General information:

Real-time captioning is provided for all artist talks and workshops. Streaming-on-demand online shows are closed captioned.

In Conversation with Makambe K. Simamba: Solo Show Creation is also ASL interpreted.


In Conversation with Makambe K. Simamba: Solo Show Creation

April 20 5:30pm

Facebook Live

ASL interpretation & real-time captioning (CART) provided.

Artist Workshop: Introduction to livestreaming and taking your show online with Pedro Siqueira

April 22 7:30pm

Zoom – free registration here

Real-time captioning (CART) provided.

Looking for Tiger Lily

Streaming on demand May 4-9

Video is closed captioned.

Tickets are $10. Free tickets are available to anyone who identifies as part of the Deaf or disability community. Email to receive the promo code. Book tickets here.

A recording of a stage performance with a live audience that includes spoken storytelling, music, and video projections, with a mix of important visual and audio elements.

In Conversation with Anthony Hudson

May 4 7:30pm

Facebook Live

Real-time captioning (CART) provided.

UNO Online After Dark

May 7 8:00pm J McLaughlin

May 8 8:00pm Lindsay Delaronde

Auto-generated captions provided. These captions are computer-generated and may contain errors, especially with names of people and places.


Streaming on demand May 18-24

Video is closed captioned.


A movement piece filmed outdoors that includes background audio of John Trudell’s spoken word and Alanis Obomsawin’s Theo (Part 1), with one short rap spoken by the performer in the middle of the piece. Important elements are mostly visual.


If you have questions or feedback, please contact associate producer Holly Lam at or 250 383 2663. We are happy to receive feedback as we continue to build accessibility and inclusion into our programming.

Captioning and interpreting services are provided with support from an Accessibility Project Grant through Disability Alliance BC.

Disability Alliance BC logo of the letters DABC in blue.

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Intrepid Theatre respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the traditional and unceded territories,
of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.