The play starts with a group of actors clumped together, acknowledging the land and thanking sponsors. The most intriguing pre-show speech I’ve ever seen. Then, they ask the audience to stand up […]
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Next week, Shameless Hussy Productions and Templeton Secondary School team up to put on Girls Like That by Evan Placey. Loosely based on the Amanda Todd incident, Girls Like That is about […]
Warren Kimmel and Arinea Hermans. Photography by Emily Cooper A Little Night Music by Patrick Street Productions is a captivating look into the chaos of love, and why we let ourselves form relationships […]
Contemporary theatre so often preaches the dangers of social media, telling us to put away our phones and connect face to face. It’s something we’ve all heard before, and it gets old […]
Single Again is a night of solo sets from some of Canada’s best improvisers.
As I sat in the Waterfront Theatre watching Teaching Shakespeare I couldn’t help but wonder how many of the audience members around me were giant Shakespeare nerds like me. The play, a solo show […]
Next week, as the Fringe Festival comes to a close and Vancouver ends its annual trip into risqué, new theatre, Pacific Theatre opens their 2017/18 season. Pacific Theatre is known for producing […]
First Impressions Theatre in Deep Cove presents a play about Judy Garland with original music by Peter Quilter.
After the success of their acclaimed production of Angels in America Part 1: The Millenium Approaches earlier this year, The Arts Club Theatre Company returns on September 7th with the second part of the […]
What happens when a pastor gets up in front of his church and announces a drastic change in doctrine? This is the central question of the first play in Pacific Theatre’s 2017-2018 […]
Tonight, at the Firehall Arts Centre, Good Egg opens with lead actor Brooke Walker limping her way through the blocking, after having broken her toe recently. Theatre is a live event, where anything can […]
Relaxed Performances (sometimes called “Sensory-friendly performances”) have been tested on Broadway, at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in the West End, and in local theatres around the world. The point? To provide a […]
Here are our top picks for this week on Vancouver stages! Do you know of a play that should be featured? Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. A Chorus Line at Fighting […]
This classic Shakespeare play, though one of the less commonly produced in his canon, is one of the loveliest lyrical masterpieces of Shakespeare’s time. With delightful verse, a silly and charming plot, and plenty of laughs, Love’s Labour’s Lost should be seen on stages constantly.
A young woman is driven to the unthinkable by her desperate desire to have a child in Simon Stone’s radical production of Lorca’s achingly powerful masterpiece.