A soldier loyal to his country encounters three witches on the battlefield that tell him he will be king. Now, Macbeth and his partner in crime, Lady Macbeth, are on a bloody path of ambition, power, and betrayal. Macbeth Muet completely deconstructs this Shakespeare tragedy into a fast-paced, visceral theatre experience, using the body, objects as imagery, and a ton of fake blood. Entire scenes are reduced to a single look, as Shakespeare’s complex and beautiful poetry is rendered mute…Find out more »
This show takes place at the Black Box Theatre 1375 Water St, Kelowna, BC Living Things 2019 presents: Bushel and Peck January 20th 2019 2pm Alastair Knowles (James & Jamesy) and Stéphanie Morin-Robert (Merkin Sisters / BLINDSIDE) fuse their mastery of comedy and movement as they tear up their performance handbook, touch the untouchable, and are blown away by the uproarious consequences. Bushel and Peck will boisterously charm your naked heart. “Brilliant and absurd. The perfect tonic for whatever ails…Find out more »
Living Things 2019 presents: Butt Kapinski January 26 2019 7:30pm and January 27 at 8pm at the Black Box Theatre 19+ Event Think it’s a solo show? Think again. Private eye Butt Kapinski invites you to co-star in a film noir murder mystery. Join Butt in a seedy world of sex, sin, shadows and subterfuge as you take the ride of a full-on interactive comedic experience. Kick reality to the curb! Play in a world of dark dreams and bad…Find out more »
This show takes place at the Black Box Theatre 1375 Water St, Kelowna, BC Living Things 2019 presents: Pepper Pepper: Diva Practice January 26th 9pm This is a 19+ event. Being fabulous takes practice! Diva Practice embodies fabulousness by hybridizing drag, technological interventions and contemporary dance. While blending of genres, Diva walks between the worlds of nightlife, dance-theatre, and installation, while also making accomplices of the audience. For more information, visti the Pepper Pepper project website or preview the show…Find out more »
“Clowning turned nasty and the crockery started to fly in Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas’s brilliantly conceived, absurd two-hander that takes its name from the much fought over ancient Syrian city. It could be seen as a show about the west’s inability to take action in Syria, but equally read as a metaphor for a personal relationship breakdown. Viciously funny.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian “ The duo who created eurohouse shift from comic to tragic in a brilliant piece that…Find out more »
PARKING : Metered street parking is available outside the centre (free after 5 PM & Sundays). One block south on Ellis Street, parking has been increased at the Library Parkade to 668 spaces, and Memorial Parkade to 519 spaces. Parkades are free after 6 PM except during special events. There is an Impark Lot at Prospera Place (access from Water or Cawston) and Impark Lot at the corner of Ellis and Cawston (access from Cawston).