The Fishbowl on Granville Island
100-1398 Cartwright Street, Vancouver
Home of Boca del Lupo’s Micro Performance Series.
Map to The Fishbowl:
Progress Lab 1422
1422 William Street, Vancouver
Progress lab 1422 is a joint production and administration centre at 1422 William Street. Boca del Lupo calls it home along with Neworld Theatre, The Electric Company Theatre and Rumble Productions.
The facility’s impact on the community is already immense as evidenced by productions like the Electric Company’s “Tear the Curtain,” Neworld/Leaky Heaven’s “Peter Panties,” Rumble/Pi’s “After the Quake,” Touchstone/November’s “Hardcore Logo Live,” and Boca del Lupo’s own “PHOTOG.” and “La Marea.” This state of the art, dedicated facility has increased the community’s artistic capacity along with the many other significant, albeit less tangible, benefits that come from casual daily connections fostered in this distinctive shared environment.
The Anderson Street Space
The Anderson Street Space is Boca del Lupo’s initiative to create Canada’s premiere setting for intimate performance.
There were two phases of renovations that happened over 2010. First we installed a sprung floor, pipe grid, black drape, painting, seating, as well as upgrading the shared kitchen in the 1405 Anderson Street building. Thanks to a contribution from Canadian Heritage, the second phase focused on the purchase of specialized equipment. The Anderson Street Space is now fully equipped with some of the latest performance technology.
The space is leased through the Granville Island CMHC in a building shared with Axis Theatre and the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance who make regular use of the space.