May 15 - May 27, 2017

The Archive of Missing Things - May 15, 7pm [PREVIEW]

Mon, May 15 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 16, 7pm [OPENING]

Tue, May 16 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 17, 7pm

Wed, May 17 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 18, 7pm

Thu, May 18 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 20, 11am

Sat, May 20 at 11am

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 20, 3pm

Sat, May 20 at 3pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 21, 11am

Sun, May 21 at 11am

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 21, 3pm

Sun, May 21 at 3pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 23, 7pm

Tue, May 23 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 24, 7pm

Wed, May 24 at 7pm

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The Archive of Missing Things - May 25, 7pm

Thu, May 25 at 7pm

Regular
$25.00
$31.97 with fees and taxes
Online ticket sales have ended, but tickets may still be available at the door.
Student/Senior/Artist/Underwaged
$20.00
$25.86 with fees and taxes
Online ticket sales have ended, but tickets may still be available at the door.

The Archive of Missing Things - May 27, 11am

Sat, May 27 at 11am

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$25.00
$31.97 with fees and taxes
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The Archive of Missing Things - May 27, 3pm

Sat, May 27 at 3pm

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The Archive of Missing Things is theatre unlike anything you have ever seen. At a table in a library, with a wireless headset and an iPad, you get to be a sleuth in an online mystery. You choose your own path, and clues are everywhere – in the library all around you and in the live conversations you overhear in your headset. You have 90 minutes to solve the puzzle. Can you do it? The Archive of Missing Things was created with Trillium-Award-winning writer Kate Cayley, award-winning sound designer Brian Riley, and computer programmer Ned Zimmerman.

The Archive of Missing Things has been created in partnership with Dalhousie Libraries

“Quiet, small and beautiful performances from the Zuppa trailblazers. By the end I was openly weeping.”

– Michael Lake, The Coast, Best of Stage 2016, on Zuppa’s How Small, How Far Away.

“It’s glorious […] a transformative night at the theatre” 

Meghan Hubley, The Globe and Mail, on Zuppa’s Pop-Up Love Party.

Pop-Up Love Party was an undoubted festival highlight for us in 2015. I've seen it three times and would happily see it many, many more.”

– Matthew Austin, Mayfest, Bristol, U.K.

Killam Library

6225 University Ave
Halifax, NS B3H 4H8