Archive of posts tagged "play"

Vancouver Theatre’s Holiday Line-Up 2010

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Last year I rounded up a list of performances from a wide variety of Vancouver theatre companies. Looking at the updates on Twitter, the flyers in stores and restaurants, and the press releases in my inbox, I’m getting excited about several upcoming productions. I absolutely love a night out at the theatre in Vancouver (no […]

Giving the Gift of Theatre for 2010

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At the beginning of the theatre season in Vancouver I wrote a big directory listing previewing some of the shows that will be taking place around town. With Christmas around the corner, and theatre tickets being a fabulous gift or stocking stuffer, here’s another roundup of productions this winters. Pacific Theatre’s The Lion, The Witch, […]

Biographies of the Dead and Dying at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2009

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Andrew Templeton’s Biographies of the Dead and Dying was my first Fringe Festival show in about 10 years. Taking place at the Havana Theatre on Commercial Drive, tucked behind the Havana Restaurant, the two actors on the minimalist set sure do pack an emotional punch with their powerful performance. Biographies of the Dead and Dying […]

Carousel Theatre's Macbeth on Granville Island

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Earlier this month I previewed a few upcoming events that all ages can enjoy for free throughout the city this summer. I’m excited to add to the list Carousel Theatre’s presentation of Macbeth, which will run on the Performance Works Outdoor Stage on Granville Island form July 31st until August 15th. A haunting tragedy of […]

Review: Palace of the End

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Alexa Devine, Russell Roberts & Laara Sadiq by David Cooper The following was contributed by Miss604.com guest theatre blogger, Megan Stewart It was a hard play to watch. “Not a fun play,” were my thoughts as the lights came up. Yet, there I sat, riveted in my seat, captivated by the suffering of three characters […]

Metamorphoses at the Pacific Theatre

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Earlier this week I conducted an official interview with Michelle Kim regarding the premiere of Metamorphoses in Vancouver. Written by Mary Zimmerman, Metamorphoses includes 10 stories, which are based on The Ovid. It is directed by Christine Willes, who is known for her TV roles on The CW’s Reaper and Showtime’s Dead Like Me. She […]