After eons of silence, the way to the Fairy Realm has opened! Take the leap and venture into dangerous realms of magic and mischief, faeries and spirits. And giant robots, of course.
Step into a dark, fantastical world where your thoughts and feelings become reality, where your inner self and outer life struggle for dominance. In such a place, will you become a product of your obstacles? Will you hide away in your wildest fantasies? Or will you evolve, and rise to the challenge of a new world before you?
Join the eatART Foundation for this theatrical extravaganza unlike anything we have ever done before! This debut event, at the historic Vancouver Playhouse Theatre, combines mechanical artwork with dance, music, and circus to bring you an experience to transform your reality.
The show contains adult themes and language; parental guidance is advised.
Dates: Fri April 21st and Sat April 22nd
Start time: 7:30pm
Location: The Vancouver Playhouse – 600 Hamilton St.
Super Early Bird – $16.5 (+fees)
Early Bird – $31.5 (+fees)
General Admission – $54.5 (+fees)
Supporter of the Arts – $68.5 (+fees)
VIP + Front Row – $91.5 (+fees)
No door tickets – get them online before they’re gone!
There are no ins and outs during the show.
***The venue requires that everyone, including children of any age, require a ticket.***
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ENTERTAINMENT & ACTS///
Opening Clown Act by Priscilla Costa
Aerial Silks by Julie Patrick
Flow Arts by Ember Arts Society
Poems by Marie Metaphor
Vocals by Emily Cheung
+ Surprise Performing Acts
Story by Xander Williams
Event poster by Jaclyn Yuan
This show was made possible with the support of the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Civic Theatres.
A limited number of tickets are available in exchange for volunteering. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in getting involved. We recognize cost can be a barrier to participating in your community. If the cost presents as a barrier for you, please don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com about low-income ticket options.
This event is being held on the stolen, ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil Waututh) Nations. As settlers living, creating, and organizing events on these lands, we believe it’s important to acknowledge that indigenous people have been the caretakers of this land for generations. We benefit from their past and present protection of these lands.
We also have an obligation to continuously work to repair harms perpetrated upon Indigenous communities, presently and historically. Settler colonialism has brought and continues to bring untold violence to these lands and people. With reconciliation in mind, we will donate a portion of proceeds from this event to RAVEN Trust.
- This event is different from our usual fundraisers; it is a feature length, seated performance.
- This show is a fundraiser. Proceeds go towards the performers, supporting the eatART Foundation, and reconciliation.
- This event is wheelchair accessible. For more information about accessibility, check out the venues website.
- Light sensitivity note – some scenes in the show have flashing lights.
Support the eatART with a donation here.
We are grateful for the continued support of this wonderful community.
The eatART Crew