[Phoenix-eNews] BackstagePASS: September 2023

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September 2023

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As the sun sets on summer and a crispness fills the air, a familiar buzz of energy returns. It's that time of year again when the campus comes alive with the infectious enthusiasm of its students. Whether they're starting a new adventure or reaching the final stretch of their UVic journey, there's a certain magic in the air when students step back onto campus grounds.

On-stage at the Phoenix Theatre

Get ready to applaud the return of our talented theatre students as they transform stories into vibrant stage experiences. Our upcoming season promises a captivating blend of timeless classics, a toe-tapping tribute to Broadway show tunes and a Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) production from Staging Equality.

New Production Added

A Staging Equality double bill
October 12-21

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The [Staging Equality](https://www.uvic.ca/news/topics/2021+staging-equality+news) team who brought you Journey to Mapu (2021), Kamloopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story (2021), Im:print (2022) and It's Just Black Hair (2023) is back with more performances for, with, and about Indigenous, Black, and people of colour.

This added show premieres two original performances inspired by children's storybooks. Using movement and imagery to tell the stories, local IBPoC artists collaborate with UVic students, the Staging Equality faculty and community partners to bring you these thought-provoking tales.

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The Woman Who Outshone the Sun
By Rosalma Zubizarreta, Harriet Rohmer, David Schecter
Based on a poem by Alejandro Cruz Martinez

The Woman Who Outshone the Sun is a Latin American folk tale. It tells the story of a mysterious and radiant woman arriving in a small village. Themes of judgement, discrimination and the true meaning of forgiveness are woven against the backdrop of nature, land and the precarity of these natural gifts.

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Shi-shi-etko
By Nicola Campbell

Shi-shi-etko is a heartfelt children's story that traces the journey of a young Indigenous girl as she prepares to leave her family and attend residential school. It examines culture, family and the teachings of the Indigenous ways of knowing and being as seen through the eyes of a little girl. https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/2023-2024-mainstage-season/shi-shi-etko-the-woman-who-outshone-the-sun/

[More information on the SETYA production](https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/2023-2024-mainstage-season/shi-shi-etko-the-woman-who-outshone-the-sun/)

Add the Staging Equality Theatre for Young Audiences (SETYA) show to your subscription package. Additional Saturday evening performances added for 100 Years of Broadway and Hot l Baltimore.

[Earnest-1280-square](https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/2023-2024-mainstage-season/the-importance-of-being-earnest/)

[100-Years-square](https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/2023-2024-mainstage-season/100-years-of-broadway/)

[Hot L Baltimore e-news 600X600](https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/2023-2024-mainstage-season/the-hot-l-baltimore/)

November 9-25, 2023
Oscar Wilde's renowned masterpiece.

February 15-24, 2024
A century of musical theatre magic.

March 14-23, 2024
Lanford Wilson's award-winning comedy.

Any 3 shows $48 | Choose all 4 shows $64Flexible dates. Free exchanges. Choice Seating. And more!

Contact the box office for complete details.

250-721-8000

[More Info](https://finearts.uvic.ca/theatre/mainstage/)

This Fall at UVic's School of Music

See their [calendar of events](https://finearts.uvic.ca/music/calendar/events/) for full details.

[UVic Music highlights Fall 2023](https://finearts.uvic.ca/music/calendar/events/ )

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