Upintheair continues to develop a new creation project. Shrouded in mystery, all that is currently known is that the piece will mark the first creation-collaboration we have undertaken with talismanic playwright Jason Rothery and our first coproduction with The Only Animal.

Keep your eyes on this space for more information coming Fall 2014.


rEvolver 2015     the changing stage

Upintheair Theatre is now accepting applications for the 2015 rEvolver Theatre Festival.  The 2015 Festival will be presented at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre (The Cultch) May 20th- 31st , 2015.

Download the submission guidelines and application form.




Inside the Seed - a new play by Jason Rothery, directed by Richard Wolfe. Presented by The Cultch as part of their 2013/14 season.

We are delighted to announce that Inside The Seed was nominated for 5 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (Small Theatre Category) including Outstanding Production, Direction, Ensemble Performance, Set Design, and Best New Play, and went on to win for Direction and Best New Play!!

Upintheair is a populist theatre company which creates, presents, and produces theatrical events exploring the possibilities of collaboration, story, and inspiration. Narrative is very important to us.

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Submissions now being accepted for the 2015 rEvolver Festival

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Inside the Seed wins two Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards!

We are delighted to announce that our 2013 production has garnered two wins at the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards. Director Richard Wolfe collected one for Outstanding Direction (Small Theatre), and playwright Jason Patrick Rothery won for Best New Play. See all the award winners here.

WATCH: Artistis Producers Daniel Martin and David Mott talk to Riel Hahn about programming the rEvolver Festival:

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Five Jessie Nominations for Inside the Seed

Our October 2013 production of Inside the Seed at The Cultch has earned Jessie nominations for Outstanding Production, Direction, Ensemble Performance, Set Design, and Best New Play in the Small Theatre category.

The reviews are in for How Should You Be at rEvolver:

"A single hour bursting at the seams with creative vitality, How Should You Be? is as varied and dynamic as life itself." - Kathleen Oliver, The Georgia Straight

"These young actors are as much fun to watch as a basketful of puppies." - Jo Ledingham, The Vancouver Courier