PuSh International Performing Arts Festival: Win Prince Hamlet Tickets


Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 — 9:13am PST
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The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival celebrates its 15th Anniversary (January 17 to February 3, 2019) with an extraordinary showcase that includes six world premieres and 11 Canadian premieres.

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival
Reception for Inked & Murmur by Aakash Odedra Company, presented at PuSh 2016. Photo by Sarah Race.

January 17 to February 3, 2019
Various Venues
View the full event calendar here »

The three-week festival presents mesmerizing program of radical theatre, innovative dance, and experimental music. PuSh’s line-up ignites meaningful discussions on the world around us.

The six world premiere performances will be presented by contemporary dance organization Company 605; boundary-breaking dance company MACHiNENOiSY; composer and musical director Joelysa Pankanea; Dora Award-winning dub poet and actor D’BI; the performers of Kimmortal & Immigrant Lessons; and Guatemalan performance artist Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa.

Almost half of the program — 11 performances — will be Canadian premieres, including a suite of three sound-based works from Japan by ASUNA, Marginal Consort, and Tetsuya Umeda; Dancenorth Australia featuring music from Indonesian band Senyawa; and a piece from Taiwanese choreographer Liu Kuan-Hsiang.

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2012 Club PuSh. Photo by Tim Matheson

New for the 2019 season, Club PuSh — a platform for the festival’s most edgy and experimental work — will be located in multiple spaces across the city and home to Opening and Closing Night parties. The PuSh Film Series will present movies perfectly paired to the program, and PuSh Assembly will stimulate dialogue through free talks for the public and industry networking events.

All event passes are on sale now »

Win Tickets

I have a pair of tickets to give away for Prince Hamlet, running from January 23-27, 2019 at UBC’s Frederic Wood Theatre.

Prince Hamlet — Why Not Theatre (Canada)
Western Canadian Premiere
Shakespeare’s classic gets the update it needs in Ravi Jain’s wildly inventive, radically inclusive production. The production is bilingual, with integrated English and American Sign Language, making it uniquely accessible to both hearing and deaf audiences.

Here’s how you can enter to win:

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Winner will be drawn at random from all entries on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at 9:00am. The winner may select the show date of their choice, based on availability.

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Update The winner is Cheuk!

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15 comments

  1. Adrian On says:

    Would love to see this show!

  2. Carlos says:

    Would be something different to see and take in.

  3. wen says:

    This will be great!

  4. Cheuk says:

    good show

  5. Season says:

    will treat my husband

  6. Jason B says:

    I would love to win something…it has been 3 yrs…;0

  7. Kathryn McCready says:

    Would love love love to see this!

  8. Kirsten F says:

    I would love to go and see this show! Thanks for the great contest!

  9. behzad says:

    would love to go

  10. Ed says:

    Would be so happy to go!!

  11. Eileen says:

    sounds interesting

  12. Renate Boorman says:

    Would enjoy this

  13. Mark N says:

    Love to see them live 😊

  14. bonnie lam says:

    Sweet. Good luck to you all. Huggies.

  15. Sunshine H says:

    Sounds like an interesting show.

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