This story is part of a feature that first appeared in print in Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine’s March 2023 issue. Read the entire e-edition here:
Arts Revelstoke hosts five events at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre in March, ranging from kid-oriented performances to classical chamber music.
On Mar. 4, Monster Theatre presents a young audience-oriented science fiction play, Crisis on Planet Z! Terraformers come to the realization that their way of life on Planet Z is unsustainable, so they must change their ways.
On Mar. 10, Jane Stanton, Amber Harper Young and MC Sharon Mahoney present comedy tour act Ha Ha Harem. This trio of funny ladies has appeared alongside famous comedians and fancy venues, so, Revelstoke, let’s not bring their stock down. Pease, brush the sawdust off your mackinaws before you arrive, and remember: spit goes into the spittoons.
On Mar. 22, Movies in the Mountains presents Call Jane, presents the vignette of Joy, whose stable 1960s suburban life is upended by a pregnancy complication, hurling her into the culture wars embroiling the USA.
On Mar. 23, Rossland-based chamber music string quartet La Cafamore explores the music of Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn. The group features Kai Takeda on viola, Natasha Hall on violin, Maria Want on cello, and Carolyn Cameron on violin.
On Mar. 31, Canadian poet Shane Koyczan presents his spoken word show that explores the human experience. “Lauded for his sold-out live performances, Koyczan has carved out his own artistic path and taken his work beyond the conventional,” writes Arts Revelstoke.
The Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre is located at 1007 Vernon Avenue in the Revelstoke Secondary School building.