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#22 - PoMo Museum

The Port Moody Station Museum is a local institution that celebrates the rich history and cultural diversity of the vital community of Port Moody, BC. It is owned and operated by the Port Moody Heritage Society and is part of their effort to build community and promote increased awareness and knowledge of Port Moody’s unique heritage and history. 
 
The museum offers a wide variety of educational opportunities and programming that can be booked by calling 604-939-1648.

Address: 2734 Murray Street, Port Moody 

Website: https://www.pomo.museum/

Instagram: @pomomuseum

Facebook: @Portmoodyheritagesociety

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The Improv Ambassadors

Medium: Performance

We are the Pomo Art Shuffle Improv Ambassadors. 

This June 14th, we’re are taking over the Venosta Train at the Pomo Museum to bring you hilarious and original Improv Entertainment.

Plucked out of improv teams from all over the lower mainland. We want you to love improv as much as we do. This will be your opportunity to see live improv, meet our performers, and  join in real improv games during a free hands-on public workshop at 4pm at our venue.

We hope to see you on June 14th at the Pomo Museum Venosta!

Address: Address: 2734 Murray Street, Port Moody  

Featured Performers

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Tracey Schaeffer

Tracey Schaeffer has lived in POMO for 7 years. In 2022, she produced the Frantic Breeze Fast Film contest and screened the winners at the Shuffle last year. This year, Tracey is thrilled to participate as a performer at the Shuffle.

Tracey has written a number of personal essays for CBC and The Tri-cities News. She is working on a series of children’s short stories while raising her young family.

"As a member of the Improv Ambassadors, my goal is to bring the joy of live, spontaneous theatre to everyone.

Come out, see us and see us for a hilarious fun few minutes."

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Deb Sears

Deb Sears is an award-winning performer based in Vancouver, BC.  On-screen she appears on network TV, in films and web series.  As co-producer and actor she was pleased to represent SCATTERED at Telefilm Canada’s “Not Short on Talent” showcase at the Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner.  

 

Deb’s voice can be heard on various commercials and PSAs and she has served as the "voice of god" at the annual Leo Awards celebrating BC’s film & tv industry. For the Vancouver International Fringe Festival, she co-produced and performed in DYCK SPACEE: A Spy-Fi Improvised Radio Play and performed in the sketch-based comedy THOSE WHO CAN'T.  

 

Deb is currently a Mainstage Performer with the Langley, BC based Very Very Improv Theatre (veryveryimprov.ca) and she occasionally performs with Vancouver's Un-Named Sketch Show.

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Chilliwack Improv

Chilliwack Improv is an improv threatre that aims to build interest in improvised performance in the Fraser Valley. Dan Smiley is the Artistic Director and Scott McVetty is the Head of Operations. They are sponsored by CoWork Chilliwack, Photos By Nadya, and Voice Freq.

Chilliwack Improv's goal is to build interest in short, mid, and long-form comedy improv in the Fraser Valley through affordable workshops and shows. They also participate in charitable events that give back to Fraser Valley communities.

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