On the night before Christmas, John McClane is on a mission to save his wife from German terrorists led by the debonair Hans Gruber… all while singing hit songs from the eighties.
Follow three friends through a world of colours, textures, song, and interactive play as they learn who they are, the importance of friendship, and what it means to find your place in the world.
After the collapse of civilization, a group of survivors share a campfire and begin to piece together the plot of an old Simpson episode entirely from memory.
When they first meet, the Sun and Moon seem too different to even be friends. But through song, adventure and a little help from their animal friends, the pair learn to accept their differences and become friends.
On My Walk is an interactive, playful story which invites very young children and their families to take part, clap, sing, and move together.
What happens when you integrate theatre so early in a child’s life that it becomes something you do, so it becomes the fabric of what you do?
Making Waves is a short film about Dawson Harrington, a fictional young musician who suffers from amnesia after he experiences a severe car accident. Frustration builds within him until he discovers a way back to recovery with the help of his younger sister, Jayme Harrington. The short film was produced in May 2015 in associationContinue reading “Making Waves”
Through her involvement with The Wet Ink Collective, CJ McGillivray was recently featured at the BC Buds Spring Arts Festival in association with the Firehall Arts Centre.
The spring was filled with passion, tension and tragedy in the form of a beautiful and challenging production of Antigone by Sophocles.
BNPR 2016 supports emerging artists by presenting a brilliant collection of short plays in association with the University of British Columbia.