Yukon stories on stage and theatre performances, local music, dance and comedy.  Our stages include a multitude of local performers in each community. Additionally, Yukon curators will invite performers from outside the Territory to entertain our community, with an added benefit of developing local performers skills.

Yukon Arts Centre 2022 Live Shows

You can tell the Yukon Arts Centre loves you because on Valentine’s Day, it announced ticket sales for eight new live shows. Those shows, all taking place in March and April, will mark the first time YAC has been open for performances since pandemic measures forced a closure on Dec. 21. After the three-month hiatus, …

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Every January we’re Pivoting

Pivot Festival brings laughs sunshine, & much-needed break from the winter blues. 14th year of bringing the unexpected to Whitehorse.

The Resurrectionists

Larrikin Entertainment artistic executive producer Katherine McCallum is excited to be spearheading the dark comedy’s world premiere.

Theatre in the Bush 2021

Ramshackle Theatre in the Bush “I’m already out in the yard,” Fidler says. “I’ve got my chainsaw out and I’m clearing the paths.”

Dreary and Izzy at the Guild

This May, Whitehorse’s Guild Hall is presenting Dreary and Izzy, a play by Tara Beagan which centres on a pair of sisters who have lost their parents in a car accident.

How to pivot the Pivot Festival

As with every year, the 2021 Pivot Festival will bring Yukoners surprising work from both national and local performers. Due to COVID-19, the national talent – a comic duo called Folk Lordz – will participate online from wherever they are in Canada.

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