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The Magic Hour: An Immersive Theatrical Experience

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The Magic Hour is an immersive, walk-through, theatrical experience; a light-charged story of finding beauty in small moments.

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Electric Company Theatre, Innovation Lighting and Presentation House Theatre present

The Magic Hour

An Immersive Theatrical Experience

Created by Kim Collier

Written by Kendra Fanconi

Created with LJ Chinfen, Mark Eugster, Joel Grinke, Alessandro Juliani, Bryan Kenney, Brad Trenaman, Jonathan Wells.

Featuring Maiko Yamamoto


The Magic Hour is an immersive, walk-through, theatrical experience; a light-charged story of finding beauty in small moments and possibility within domestic isolation.

Guided by rich audio, video, lighting and stagecraft, The Magic Hour invites audiences on an individual, room-by-room exploration of familiar, yet transformed spaces, blending art, design, music and text in a multi-layer mixed-media feast for the senses.

The destination of this curious and magical journey is a reflection on an unprecedented year – and a step forward into a brave new world.

August 3rd - 22nd at Presentation House Theatre - 333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver

Magic Hour Box Office Information

Please note: Magic Hour Box Office is administered by Presentation House Theatre in conjunction with Electric Company Theatre.

For any ticket related inquiries contact Box Office at 604-990-3474 or boxoffice@phtheatre.org

Show Times (Entry slots every 3.5 minutes):

Tuesday to Friday - 3:30pm to 8:30pm (last entry)

Saturday and Sunday - 12:00pm to 9:30pm (last entry)

Please arrive to your slot at least 15 minutes early.

Ticket Pricing: $27 Solo / $44 Tandem (plus service and processing fees)

*Tandem tickets are for two individuals. The experience is designed as a solo experience, and some aspects of the experience may be diminished or not possible during a Tandem walk-through.

Ticket price a barrier? Email sindy@electriccompanytheatre.com

Admission to The Magic Hour is by timed-entry, and must be booked in advance online or by phone at (604) 990-3474 during regular box office hours - Tuesday through Thursday, 10:00am – 4:00pm

  • Walk-up tickets on site may not be available, booking online or by phone in advance is strongly recommended.
  • The Magic Hour starts on time and latecomers may need to wait until another available time slot to enter the experience. Please arrive to your slot at least 10 minutes early.
  • Photography and capturing of video during the experience is discouraged.
  • Please choose your date and time carefully.
  • Change of date or time requests are subject to availability and may incur an additional change fee.
  • Tickets are non-refundable

Electric Company Theatre is a non-profit charitable organization that relies on ticket sales and donations to produce our work. As such, refunds and exchanges are not available, however we can convert your purchase into a donation (less eventbrite fees and charges), and provide a charitable tax receipt upon request. To make this request email info@electriccompanytheatre.com with your ticket order number, first and last name and we will be in touch.

Audience Advisory: Haze and flashing lighting & Loud sounds and music. Some mature language and themes about Covid and loss.

Accessibility Note: The Magic Hour is a walk-through event that includes three short flights of stairs. As such, it may not be accessible to individuals who use mobility devices. Audio and recorded spoken word feature heavily in the show and are not captioned within the experience. Visual elements are often not described. To discuss opportunities for access to the content, please contact sindy@electriccompanytheatre.com

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Electric Company Theatre’s mission is to create and produce ambitious and exceptional theatre in Vancouver, tour beyond our city, foster diverse voices and leadership in our midst, provide a vehicle for artists, audiences and ideas to intersect, and follow the artistic impulses of our Core Artists and collaborators.

We strive for authenticity in our work, seeking to inspire audiences with a renewed sense of possibility, defying and expanding the definition of what live theatre can be. We value equitable, highly collaborative environments for artists, difference, experimentation, risk, and the pursuit of excellence. We traverse artistic disciplines, challenge theatrical conventions and explore universal themes and new ideas relevant to our artists, community and larger society. In our programming we endeavour to support new and emerging artists through collaboration, employment, mentorship and partnership, and provide educational opportunities for artists and the public related to our artistic work. We appreciate the value of reflecting our community in multi-dimensional ways, and the impact that can have on the relevancy of our work.

Electric Company Theatre is a co-founder and resident company of Progress Lab 1422, a creation studio in East Vancouver.

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