Prior registration required: please email us at 
All our classes are ASL interpreted. 


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Choral Classes



led by Cheryl Olvera

April 5 - May 31, 2022

Every Tuesday

6:00 - 8:00pm


This term's choral class, taught by choir director Cheryl Overa, will focus on connection, community, and self-expression! Every participant is an integral part of this group, so no matter your musical experience, you are welcome. We will be learning some new arrangements for familiar songs, ASL interpretations, as well as writing some of our own songs! 

Please let us know if you need assistance accessing Zoom.
A link to the classroom meeting will be sent upon registration.

The classes are FREE but you are welcome to donate if you would like to support the continuity of these classes. Donations can be made to Theatre Terrific on Canada Helps here. Or by cheque to: Theatre Terrific, Suite #430 – 111 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC V6B 1H4

Large Theatre


Theatre Creation


Location: Christine Sinclair Community Centre, 3713 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5B 3B8, Canada

Led by Angelo Moroni and Laen Hershler

April 7 - June 2, 2022

Every Thursday

6:00 - 8:00pm


We are excited to finally gather with you safely again in person.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet like-minded folks who are into theatre and performing arts. 

In this class, you will learn:

* How to create respectful collaborations.
* Musical movement and interpretation.
* Developing ensemble.
* collaborative composition

Native Drums


Drum Classes with Latash

Location: Christine Sinclair Community Centre, 3713 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5B 3B8, Canada

Led by Latash Maurice Nahaneee.

June 4 - July 30, 2022 (9 classes)

Every Saturday

1:30 - 2:30pm

$25 per class.

Only 16 spots are available 

If you would like to attend the classes and are facing a financial barrier, please email

In this class, you will learn:

Traditional drumming and Squamish songs shared by Latash Maurice Nahanee, as well as incorporate movement through drum drills.

A photo of the drum instructor, Latash, a male elder wearing a traditional Squamish regalia

Latash - Maurice Nahanee is a member of the Squamish Nation and lives in North Vancouver, BC. Latash has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University and an Associate degree in Arts and Science from Capilano College.

As a lifelong learner and practitioner of Squamish culture, he is proud to share his culture locally and internationally. His cultural teachings came from the example of his parents and community elders.

As a traditional artist Latash enjoys wood sculpture, painting, glass etching, performing traditional music and storytelling.

Latash has travelled overseas to Asia and Europe as a cultural ambassador for the Squamish Nation. He travelled abroad to share traditional songs and dances at cultural festivals. Latash also continues to perform with the Chinook SongCatchers. The core group is made up of his wife and daughters. They have been performing together for 18 years.

Maurice Nahanee's Squamish ancestral name is Latash. Thirty years ago, the Nisga’a Killer Whale tribe in Gitwinksilkw in the Nass Valley adopted him and gave him the honourary name Gilx Buwx. Leiloa Baker gave him the Hawaiian name Kaipo. She is a Hawaiian from Hawaii and is married to Chief Lance Baker. Latash also has Hawaiian ancestry and descends from King Kamehameha’s family.

Photos from our recent workshops:

Presence in Relationship: Acting Workshop

Choral Class

Dangerous Curves Burlesque (in partnership with Virago Nation and the Talking Stick Festival)

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