The God that Comes tells the story of the Greco-Roman god of wine Bacchus (or Dionysus) and uses Euripides’ The Bacchae as a primary source. In a world ruled by greed and an oppressive king obsessed with rules and order, the lesser classes have taken to the countryside in a hedonistic spiritual revolution fuelled by wine, ritual madness, and ecstasy.

This solo performance by Juno-winning rocker Hawksley Workman fuses the chaotic revelry of a rock concert with the intimacy of theatrical storytelling. It is a tonic for a society that has lost its sense of balance, and for a people that have lost touch with their animal instincts. It is an invitation to raise a glass together, hear a story, and get lost in music for a few hours.

CBC Interview

*This performance contains course language, sexuality and mature content

Pre-Show Wine Tasting

Come at 7PM for music in the lobby with Ryan McNally and to help choose our wine for the 2013-14 Season with a pre-show wine tasting! Tickets are available online or at the YAC Box Office.

We don't want to leave out the designated drivers - so we'll have free sparkling juice available as well!

Get Your Cabaret Tables - A Special Event Fundraiser!

Enjoy a unique opportunity to wine and nosh during The God That Comes while helping to raise funds for YAC’s new sound system!  A limited number of front row cabaret tables for four with wine and nibbles are available for purchase at each performance.  The cabaret package includes 4 tickets to the performance, a bottle of wine sponsored by Alkan Air and Kobayashi & Zedda, a fruit & cheese platter and 4 tickets to the pre-show wine tasting - all for $400 per table.  All proceeds benefit the Yukon Arts Foundation’s Sound Bites campaign to replace the YAC theatre’s antiquated sound system.

Only 6 tables per show - call or visit the YAC Box Office (867-667-8574) today to reserve your table!

 

 

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