Archive of posts tagged "arts"

Theatre Thursday: Pacific Theatre

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I am proud to once again be the Social Media Sponsor of the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (the Jessies) and as such, I will be featuring a local theatre company every Thursday. The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards are an annual awards ceremony and party produced by the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award Society to celebrate and […]

Bard on the Beach 2013 Season: Twelfth Night, Hamlet, Measure for Measure, Elizabeth Rex

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Summer in Vancouver means warm strolls at sunset on the sea wall, fireworks in the sky, and Bard on the Beach. The annual festival under the iconic red and white tents at Vanier Park has recently released their 2013 season line-up and tickets will go on sale Monday, April 8th. This is the 24th season […]

Vancouver Bach Choir Presents Phantom of the Opera

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Vancouver Bach Choir presents Phantom of the Opera for one show only on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at 8:00pm at The Orpheum. This specially commissioned work from Canadian composer Andrew Downing was created to underscore and enrich the legendary silent film of the same name. The choir and a hand-picked chamber ensemble will perform the […]

Les Miserables Vancouver Pre-Sale

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Broadway Across Canada recently announced its 2013/2014 line-up of musical theatre productions that they’re bringing to Vancouver over the next year including Les Miserables June 12th to June 23rd, 2013. Photo credit: Deen van Meer. “One Day More” The Company of the New 25th Anniversary of Les Miserables. Cameron Mackintosh presents a brand new 25th […]

Vancouver International Dance Festival: Kokoro Dance

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Last night, at the Roundhouse Performance Centre, as part of the Vancouver International Dance Festival, Vancouver-based acclaimed choreographer and dancer Barbara Bourget (of Kokoro Dance) performed a very personal, transcendent expression of not just her fifty year creative life in dance, but also of life itself, called A Simple Way. Photo credit: Peter Eastwood Accompanied […]