are now reviewing the applications and will respond to all applicants in December 2018. In the meantime, we will reach out to individual applicants as necessary to resolve any questions that may arise in the adjudication process. Click here for more information.
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As of summer 2018, we are the managers of Performance Works on Granville Island! Click here for more information.
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Boca del Lupo is grateful to create and produce our work on the unceded territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.