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.”


- Marsha Lederman, The Globe and Mail

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Announcing Our 2016/17 Season!!!

Announcing Our 2016/17 Season!!!

Posted on Apr 27, 2016

ITSAZOO is excited to present our 2016/17 Season! Featuring two dynamic, provocative experiences that will completely immerse you…whether you like it or not. HIDDEN By Sebastien Archibald Co-Directed by Chelsea Haberlin and Sebastien Archibald October 26th – November 13th, 2016 UBC Botanical Gardens Ever wanted to experience the thrill of a horror film in real […]

WET: A Staged Reading

WET: A Staged Reading

Posted on Mar 18, 2016

ITSAZOO is proud to present a staged reading of David James Brock’s provocative, award winning drama, WET. Presented by the rEvolver Theatre Festival, this is a fantastic opportunity to see a work in progress and participate in a post reading discussion to help us further develop this intense, riveting new play. WET tells the story […]

The Funnest as F*ckest NYE Party!!!

The Funnest as F*ckest NYE Party!!!

Posted on Dec 21, 2015

Join ITSAZOO as well as  our friends at Delinquent Theatre and Hardline Productions as we ring in 2016 with the third annual Fun as F*ck NYE Party – the Funnest as F*ckest Party in town! As per usual, there will be phat beats (courtesy of the extraordinary DJ Johny Stone), deadly feature cocktails, yummy treats, […]

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