The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is one of Vancouver’s signature events, and, true to its name, it pushes boundaries and art forms like no other showcase in the city.
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The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival is a celebration of everything interdisciplinary, mashing forms like no other showcase in the city. From January 16 to February 5, the fest will serve up a multidisciplinary feast of shows from here and around the world that boldly blur the lines between performance art, theatre, music, dance, film, spoken-word poetry, and visual art.
This year’s lineup includes works from England, Canada, Korea, Belgium, Italy, and South Africa. Aside from its mainstage programming, the event spans Club PuSh concerts and other performances at the Fox Cabaret, as well as the PuSh Film Series and the arts-industry-oriented PuSh Assembly.
Go here to see the full program schedule for all of 2017's PuSh International Performing Arts Festival shows.
More of a theatrical movement than a performance, ZeeZee Productions' Human Library—returning to PuSh for its fifth year—allows visitors to VPL's Central Branch an opportunity to 'borrow' a human book for 20 minutes.