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Bard on the Beach and UBC Opera: The Barber of Seville

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The Barber of Seville, Rossini’s masterpiece of the comic opera stage, is one of the world’s most popular operas. Presented by Bard on the Beach, performed by the UBC Opera Ensemble and accompanied by members of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra, … Continue reading

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VSO School of Music Instrument Petting Zoo

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Throughout the school year, Early Years students are invited to exclusive free Instrument Petting Zoos for a hands-on experience of the many instruments available to study at the VSO School.  All families with children from toddlers to age 6 are … Continue reading

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Rogue Folk Club: Matthew Byrne

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Born into a family of Newfoundland music makers, Matthew Byrne’s repertoire is heavily influenced by that unique musical lineage – the weaving of a great story with a beautiful melody – and he supports this tradition with powerful vocals, polished … Continue reading

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Opera Mariposa European Opera Gala

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A hit European opera gala is returning to Vancouver this week, kicking off a collaboration between European and Canadian singers that will culminate in a full-scale opera production this fall.  Frankfurt-based sopranos Heidi Muendel and Nancy Hasiuk will team up … Continue reading

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Vancouver Fringe Festival: Just Not That Woman

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Just Not That Woman is an exploration of fact, fiction and magic in the 2016 US election “What is magic?…. A perfect reminder that the world still holds secrets, surprises, shocks.” The 2016 US presidential election was forecast to be … 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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Theatre Under the Stars: Mary Poppins and The Drowsy Chaperone HELD OVER

With weather as perfect as this, you’ll want to add to the pleasure of a summer’s evening by taking in the immensely entertaining, lively, music-filled presentations at Theatre Under the Stars in Stanley Park’s Malkin Bowl. Even better — the … 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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