Mountain World Heritage Interpretive Theatre is a group of professional actors employed by Parks Canada. This group writes, produces, and performs interpretive theatre that tells the stories of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site in an interactive, entertaining way.
To celebrate 125 years of National Parks in Canada, the group is bringing the free show IMAGINaNATION to the Vancouver Public Library on November 17th. Mountain WIT will animate this family-friendly journey through the mosaic of our country’s most treasured places. If you’ve ever wondered how to say “Quttinirpaaq” this is the show for you! Full of colourful characters, music and laughs, IMAGINaNATION is a treat for all ages.
Three opportunities to see the 40 minute show:
Wednesday, November 17th, 7 pm
Vancouver Public Library, Alice MacKay Room
350 West Georgia St., Vancouver, BC
Friday, November 19th, 7pm
South Surrey Recreation Centre
14601-20th Avenue, Surrey BC
Saturday, November 20th, 10am
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
13458 – 107A Avenue, Surrey BC