2019 Pivot Festival Package

2019 Pivot Festival Package

70.00

Save with a pass to each of this year’s Pivot Festival’s three performances!

Passes available until December 21 or until sold out

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Trader Time - 8pm January 10th at the Yukon Arts Centre Main Stage


Yukon’s Ivan Coyote and Sarah MacDougall return to Whitehorse with their hit show, this time with a band. Trader Time blends story, songs and visuals to create a haunting and sometimes hilarious series of interconnected stories, that meander through small-town big-family politics, growing up queer in a cold, cold place, the life and deaths of two very different matriarchs, and some of the secrets buried in the permafrost.

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The Sufferettes - 8pm Thursday Jan. 17 at the Old Fire Hall

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8pm Friday Jan. 18 at the Old Fire Hall

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8pm Saturday Jan. 19 at the Old Fire Hall


The Sufferettes are a Toronto-based, award-winning comedy troupe of Becky Johnson and Kayla Lorette. The duo’s performance goes beyond the ordinary for a great experience and many laughs. They’ve brought their intelligent and quirky improv to audiences around the world, including London, Edmonton, Rochester, Toronto, Sarnen (Switzerland), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Frankfurt, Marburg, Bochum, Berlin, and Karlsruhe.

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L’Homme de Hus - 7pm Friday Jan. 25 at the Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage

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4pm Saturday Jan. 26 at the Yukon Arts Centre Mainstage


Camille Boitel and Company Immédiat will return to Whitehorse and the Pivot Festival this winter on their L’Homme De Hus North American tour. The one-hour, one-man show follows a philosopher clown as he moves through a world of pitfalls, dealing with unpredictable consequences he can’t escape. The show echoes the unique world Boitel brought to Whitehorse audiences on his first Canadian tour with his show L’Immediat in 2016.

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