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Mr Big and Tall four women photo“DFest" is a festival of short plays directed and performed by UFV Theatre students as well as post-secondary students from Capilano University, Simon Fraser University, Thompson Rivers University, Trinity Western University, and UBC Okanagan  Curated by UFV Theatre Faculty member Ian Fenwick, this festival encourages audience members to choose a show and enjoy the ride. 

April 23 - 27, 2014 
Performance Theatre, Chilliwack North (Yale Road) Campus
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Performance times vary. View performances times and show descriptions here: Directors Festival 2014 Final Schedule

Photo: Melissa Harris, Shannon Hayes, Kyra Esau, and Jessie Whatley in Mr. Bigg & Tall directed by Tim Howe and Steve Wilhite in 2013.




Past Productions of 2013/2014


The Little Mermaid three mermaid sisters 2013By Hans Christian Andersen | Adapted by Pam Gems
Directed by Colleen Lanki
The classic fairy tale by one of Denmark's greatest writers, adapted into an imaginative stage production by British playwright Pam Gems. Submerge yourself into the story of a young mermaid who, after falling in love with a prince, makes a courageous, but ultimately heart-breaking bargain with a sea-witch. As Pam Gems writes, “What is surprising about the stories of Hans Christian Andersen is what is surprising about all fairy stories…the darkness.” Rediscover the dark beauty of Andersen's original tale.

November 6 - 24, 2013
Performance Theatre, Chilliwack North (Yale Road) Campus

Photo: Mallory Donen Photography
View the full set of photographs from The Little Mermaid at Mallory Donen Photography

By Linda Grifftiths
Directed by Ian Fenwick

age of arousal image It is 1885, a time of passion and confusion: the typewriter and the suffrage movement are sending things topsy turvey; virtue is barely holding down its petticoats. Five ambitious New Women and one Newish Man struggle to find their way. However, when spinsters Virginia and Alice, the beautiful Monica, and the attractive Dr. Everard Barfoot arrive, things can never be the same. 

January 8 - 26, 2014 
UFV Performance Theatre, 45635 Yale Road 
Call 604-795-2814 or email theatre@ufv.ca

Due to frank sexual content this production is suitable for 14 years +



Romeo and Juliet

March 5 - 23, 2014
By William Shakespeare
‌Adapted and Directed by Paul Gélineau

Romeo and Juliet image 2014Adapted from the original play into a post-apocalyptic version of Shakespeare's timeless text, Paul Gélineau directs an exciting production full of seductive love poetry and thrilling stage combatPaul is a UFV Theatre Sessional Instructor and award-winning Fight Director with Fight Directors Canada.

Contemporary audiences will enjoy a sensuous look at one of the world's most tragic tales. In a world of violence and chaos, a pair of star-cross'd lovers take their lives. They live in a place not unlike what our near future may hold, and in this world, we learn about Fate and her lessons about hatred and intolerance.

Performances at the UFV Performance Theatre at 45635 Yale Road in Chilliwack
Previews at 7:30 pm: Wed Mar 5 and Thu Mar 6 > tickets are $11 + service fees
Evenings at 7:30 pm: Fri Mar 7 (opening night), Sat Mar 8, Fri Mar 14, Sat Mar 15, Thu Mar 20, Sat Mar 22
Matinees at 2 pm: Sun Mar 16 and 23 
PLEASE NOTE: The performance on Friday, March 21 is for UFV Alumni. For details, contact the Alumni office at 604-557-4008.

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Contains mature themes 
Please note we cannot seat latecomers

Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet presented by UFV Theatre

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UFV Theatre and Sto:lo Nation/Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre presents three free staged readings of Kwantlen playwright Joseph Dandurand's Please Do Not Touch the Indians as part of Culture Days in September 2013. The readings are directed by UFV Theatre faculty member Heather Davis-Fisch. 

The play begins with two "Hollywood Indians" sitting on a bench in front of a gift shop. Throughout the play, stereotypical tourists, fascinated with the wooden figures arrive to pose with them and take pictures. When the tourists leave the stage, Dandurand shows the audience a contrasting dream world where the characters of Coyote, Wolf, and Raven tell their fantastic, moving satirical, and beautiful stories, showing how they came to be and how contact and colonization changed their lives in painful ways. 

September 28 and 29, 2013 
Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre in Chilliwack
Building 10, 7201 Vedder Road 

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