Coming to Canada November 2015:
A PANGAEA ARTS production, in collaboration with ArtStage SAN from South Korea.
상자 SANGJA (Boxes)
SANGJA takes the audience on a remarkable journey from Korea to Canada, and all of the imaginative places in-between. Pangaea Arts collaborates with Korean puppetry/physical theatre troupe ArtStage SAN, to create a theatrical piece that reaches across borders. We follow a boy as he strives to find his unique place in the world and come to terms with the incredible loss of his birth family, language and culture, while navigating the tension that occurs when families (and people) don’t fit within our cultural expectations. More about SANGJA...
ARVAARLUK: An Inuit Tale
ARVAARLUK: An Inuit Tale is a new theatre-for-young-audiences play. Theatre artists from Pangaea Arts colloborate with Inuit author and storyteller Michael Kusugak. The show features live storytelling, breathtaking puppetery, masks, throat-singing and video projections. More about ARVAARLUK: An Inuit Tale...
STORIES on WHEELS
STORIES on WHEELS is
a unique street theatre storytelling act inspired by the traditional
Japanese travelling show called Kamishibai (literally paper
The tales are told by a comic narrator, using beautifully illustrated
picture cards displayed in a magnificent miniature wooden stage
attached to the back of a vintage bicycle. More about STORIES
The Trollsons in THE STORYTELLER
Come deep into the forest as a family of trolls bring Scandinavian folklore to life. It's Grandpa Trollson's 200th birthday party, but he refuses to come out of his tree stump to celebrate! When audience participants join the action onstage, Grandpa cannot resist the power of storytelling. Join us for three truly interactive tales based on stories by Hans Christian Andersen, featuring live music, incredible masks, physical comedy, improvisation, and good old-fashioned troll trouble! More about "The Trollsons in THE STORYTELLER"...
About Pangaea Arts
Pangaea Arts is an intercultural, interdisciplinary world arts organization based in Vancouver. Pangaea Arts was formed to promote cultural interaction and the exchange of ideas between diverse communities and to introduce Canadian audiences to performance traditions from around the world. Pangaea Arts creates productions that educate by participation, encouraging audiences and artists to actively investigate different cultures and ideas. More about Pangaea Arts...