Digital Happy Half-Hour

UNO Online
Digital Happy Half-Hour
Uno Fest
  • Dates: Apr 28, 2020 - May 9, 2020
  • Location:

Showtimes

Apr
30
Thursday
05:00 pm
Apr
28
Tuesday
05:00 pm
May
01
Friday
05:00 pm
May
03
Sunday
05:00 pm
May
05
Tuesday
05:00 pm
May
07
Thursday
05:00 pm
May
08
Friday
05:00 pm

Join UNO Fest artists and Intrepid Theatre artistic staff for Digital Happy Half-Hours throughout the festival. Tune in to our Facebook at 5pm for a Facebook Live on “Opening Nights” for a casual chat over a cocktail or mocktail as we all sit in our living rooms and take part in UNO Fest Online. The discussions will cover a myriad of topics with artists from across the country and no two Happy Hour conversations will be the same, so join us for one or many. If you can’t tune in at 5pm, the videos will be posted on our Facebook feed after.

Here’s an at-a-glance schedule! Don’t worry, you don’t need to watch the show before tuning in, we won’t give anything away.

April 28, 5pm – Welcome to UNO Fest Online with Heather & Sean. Watch the video HERE

April 30, 5pmJ McLaughlin from But Wait! There’s More! Watch the video HERE

May 1, 5pmIsaiah Bell & Sean Guist from The Book of My Shames, a co-presentation with Pacific Opera Victoria. Watch the video HERE 

May 3, 5pm – Lindsay Delaronde from Gemini. Watch the video HERE

May 5, 5pm – Sarah Waisvisz from Monstrous Watch the video HERE

May 7, 5pm – Kunji Mark Ikeda from Sansei: The Storyteller with Yukari Peerless from the Victoria Nikkei Cultural Society Watch the video HERE

May 8, 5pm – Tara Travis & Ryan Gladstone from Who Killed Gertude Crump? Watch the video HERE

 

 

Showtimes

Apr
30
Thursday
05:00 pm
Apr
28
Tuesday
05:00 pm
May
01
Friday
05:00 pm
May
03
Sunday
05:00 pm
May
05
Tuesday
05:00 pm
May
07
Thursday
05:00 pm
May
08
Friday
05:00 pm

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