Poor Dorothy! When a pipeline bursts, Dorothy and Toto are flung to the magical Land of Oz, aka Nanaimo and Hastings. There, Dorothy is pursued by a Wicked Witch, meets
Poor Dorothy! When a pipeline bursts, Dorothy and Toto are flung to the magical Land of Oz, aka Nanaimo and Hastings. There, Dorothy is pursued by a Wicked Witch, meets a trio of new friends, and embarks on a magical journey to the World’s Greenest City in search of brains, heart, courage … and Yoga Pants!
Remember: there’s no place like Poco, there’s no place like Poco!
East Van Panto returns for a sixth year, welcoming celebrated playwright Marcus Youssef to the creative team. Director Stephen Drover (East Van Panto: Hansel & Gretel) returns, along with Panto favourites Veda Hille, Dawn Petten, and Raugi Yu. Featuring Craig Erickson, Kayvon Khoshkam, and Elbow Room Café: The Musical’s Christine Quintana!
*Recommended for a general audience. As an advisory to adults who might bring young people, The Cultch recommends East Van Panto: Wizard of Oz for ages 5 and up. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket.
Nov 28 – 29, 7PM: Preview
Nov 30, 7PM: Opening
Dec 01, 04 – 09, 11 – 16, 18 – 23, 26, 28 – 29, 7PM
Jan 02, 04 – 05, 7PM
Dec 01 – 02, 08 – 09, 15 – 16, 22 – 23, 26 – 30, 2PM
Jan 02 – 06, 2PM
Relaxed Performance: Dec 02, 2PM
Relaxed performances are designed to welcome audience members who would benefit from a less restrictive audience environment including (but not limited to) individuals on the autism spectrum, with sensory processing and communication disorders, and learning disabilities. This is also a great choice for families with young children who many need the option to move around. Light and noise levels may be slightly adjusted, audiences can make noise and move and enter and exit the theatre throughout the show.
ASL Interpreted Performance: Dec 09, 2PM
Live Audio Description by Vocal Eye: Dec 22, 2PM
November 28 (Wednesday) 10:50 pm - January 6 (Sunday) 10:50 pm