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 Connecting Place and People

Delta Stageworks Theatre Society brings together experienced theatre artists and community groups to present innovative new theatre projects for Delta audiences. Using the theatre art practices of collective creation, site-specific performance presentation as well as traditional forms of theatre, Delta Stageworks offers Delta theatre makers and audiences a dynamic new vision for theatre experiences in our community.

What’s Happening?

CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR CURRENT INITIATIVES!

THen and now: Pandemic Life Stories - Stream

The Delta Stageworks artist collective presented Then & Now, Pandemic Life Stories – a multimedia staged reading, at Genesis Theatre, Ladner, BC in November 2021.

The show features 10 community and professional theatre-makers and traces the ups and downs, the laughs and the lows of the lockdown life we’ve all been experiencing since March 2020. Audiences responded with enthusiasm and a big sense of shared identity with the stories we told.

Since January, we’re offering audiences this show as an online pay-for-view stream on Vimeo.  The streamed stage event features filmed inserts that gives audiences an enhanced visual experience. Check out some of our backstage videos and other show features here and plan your night of at-home theatre going!

Click here for more information about the show or the button below to watch! 

MY MOTHER'S STORY FOR DIVERSE VOICES WORKSHOP (PHASE 2) 

Delta Stageworks’ ‘My Mother’s Story for Diverse Voices Workshop’ series with Marilyn Norry (mymothersstory.org), continues in the spring of 2022 with workshops for Delta community members to write and share their mother’s unique life journey. We will also be holding a theatre-making workshop intensive, where, working with the Stageworks professional artist team, interested participants are introduced to the process of transforming written stories into theatrical experiences.

Stageworks invites you to write your mother’s unique story at whatever age you are. Community members who identify as BIPOC and/or culturally diverse are especially welcomed. Sharing stories across cultural experiences helps us all connect and find our common humanity. There is financial support for BIPOC participants available through our program sponsor, THIS Initiative (The Harmony Initiative Society).

Led by Marilyn Norry, Delta Stageworks associate artist and author of ‘Writing Womens History, Starting with Your Mother’, this personal narrative arts-based project is a transformative experience for participants. “In writing this story – and in sharing it with people from your community – you will discover things about yourself, your mother, and your family that will surprise and empower you,” says Marilyn. 

Interested? Want to find out more? Email us

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JUST HAPPENED! THE RESET –
A Community Arts Weekend Supporting Mental Health Wellness
WHAT IS IT?

THE RESET Weekend is all about making space in your life to recharge your resilience and creativity through the arts. It’s about making time to connect with your community and become reenergized through creative expression.

Over the weekend of June 17th and 18th, community arts organizers from Alongside You and Delta Stageworks have put together a series of workshops in visual arts, dance, music and theatre designed to support a mental health boost for everyone.

The pandemic has had its mental health stresses for everybody and what we know about staying resilient is that the arts are a great way to unwind from daily stress, get in touch with our creative self and connect with those around us.

THE RESET Weekend offers you all of this with fun, relaxing and low cost events and workshops now available for registration! 

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