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  • Oleanna

    • Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 06:00 PM – February 15, 2015
    • The Guild Hall in Porter Creek, YT, Canada

    by David Mamet

    Directed by Sarah Rodgers

    Here The Guild heads into something truly meaty and truly now. A show that doesn’t flinch, Oleanna lays witness to the power struggle between a university professor and one of his female students. This will be a fantastic opportunity to watch two actors shine around the incredible dialogue that Mamet is famous for and ultimately leave the audience stunned and breathless.

  • Jazz in the Hall: Keitha Clark

    • Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 07:00 PM
    • Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse, YT, Canada

    Educational vignette with Steve Gedrose, 7 pm

    Featured act violinist Keitha Clark, 7:30 pm

    Jam: Jazz jam, 8:30 – 10:15 pm with Jazz drum kit, acoustic bass, microphone(s) and sound gear, acoustic piano and amps provided, along with rhythm section and if needed, gig books in C, Bb, Eb, bass clef and with words for vocalists.

  • Outerbridge - Clockwork Mysteries

    “Grand Masters of Illusion”

    Sponsored by Northern Vision Development

    Adults $33, Seniors $28, Students & Children $17, Teen Access Pass $10

    Ted Outerbridge has been hailed by critics as “the most successful professional magician in Canada” and “a champion of magic.” A professionally orchestrated theatrical production with over 20 custom-designed illusions and world-class lighting and set design, OUTERBRIDGE–Clockwork Mysteries is a high-energy magical adventure for both adult and family audiences.

  • Available Light Film Festival

    Canada’s largest film event north of 60 includes 30 screenings of Canadian and international cinema, a cabaret music series, media art exhibitions, guest filmmakers, ALFF Media Industry Forum (Feb. 9–12), and special events, including a performance by singer Tanya Tagaq with Robert Flaherty’s iconic film Nanook of the North. Past ALFF guest directors include Guy Maddin, John Walker, Zacharias Kunuk, Alanis Obomsawin, Ingrid Veninger, Vincent Morisset, Don McKellar, and Carl Bessai. Details at

  • Yukon Quest

    • Saturday, February 07, 2015 at 12:00 PM – February 23, 2015
    • Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse, YT, Canada

    Welcome the mushers as they start to arrive in Whitehorse between February 7th and 22nd. The race starts in Whitehorse and will finish in Fairbanks.

    Arrival times will depend on the conditions along the route and the progress of each musher!

  • Frostbite Music Festival

    The Frostbite Music Festival got its start in 1979 when some folks got the crazy idea of bringing musicians to the Yukon in the dead of winter.

    An intimate atmosphere and diverse array of local and national performers combine to make Frostbite the perfect place to connect with locals and experience northern hospitality at its best for three days of performances, sessions and workshops.

  • Kids Kreate: Art of Collaboration

    Please join us for our Art of Collaboration Kids Kreate. 

    Make art, have fun, and meet new friends at our monthly Kids Kreate art classes at the Yukon Arts Centre. Every Kids Kreate activity is specially tailored to respond to the materials and methods featured in our current exhibition.  This family friendly event runs one Sunday per month between September and April from 1pm-4pm unless otherwise noted. Dress for a mess. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is not required, and all materials are provided.

  • Kafka & Son

    • Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 07:30 PM – March 01, 2015
    • Old Fire Hall in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $22.00 CAD

    Theaturtle/Threshold Theatre

    Sponsored by Edgewater Hotel

    At the age of 36, Franz Kafka was still living at home, a petty bureaucrat, a failed artist, a timid Jewish son. Ruling and ruining his life was his overbearing father, Hermann. What to do? In this case, Kafka wrote a 50-page letter to his father in which he reveals deep connections between his life and his fiction. As he confesses in the letter, “All my writing was about you.” Adapted from this monumental (and undelivered) letter, Kafka and Son is a blistering, often hilarious, dissection of domestic authority and a revelatory visit with one of the architects of the modern psyche.

  • Classical Territory

    • Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 12:00 PM
    • Yukon College in Whitehorse, YT, Canada

    Local soloists and ensembles & The Whitehorse Community Orchestra

    The Yukon Registered Music Teachers Association (YRMTA) will co-present a variety of classical soloists and ensembles followed by a reunion of the Whitehorse Community Orchestra for a feature performance of Bizet’s Carmen Suites nos.1 & 2. After presenting Mussorgsky’s Pictures At An Exhibition last season, conductor Henry Klassen is excited to perform another important work for our Whitehorse audience. These performances will showcase many of the finest classical musicians in the Yukon and is not to be missed!

  • Blind Date

    • Wednesday, March 04, 2015 at 08:00 PM – March 08, 2015
    • Yukon Arts Centre in Whitehorse, YT, Canada
    • $28.00 CAD

    Special Performance

    Created by Rebecca Northan

    Sponsored by Ramada Whitehorse

    Adults $28, Seniors $23, Students $17, Teen Access Pass $10

    Special Preview: Wed., Mar. 4,8 p.m. (Two-for-One).

    Contains mature content. Come experience all the anticipation, excitement, and thrill of a first encounter in Blind Date—a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants fusion of clown, improvisation, theatre, and social experiment. In this spectacular show we meet Mimi, a Parisian temptress, who is stood up by her date. Always the optimist, Mimi selects one fortunate new date from the audience (a different one every night!) to take his place. Heartwarming hilarity ensues as Mimi and her man embark on a spontaneous 90-minute adventure. A brilliant companion piece to Museum of Broken Relationships and War In Peace in the Public Art Gallery.