Fall Away Home celebrates Vancouver’s urban oasis


To celebrate Stanley Park's 125th anniversary, Boca del Lupo presents a modern fairy tale inside the park.

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Stanley Park, Vancouver’s urban oasis, turns 125 years old this year.  To help celebrate, Boca del Lupo and the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts presents Fall Away Home, a modern fairy tale about a young girl who, in an effort to help others, falls down a hole and finds herself falling all the way through the planet.

A mash-up of live action, animation, and audience participation, this unique production incorporates Boca del Lupo’s signature use of technology, acrobatics, and theatre craft to create a show that is as much an experience as it is a performance.

Fall Away Home plays at the Stanley Park Service Yard Parking Lot August 24, 25, 29, 31, and September 1 (Previews on Aug 21, 22, and 23).  All performances are free with mandatory ticket reservation.  Visit http://bocadellupo.com for more information and to reserve your tickets.

Culture Vulture David C Jones speaks with Jay Dodge, one of the founders of Boca del Lupo and the co-creator of Fall Away Home.

David C JonesDavid C. Jones is an arts lover and a critical thinker. He makes films, directs plays, teaches, is a professional emcee and writes for the OUTtv website and The Charlebois Post.

Follow David on Twitter or visit him online at DavidCJones.ca.

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