The return of an impossible dream: enter the world of the renowned Electric Company Theatre, through the stage door of Vancouver's largest performing arts theatre. Walk into the set from the wings. Sit inside the action of an unforgettable, immersive live performance.
ELECTRIC COMPANY: ALL THE WAY HOME
In January 2012, Electric Company co-founder Kim Collier came "all the way home" to Vancouver, directing this intimate & unplugged experience of Tad Mosel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
All the Way Home sold out its week-long run, with enormous buzz within the Vancouver community. The response to Electric Company's production has been overwhelming — a testament to the power of art to help us through the deepest of emotional experiences.
Seating was extremely limited during the run in 2012. There weren't enough seats to meet the demand and many audience members were turned away.
Electric Company continues to receive letters, emails, and phone calls expressing great gratitude for the experience. With your support, Electric Company is going to bring it back.
Donate $55 to our Indiegogo campaign, and you will get a ticket to the January 2014 production as a perk.
For this show to happen, we need to sell it out 6 months in advance — before it opens. It must sell out by the end of June. This is your chance to get a ticket.
Why? Two reasons: It is truly intimate live theatre - and – it happens on Vancouver’s biggest (and most expensive) stage.
It is this incredible contrast; a small audience gathered within arms reach of the performance, amidst the breathtaking scale of the Queen Elizabeth Theatre that makes this production so special, and so fiscally impossible! This is something that can only occur in the non-profit arts sector, where we’re not driven by the bottom line but rather a passion to achieve and experience the impossible. The hitch? We need to fund it almost entirely through ticket sales.
It is an audacious plan, true to Electric Company's artistic vision and commitment to building community;
Join us for this daring adventure.