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Occurs on Saturday May 8 2021

Approximate running time: 2 hours and 30 minutes


Online Performance
BOX 329
1025 Lorne Street
Kamloops BC V2C 5K9

Event Notes

× Western Canada Theatre and Chimera Theatre have joined forces to bring you a one-time theatrical event like no other. Featuring 24 local acts, there's something for everyone. Watch all of this (Live!) from the comfort of your own home. There's even a FREE Family Friendly Matinée on, Saturday, May 8th. To add to the festival feel, we've created a Virtual Pavilion Theatre experience, where you can bump into friends and fellow audience members, and chat with them via video (Available on May 5th & 15th). We'll also have additional activities, nightly giveaways, and food and beverage options to aid in your enjoyment.

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This is a FREE family-friendly afternoon event!


An Exploration In Improv – Shakes and Shimmies
Saturday, May 8th at 1:00pm

Shakes and Shimmies are a performance arts group of young ladies aged 6 to 14. They have been working together for many years, starting out as a bellydance class, transitioning into a wider range of performance arts, including theatre and improv arts. Through their time together, they, alongside their instructors Ms Coco and Ms Jennilee, recognized how important it was to have a safe creative space where their voices were always heard, where they had leadership opportunities, and where their weird, wonderful, and artistic hearts could flourish. This Exploration In Improv is a shining example of how clever and hilarious these young women can be given opportunity. Kashmir, Mia, Brooklyn, Vienna, Zarra, and Willow are excited for you to join them in their first improv production!

Kiki the Eco Elf
Saturday, May 8th at 1:30pm

Why Coyote No Longer Wears Moccasins – Chris Bose
Saturday, May 8th at 2:00pm

Chris Bose is a dynamic and engaging storyteller who got his start learning stories from his grandparents who were traditional storytellers, speaking a few different languages, primarily secwepemc and nlaka’pamux, broken English and bits and pieces of other Indigenous languages. Years of travels and adventures with his grandparents percolated into his brain and now he is a storyteller traveling the world. Chris makes his stories fun and interactive, sharing words in his languages as well as bringing to life the stories of coyote, the trickster, spa-ach the bear, ska-lu-la the owl and many more! Come have some fun, take a journey through time, and see the world before humans, when the animals were running things around here!

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