Category Archives: Theatre

Studio 58: As You Like It

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Take a theatrical trip to the Forest of Arden, where love and music reign, in William Shakespeare’s As You Like It. This is a refugee story — a tale of people fleeing tyranny for the uncertain sanctuary of the unpopulated natural … Continue reading

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Touchstone Theatre: Happy Place

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Roy Surette, most recently artistic director of Centaur Theatre in Montreal, returns to Vancouver as Artistic Director of Touchstone Theatre. Under his incredible guiding hand, the first  production of the 2017-2018 season is Pamela Mala Sinha’s exploration of “Happy Place” … Continue reading

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Western Gold Theatre “Homeward Bound”

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Join the Beacham family for Sunday dinner. Revel in their word games and quick wit. Laugh at their foibles. But all is not as it seems as their lives unravel in front of us. We meet the parents, two adult … Continue reading

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Urban Ink: Freedom Singer

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Created and produced by Project: Humanity, Freedom Singer is a new documentary theatre piece co-created by Khari Wendell McClelland and Project: Humanity’s Andrew Kushnir with CBC journalist Jodie Martinson. It was inspired by the journey of singer-songwriter McClelland in retracing his great-grandmother’s steps to … Continue reading

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Angels in America: Perestroika is a masterpiece

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Angels in America: Perestroika (A Gay Fantasia on National Themes) is a mammoth play, not only in length but also in the breadth of its subjects. It starts with an old Russian revolutionary, (Gabrielle Rose) — who apparently is the … Continue reading

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Fringe Festival: Fifty Shades of Dave

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Mix The Vinyl Cafe with Fifty Shades of Gray and what do you get?  One of the most surprising shows at this year’s Fringe. For Vinyl Cafe purists, like this reviewer, I was almost prepared to be offended.  After all, … Continue reading

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Pacific Theatre: The Christians by Lucas Hnath

Pacific Theatre begins its 2017-2018 season with Lucas Hnath’s immersive, complex exploration of a crisis of faith. How do we maintain dialogue when we stand on opposite sides of a controversial void? What happens when a pastor gets up in … Continue reading

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Arts Club Theatre: Angels in America – Perestroika

Witness the soaring conclusion to the acclaimed play that asks us what we do for those we love. Perestroika is a revolution against the politics and prejudice in the 1980s as the AIDS epidemic rages on, and the characters wrestle … Continue reading

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