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 theatre experience for people who have a hard time conforming to traditional theatre etiquette. They are special performances for anyone who may find … Continue reading Relaxed performances bring theatre to all audiences
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 email@example.com. A Chorus Line at Fighting Chance Productions A darkened theatre, a gruelling audition and a ensemble of dancers praying for a job. Multi-award winning A Chorus Line tells the … Continue reading Theatre of the Week: August 20 – 27
Ah, the fringe. Days of theatre, nights of parties, and every sight imaginable all on Granville Island. Those 10 days are probably the busiest the Public Market sees each year. On Thursday, July 27th, the Vancouver Fringe Festival released its long awaited program guide to the Fringe Festival. As any past Fringers know, this is … Continue reading Vancouver Fringe releases program
At its very core, Romeo and Juliet is about teenagers trying to live in a confusing, mixed up world. Who better to portray this story of youthful love than 15 teenagers?