Monday Magazine: Classic tale of intolerance and morality updated

Monday Magazine previews the College’s production of The Crucible.
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Victoria News: Love and humour shine during a time of death in Unity

Victoria News previews the College’s production of Unity (1918).
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Showtunes, College talent highlighted in partnership with Veneto Bar Ristorante

“It’s a unique musical theatre experience for both the performer and audience as there’s no fourth wall, and everyone is connected and engaged with each other.”
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Backstage: Love, Honour, and Bravery

Studio Ensemble member Alissa Grams reflects on the College's traditional Concert of Remembrance, and Canadian theatre's tradition of celebrating our identity, history, and honouring those that came before.
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Studio Ensemble sheds new light on the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic

Unity (1918) seeks to present thrilling and comedic storytelling to audiences through a profound and contagious script.
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Oak Bay News: Students draw from letters of a Canadian soldier

The Oak Bay News covers the College’s second annual Concert of Remembrance at the Dave Dunnet Theatre.
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College upholds Remembrance Day tradition with public performance

The Canadian College of Performing Arts is proud to once again partner with the District of Oak Bay and the Band of the 5th (British Columbia) Field Regiment for a public Concert of Remembrance.
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CHEKtv: Students bring the world’s oldest comedy into the 21st century

A preview of the Studio Ensemble’s production of The Birds by CHEKtv’s SoundCHEK.
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Studio Ensemble illuminates environmental issues, Indigenous-settler relations

‘Company C’ Studio Ensemble is launching its 2019-20 season on Oct. 17 with a production of Yvette Nolan’s The Birds.
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Notice to Members – CHAS Annual General Meeting

The Canadian Heritage Arts Society will hold its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, October 22.
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Under Milk Wood, 2017 | director Alison Greene | photo credit Peter Pokorny