Call for Artists: Now Accepting Hydra Festival Submissions
The Hydra Performing Arts Festival is a festival for theatre, dance, and music in Kamloops, BC presented by Chimera Theatre.
Submissions are now open for our third year, and we are looking for exciting new works by Kamloops artists with a focus on interdisciplinary art and challenging theatrical form. All comedies, dramas, burlesque, puppetry, and shows ranging from all ages to adults only, are encouraged to submit to the Hydra Festival!
We are beyond excited to bring more wonderful shows that feature all of the amazing talent that Kamloops has to offer. Keep checking back for new updates as we continue our plans for this year’s festival.
The Hydra Festival is a recurring curated festival produced in Kamloops, BC in May 2021. Our mission statement is “to host a performing arts festival in Kamloops featuring local, innovative new works of performing arts with a focus on reaching broader and more diverse artists and audiences.”
Tell your friends!
The Hydra Festival is the perfect place for new, risky and fun works.
- No Submission Fee
- Profit Sharing
- Technicians Supplied
- Covid Safe Live and Online Performances
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