If you missed our show last year, then this is the perfect opportunity to come and see our all ages performance on Granville Island. 3 shows per day for 2 days. Free with wrist bands, which are allocated from at 11am on each day. Space is limited to 25 per show. Concept and design by Nicole Dextras and storytelling and choreography by Naomi Steinberg. Click HERE to see photos of last year’s show
Dates: Saturday, February 26th and Sunday, February 27th, 2011
Time: Daily, 12 – 12:30pm, 2:15 – 2:45pm & 3:30 – 4:00pm
Venue: Railspur Alley Park on Granville Island
The False Creek Bride is a multi-disciplinary performance inside a domed structure resembling a large white dress. Through storytelling the audience is guided on the mythical journey of Serena, a magical fish captured in a fisherman’s net. As the tale unfolds, she must bargain for her life by promising to supply the fisher with her bounty from the sea. The premise of the story is based on traditonal Celtic Silkie and the Inuit Sedna folktales and is given a contemporary twist as the fisher struggles with the communities need for his fish harvest. It is a tale woven with passion and enchantment; it aims to entertain while encouraging awareness of the environmental impact of our rivers and streams.