Play Preview: Problem Child

Denise, a former drug addict and sex worker, and R.J., a TV addict and ex-con, hope they’ll get their baby back from foster care. Set in a dingy motel room,…

Play preview: Intimacy

Written and directed by UFV student Desiree Hale, Intimacy is a collection of personal stories relating to intimacy — what it means, the varying experiences, how the definition changes as…

The Bear: play preview

In one act, just 45 minutes, UFV’s theatre department hopes to hit the short and sweet mark with their 2017/18 season kick-off play, The Bear. Written by Anton Chekhov, The…

Play preview: Bakkhai

Dealing with the vast spectrum of socially acceptable human nature as well as the balance and disbalance of order to chaos, Bakkhai is a retelling of the famous Greek tragedy…

UFV Theatre brings Possible Worlds to the stage

The story of possibilities and imagination, of love and morals, Possible Worlds, put on by the UFV theatre reveals the intricacies of parallel worlds in a sci-fi, murder mystery production. Possible Worlds runs from October 20 – 30 at the UFV Chilliwack north campus theatre.

Miss Somewhere goes somewhere: to the Theatre BC Mainstage

Miss Somewhere, a play written and co-directed by UFV alumna Cait Archer, is headed to the Theatre BC Mainstage in Kamloops after sweeping several awards at the Fraser Valley Zone Festival, including Outstanding Production and Achievement in Playwriting.

Drama brings history’s most famous assassination closer to home

“What if Caesar were a general who managed to eradicate terrorism from the world?”
It’s a hypothetical question at the centre of UFV’s upcoming production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, directed by Bruce Kirkley.