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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HIDDEN: A Site Specific Horror Adventure

HIDDEN: A Site Specific Horror Adventure

Posted on Aug 27, 2016

ITSAZOO presents a bone-chilling site-specific horror event – HIDDEN. Blurring the lines between performance and reality, we will guide audiences of 13 people, armed only with flashlights, on the Lost Lovers Murder Tour – a frighteningly accurate re-enactment of the infamous and unsolved murders that occurred exactly 20-years ago, deep within the forest. Inspired by […]

ITSaGarageSale 2016!!!

ITSaGarageSale 2016!!!

Posted on Aug 16, 2016

ITSaGarage Sale is back! Join us Saturday, August 20th from 10-4pm at 410 W12th Ave. Pop over, say “Hi”, peruse our wears, and have beer. We have clothes, toys, books, housewares, electronics, costumes and so much more for sale. ITSaGarageSale: because our crap could be your crap!

Hidden Audition Notice

Hidden Audition Notice

Posted on Jul 27, 2016

This month we’re holding auditions for our fall production of Hidden by Sebastien Archibald. This show is co-directed by ITSAZOO Co-Artistic Producers Chelsea Haberlin and Sebastien Archibald. Hidden is a site-specific, promenade Halloween horror show taking place in the UBC Botanical Gardens. The actors will be required to be outside for the duration of rehearsals and […]

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