The Caravan Stage Society's 90-foot tall ship, the Amara Zee, will be docked in False Creek this summer to present their all-ages show Nomadic Tempest. Tickets will be free as part of Vancouver's Canada 150+ celebrations. Performed by four talented aerial artists dangling from the rigging, Nomadic Tempest is the mythical story of a band of monarch butterflies forced to migrate due to climate-change. Kanandra, the narrator/singer, can foresee the future, but is cursed by the SwallowWarts, the evil oil industry, and that no one believes her prophecies. The free 1-hour and 15 minute show starts at 9:45 pm (darkness is required for the lighting and special effects). Tickets are free although general admission seating is limited.
Tall ship acrobatics comes to Vancouver's False Creek August 18 - September 3
June 5, 2017 by Amber Sessions, Communications Manager