Digital Folk coming to Prince George

Award-winning Vancouver performance company, plastic orchid factory, takes its hybrid dance-music-art show Digital Folk on the road. Their first stop – Prince George on October 30.

Co-presented with Omineca Arts Centre and Excalibur Theatre Arts, Digital Folk is a video game + costume party + music and dance performance + installation featuring born and raised, local dance talent and co-founder of plastic orchid factory, Natalie LeFebvre Gnam, for her first-ever professional appearance in Prince George.

Interactive video-games like Just Dance! and Rock Band have changed how we gather to sing, dance and tell stories. Digital Folk explores this tech-induced phenomenon of playing alone, together. Join the award-winning cast in transforming the Omineca Arts Centre into a colourful and energetic environment that is part rumpus room from the 80s, part visual art installation, and part secrete chamber from Zelda.

Looping performances at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. At Omineca Arts Centre, 369 Victoria St. Space is limited. Book your tickets now and plan to stay for one, two, or all three rounds. ALL AGES WELCOME.