Revolutions 4 (Josh Hite)

A Main Stage Production

Revolutions is an immersive performance in a 7,000 square foot warehouse. A telescopic journey through dust, human chemical relationships and geological time.

Vancouver critics’ top pick for 2016. 

I dearly hope Revolutions will return, so I don’t want to give too much away. Let me just say that the poetry of this piece is concrete. Space speaks. Walls sing. – Colin Thomas, full article

Revolutions made us dizzy with excitement […] it was a completely unnerving, absolutely unique experience with an apocalyptic interwoven story. – Jo Ledingham, full article

Collaborators: Steven Hill & Alex Lazaridis Ferguson (co-direction) // Jay White (set design) // Josh Hite (video artist) // Nancy Tam (sound design) //  Kyla Gardiner, Gabriel Raminhos & Jaylene Pratt (lighting design) // Delia Brett (performer-devisor) // Sean Marshall Jr. (performer-deviser) // Paul Viitanen (stage management) // Carmine Santavenere (performer-deviser)

In the media… “Something good is happening in Vancouver contemporary performance… an original vision.” (RealTime Arts, Australia) See full review here.

Trailer (coming soon…)

Full Video (coming soon…)

Preview by Zoe Grams, 24 Hours

Review by Erika Thorkelson, The Vancouver Sun

Review by Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight 

Review by Jo Ledingham, On The Scene

Review by Peter Dickinson, Performance, Place and Politics

Review by Mikis Vrettakos, Realtime Arts

Revolutions was created with generous support from the City of Vancouver, Cultural Services, Canada Council for the Arts, the BC Gaming Commission and the BC Arts Council.