UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN: As of May 15 - 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:

Live Virtual Events in Kamloops

Tourism Kamloops is compiling Virtual Events around town, with the following listed for this week:

Sabrina Weeks & Mike Hilliard Live
Frequent performers at WCT events, Sabrina and Mike are Facebook Live every Tuesday and Friday at 7pm.

Story Telling at the TNRD Library
FOR THE KIDS: Every day Monday to Friday on Facebook.

Oh No George! 

FOR THE KIDS: Half Moon Theatre delightfully adapts the famous children's book. George, a dog who is trying to be good — with disastrous results when left alone for the day. Funny for all ages, especially if you've ever owned a puppy. Available for free on Vimeo.

The Encounter – St. Ann's Warehouse 

Inspired by Amazon Beaming, a novel by Petru Popescu, The Encounter is what happens when an American photojournalist, Loren McIntyre, happens on the mystical Mayoruna tribe in the Amazon Forest. “… not a voyage into a heart of darkness but of enlightenment.” (Ben Brantley, NY Times).  Streaming for free here through to May 22.

Time Out New York Listing of the Best of On-Line

Broadway is shut down, but the creative urge cannot be stopped. Time Out New York's suggestions for this weekend include

Sea Wall with Tom Sturridge, through to Monday

The latest from Berlin's Schaubühne: Bella Figura

Beckett's Happy Days, recreated by Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub

The links to these and many more theatre, opera, and dance offerings can be found here.

Swans for Relief - Virtual Ballet Performance

Swans for Relief brings together 32 ballerinas, representing ballet companies from around the world, to perform Le Cygne (The Swan) with music by Camille Saint-Saëns and performed by cellist Wade Davis, with choreography by Michel Fokine. Organized by Misty Copeland and Joseph Phillips.


British Columbia’s online directory of the province’s rich arts, culture, museum, and heritage sector. Whether you’re a parent looking for a way to spark home learning, an educator wanting access to new online resources, or someone who just love arts, culture, and heritage, you’ll find a world of culture on CultureOnline.ca.


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

Earlier suggestions, some of which are still available on-line, can be found here.