This season, for the first time ever, United Players is offering our ticket holders the option to watch our live performances either in person or online! To learn more about how we’re helping to keep you safe and healthy during COVID-19, check out our safety plan below.
TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
$30.00 regular, $26.00 students (with valid card)/seniors (over 65)
$15.00 all admission
Student Rush Tickets
$10.00 for students with valid ID (for any performance during the first two weeks of the run, subject to availability)
$135.00 adult, $120.00 student/senior (valid for any performance date). Special offer: until September 9th, get one half-priced package for every two full-priced season packages you buy! (See the order form for full details.)
HOW TO PURCHASE
Order season packages here. Individual tickets for ‘A Hundred Words for Snow’ will be released on August 27th.
Purchase By Mail
Order season packages by sending a cheque to United Players, Jericho Arts Centre, 1675 Discovery St, Vancouver, BC, V6R 4K5.
Call: 604.224.8007 (ext. 02) – for ticket holders only.
Student Rush Tickets are available in-person on a first-come, first-serve basis. They will be released 15 minutes before the start of each show (7:45 pm evenings, 1:45 pm matinees).
OUR COVID-19 POLICY: Our in-depth COVID-19 safety plan has been approved, so you’ll find a few changes the next time you visit! We’ve implemented rigorous measures such as frequent sanitizing, one-way flow around the theatre, masks for all our staff members, no concession, physically distanced seating, and the option to watch live shows online from the comfort of your home.
Everyone has a part to play in keeping our community healthy. In order to safely enjoy great theatre, we’re asking all our patrons:
• If you’re experiencing any symptoms of illness, however mild, or if you’re required to self-isolate – stay home! With a ticket, you can watch the show online instead
• Please clean your hands at the sanitizing station at the theatre entrance upon arrival
• Please maintain social distancing at all times, and follow the one-way traffic flow (with patron’s exit by the stage door)
• After checking in at the box office, please go straight to your seat and do not wait in the lobby. Note that season tickets can be picked up at the concession counter, and if you’re buying your ticket at the box office, we will need to record your name and phone number
• Please note that in order to maintain physical distancing, we are limiting the number of people in the washrooms at one time
Because of physical distancing, seat numbers are greatly reduced, so you’ll need to book early if you want to attend a performance in-person. Season ticket holders will be allowed to reserve their seats first. Again, we’ll also be offering the choice of watching the show online from home – but only if you have a ticket and reservation!
A HUNDRED WORDS FOR SNOW
By Tatty Hennessy (Canadian Premiere – our 250th production!)
Directed by Tamara McCarthy
When Rory’s father dies, she decides to undertake the journey to the North Pole that he always dreamed of taking himself. Drawing on the explorers of the past, Rory undertakes the journey of a lifetime. This one-woman play explores global warming, growing up, and what it means to venture into the snow.
Because of physical distancing, please note that seat numbers will be reduced. Priority will be given to season ticket holders; individual tickets will be released on August 27th.
Dates: September 11 – October 4, 2020
Preview: September 10 ($15.00)
Opening: September 11
Talkback: September 17
Matinées: All Sundays (September 13, 20, 27, October 4)
THE RED PRIEST (EIGHT WAYS TO SAY GOODBYE)
By Mieko Ouchi
Directed by Keltie Forsythe
In 1740, Antonio Vivaldi is commissioned to teach a woman to play violin before the King of France…in six weeks’ time. Is such a performance possible? And why would either agree to this? In this lush and resonant play by Canadian Mieko Ouchi, the challenges of teaching and the beauty of music are laid bare.
Dates: November 13 – December 6, 2020
Preview: November 12 ($15.00)
Opening: November 13
Talkback: November 19
Matinées: All Sundays (November 15, 22, 29, December 6)
SHE SELLS SEA SHELLS
By Helen Eastman (North American Premiere)
Directed by Sarah Rodgers
When she was twelve, Mary Anning discovered the first ichthyosaur, and she became an important, if forgotten, paleontologist. Known primarily from the children’s tongue-twister that she inspired, Anning’s life challenges us to see the beauty buried in the stones beneath our feet.
Dates: January 22 – February 14, 2021
Preview: January 21 ($15.00)
Opening: January 22
Talkback: January 28
Matinées: All Sundays (January 24, 31, February 7, 14)
By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Laura McLean
Henrietta Leavitt worked for the Harvard Observatory as a human computer in the early 1900s, in the course of which she discovered how to measure the distance between stars. Silent Sky explores the sacrifice and passion she brought to our understanding of the universe.
Dates: March 26 – April 18, 2021
Preview: March 25 ($15.00)
Opening: March 26
Talkback: April 1
Matinées: All Sundays (March 28, April 4, 11, 18)
THE HERE AND THIS AND NOW
By Glenn Waldron (North American Premiere)
Directed by Lauren Taylor
Four pharmaceutical reps work on their pitch for the miracle drug they are asked to sell. This play lays bare the ethics of marketing medications, where style and substance must compete with each other. Things take a darkly comic turn when it turns out the drug could have saved the world.
Dates: June 4 – 27, 2021
Preview: June 3 ($15.00)
Opening: June 4
Matinées: All Sundays (June 6, 13, 20, 27)