ITSAZOO Productions creates immersive, dynamic theatre events for daring audiences. We support this with four core values: Immersion, Risk, Fun, and Community. Whether it’s a fly-on-the-wall, immersive experience or a participatory, site specific event, we can create theatre for anyone, anytime, anywhere. We don’t want our audience to just watch the story. We want our audience to experience the world of the story; to live through it.

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“There is hope in a company like ITSAZOO. A production like Killer Joe gives you reason to believe that, presented with the right stuff, younger people can be lured back to the theatre.”


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Talk Forward Speakers at the Firehall

Talk Forward Speakers at the Firehall

Posted on Jan 5, 2018

THE TALK FORWARD SERIES a curated discussion in conjunction with The Pipeline Project The second act of each performance is a Talk Forward – a facilitated discussion with a curated guest speaker. Each speaker has an expertise and/or lived experience relating directly to the themes explored in the play. There is a different speaker after […]

The Pipeline Project 2018 Tour

The Pipeline Project 2018 Tour

Posted on Jan 3, 2018

THE PIPELINE PROJECT By Sebastien Archibald, Kevin Loring and Quelemia Sparrow Co-Produced by Savage Society in association with Neworld Theatre Developed with assistance from PTC TOUR DATES: Vancouver – The Firehall Arts Centre, January 10th – 20th, 2018. Tickets available now! New Westminster – The Anvil Centre, January, 24th – 25th, 2018. Tickets available now! […]

Help us bring The Pipeline Project to Ottawa!

Help us bring The Pipeline Project to Ottawa!

Posted on Nov 18, 2017

ITSAZOO and Savage Society are elated to be remounting The Pipeline Project for a three-city tour in 2018! In January, The Pipeline Project will be presented in Vancouver for the first time as part of the Firehall’s 2017/18 Season (January 10th-20th). Next, we’ll hit up New Westminster with a run at the Anvil Centre (January 23rd-25th). […]

ITSAZOO Productions acknowledges the support of the Province of British Columbia