Arts Club Theatre: Top Dog/Underdog

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A MODERN FABLE OF BATTLING BROTHERS African-American brothers Lincoln and Booth—birth names given as a joke that sets up an intense rivalry—share a seedy, one-room apartment and are looking for easy money in cards. Things are tight and only get … Continue reading

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Firehall Arts Centre: Patricia Cornelius’ “Shit”

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As its title suggests SHIT is an uncompromising piece although, like much of Patricia’s work, unexpectedly funny as well. We meet three women with androgynous names (Bobby, Sam and Billy) and Cornelius’ intriguing ‘instructions’ to the actors are a clue as to … Continue reading

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First Impressions Theatre: An intimate evening with Jim Byrnes and special guests Mainstreet Muze

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A Special Fundraising Concert for First Impressions Theatre Jim Byrnes returns to the Deep Cove Shaw Theatre with Special Guests Mainstreet Muze (Feat. Babe Gurr). Back by popular demand since their sold-out concerts in 2017 (and 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, … Continue reading

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Rogue Folk Club: Paul Pigat’s Boxcar Campfire and Lynn Miles

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Just when you think Paul Pigat’s music is all lit up like a leaky propane tank in a fireworks factory, Paul Pigat can bring it down to 3:00 a.m. embers as he steps out and opens up his trunk full … Continue reading

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Pacific Theatre: Dark Glass Theatre Productions “Ruined”

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What is justified when survival is on the line? In a small town in the Democratic Republic of Congo there is a bar called Mama Nadi’s. As a vicious civil war drags on young women find their way to Mama’s, and … Continue reading

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Zee Zee theatre: My Funny Valentine

In honour of its 10th anniversary, Zee Zee Theatre proudly presents the remount of its heartrending masterwork My Funny Valentine. Hailed as “exceptionally beautiful” (Vancouver Courier), this three-time Jessie-nominated one-man show was created in response to the tragic 2008 murder of … Continue reading

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Monster Theatre: Who Killed Gertrude Crump?

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Agatha Christie Returns From The Dead To Perform A Puppet Show A one-woman haunted house murder mystery puppet show! Who Killed Gertrude Crump? is a plot-twist-a-minute puppet caper playing presented by the Vancouver International Puppet Festival’s HomeGrown Series. Another sure-fire … Continue reading

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United Players: Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along

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The traditional showbiz musical is turned on its head in this thrilling and compelling Broadway fable about friendship, compromise, and the high price of success. Merrily We Roll Along begins in the present and moves backwards, tracing the lives of wealthy, jaded … Continue reading

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