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*Links to digital shows will be sent via email on August 16, or 24 hours after ticket purchase once the festival begins*
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Chick-a-Duck by Rebeka Herron
CHICK-A-DUCK is an unusual animal. She’s a chicken. Except when she sneezes, then she turns into a Duck.
POP! When she sneezes again, POP! She turns back. Which wouldn’t be a huge problem, but her new best friend is DUST BUNNY. A brown bunny surrounded by a cloud of dust, he accompanies Chick-a-Duck wherever she goes.
Electro Summer Station by Owen MK
CANCELLED - Final Log by Dreamers of the Deep
The Fig Tree by AlvegoRoot Theatre
A fig tree and a spider meet in a garage, strike up a conversation and begin a friendship. Through their friendship the spider learns of the fig tree’s long and eventful journey to Canada, which through Brazilian/Canadian playwright Patricia Nacamoto’s imagination becomes a brilliant and playful metaphor of the immigration experience. An imaginative contemporary fable, exploring the Canadian immigration experience and what Canada’s cultural mosaic can mean.
Matchmaker on the Roof by Ellie Reynolds
Matchmaker on the Roof is a distinctly Kootenay-flavored one-woman show, telling the true tale of Ellie’s outrageous, Border-Crossing love affair. Fleeing her London home, along with her family’s hopes for a respectable Post-Cambridge career, she travels to BC with two desires: to sink her hands into the dirt, and to make her travel buddy fall in love with her. He doesn’t. Landing in none other than the city of Nelson, Ellie’s disappointed heart chakra is ripped open on the spiritual dance floor - leading her directly into the embrace of a stranger who turns out to be a ‘most unusual Match’. Filmed at an empty theatre in Nelson BC during Covid - this show will speak to anyone who has fallen in
love, immigrated, left their roots behind, only to find their way back to them unexpectedly.
"I don't know where I'm going to live"
by Bawaating Child Welfare Warriors
the mission of Bawaating Child Welfare Warriors is to provide preemptive, real time interventions, and ongoing advocacy to support and empower Indigenous youth aging out of care to acquire the structural tools they need to survive and successfully live independently. As a community based, youth led organization we want to educate the community about the barriers faced by youth aging out of care, highlight solutions, empower youth autonomy and self determination in their survival and ability to decide
what’s best for their future, and utilize their expertise and knowledge to create sustainable youth oriented
Road to Bloom: Always Connected by Zachariah Highgate
Originally filmed as a docu-series set to premiere during the 2020 pandemic, Road to Bloom: Always Connected showcases thought-provoking conversations between Zachariah Highgate (@ZachariahHighgate) and several creatives in various disciplinaries. While discussing the pandemic, this short film also features dialogues covering additional topics; such as career navigation and the importance of solidarity in the face of discrimination. Road to Bloom: Always Connected will see its debut premiere at the Fringe North 2023 festival. It features Rekha Swamy (@SomethingtoCapture), Words with Michelle (@WordsWMichelle), and Aria Evans (@PoliticalMovement).