UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN: As of May 27 - Western Canada Theatre

Recommended Virtual Theatre

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN is a curated list of content that we're most excited to check out. Compiled by the staff at Western Canada Theatre, each week we'll send along a few items we've found on channels of other cultural institutions we admire from across Canada and the globe.

Here's a short list of what not to miss this week:

Around Kamloops Virtually

Kamloops SymphonyConducting Workshop and Chat with Dina Gilbert

Kamloops Art Gallery's Field Trips:

  Studio Visit with Donald Lawrence

  Studio Visit with Anyssa Fortie

Stratford Festival

The Stratfest@Home offers two streaming Shakespeare performances:

Timon of Athens: Timon's compulsive generosity makes him the most popular man in Athens - until his funds run out. Now, embittered by ingratitude, what will he do when his city comes under attack? Through to June 11

The Tempest: A long-deposed ruler uses magical arts to bring within her power the enemies who robbed her of her throne and marooned her on a remote island. But what revenge does she mean to take? Through to June 4

Coming Soon: Love's Labour's Lost and Hamlet

The National Ballet of Canada

Through Join Us Virtually, the dancers of the National Ballet of Canada are offering Ballet Moments, teaching ballet and workout classes, hosting Q&A’s, bake-alongs, improvising choreography in their living rooms and more.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

Each Thursday at 7:30 pm, the VSO launches a new VSO@Home Digital Performance.

National Theatre, London

London’s National Theatre's latest offering is the Young Vic's 2014 hit of Australian director Benedict Andrews’s much-buzzed-about revival of A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams’s  portrait of hard times in New Orleans, starring Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) as Blanche, Ben Foster (X-Men: The Last Stand) as Stanley and Vanessa Kirby (The Crown) as Stella. To Thursday at 11am, PDTUp next: Starting May 28 is This House, "A timely, moving and funny insight into the workings of 1970s British politics."

Royal Ballet, London

Broadcasting free online as part of the Royal Opera House's #OurHouseToYourHouse series:

Anastasia - to May 28: Kenneth MacMillan's full ballet,inspired by the true story of Anna Anderson, a woman who believed herself to be Anastasia, youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and the only survivor from the assassination of the Romanovs in 1918.

The Cellist - May 29 to June 11, A lyrical memoir of the momentous life of the cellistJacqueline du Pré, from her discovery of the cello through her celebrity as one of the most extraordinary players of the instrument to her frustration and struggle with multiple sclerosis.

BAM - Brooklyn Academy of Music

DanceAfrica2020 - This year, BAM celebrates DanceAfrica with a series of digital offerings, paying special tribute to the  people who have shaped the festival over its  42-year history. There are online dance classes, streams of past performances, interviews with members of the Council of Elders, a virtual bazaar, and other programs through to June 14.


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The National Arts Centre's (NAC) Canada Performs Livestream continues. Information about the complete #CanadaPerforms lineup can be found here.